Max Bretos Biography
Max Bretos is a popular American sports reporter. Currently, he is the voice for soccer on the ESPN networks. He has worked as a lead anchor for MLS Cup since 2010 and appeared on ESPN’s Euro 2012 coverage. Prior to moving to ESPN, he also worked for Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Sports World for more than a decade.
Max Bretos Age
He was born in 1973, and this makes his age 48 years as of 2021. Unfortunately, his star sign is not Known.
Max Bretos Wife
He is married to an Asian Woman. He revealed that he had married an Asian on Twitter as he tried to defend by using the phrase ‘Chink in the armor’ while talking about an Asian baseball player, Jeremy Lin.
Max was suspended and severely criticized for using the phrase. Later but he took Twitter to defend himself. He wrote in the post that his wife is Asian and he wouldn’t do anything voluntarily to disrespect the community.
Unfortunately, he hasn’t disclosed any further information including her name and marriage details in public. Some sources have also reported that the reporter had a child in the family and got married after dating his girlfriend turned wife for a long time.
It is known that he started to work for Fox Soccer Channel back in 1998. He worked for this former television channel for many years. He ended his time in this soccer-specialized American channel in 2010. At the end of his career where he was the longest-running sports presenter of Fox Entertainment Group. He made himself recognizable thanks to his repeated catchphrase, Schelotto, yeah!.
While he was working for 21st Century Fox he also worked for Sky Sports, a pay-TV sports channel based in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
He shifted to the United Kingdom to work for them. He lived across the sea from his home for three years starting in 2003. Then, the following year, he went to work for World Wrestling Entertainment, Incorporated. Moving back to the United States of America to do so.
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After his time at the Fox Soccer Channel, he went to work for ESPN. He worked there covering college basketball matches, among other duties. Among them hosting a Mixed Martial Arts Live, College Football Live and Outside the Line. His most important job was being the anchorman for Sportscenter.
He began his work there in January of 2010. In 2010, he covered the Major League Soccer Cup as ESPN’s major anchorman. Two years later, he was placed in charge of reporting for the ESPN cover of the European Championship in 2012.
The following year that he Co-hosted One Nacion, an ESPN Hispanic special program. He also interviewed Yasiel Puig, the right fielder of Los Angeles Dodgers, that same year.
Max Bretos Lafc
He was hired as LAFC play-by-play announcer on February 15, 2018. He was officially named as the team’s lead broadcaster and head of content.
His main role is to announce LAFC games on the expansion team’s YouTube TV channel, the exclusive home of English-language local broadcasts. Additionally, he would also serve as host and director of original LAFC programming, including pregame and postgame shows on the LAFC YouTube TV channel.
Max Bretos Net Worth
Max Bretos has been earning a fortune amount of salary. His total career salary has boosted his net worth. As of now, he has not revealed his salary and net worth among his fans and is under review. Otherwise, due to his experience in his field, it is expected that he has a seven-figure net worth.