Robert Flores Biography
Robert Flores is a sports journalist, who works for MLB Network and NHL Network as a studio host for each. Flores fills in for Hot stove on MLB Network. He formerly worked at ESPN. Joining the network in 2005, Flores was an anchor for ESPNEWS and for ESPN’s SportsCenter from 2007 to 2016.
He provided studio updates during each game of ABC College Football and Saturday Night Football. Flores also served as a substitute studio host for ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights. He hosted the live afternoon edition of SportsCenter from noon – 3 p.m. with Chris McKendry until early September 2009, when Flores was replaced with John Buccigross. He was also a substitute host for Baseball Tonight.
On February 4, 2016, Flores announced that he would be leaving ESPN after ten years. He is a native of Houston, Texas. He attended J. Frank Dobie High School in Houston and is in the JFD Hall of Fame.
Flores graduated in 1992 from the University of Houston with a B.A. in Radio/Television. A noted fan of professional wrestling, Flores is also the proud owner of a prized Louisville Slugger Ric Flair model bat, autographed by Flair himself.
Robert Flores Education
Flores is a gruduate of University of Houston.
Robert Flores Age
Robert Flores was born on July 7, 1970. He is 48 years old as of 2018.Robert Flores Photo
Robert Flores Net Worth
Flores has a net worth of $2 million dollars.
Robert Flores Notable Incidents
Flores was co-anchoring ESPNEWS in 2006 with Danyelle Sargent when she made her now infamous statement “What the fuck was that,” due to technical difficulties. Flores was once fired for muttering the same curse word on-air in 2004 when he worked for KEYE in Austin, Texas on a taped segment that was not intended for air.
He made a comment in March 2015 on SportsCenter that Iggy Azalea is “killing hip-hop” leading to numerous verbal jabs between him and Azalea’s then boyfriend NBA shooting guard Nick Young.