Scott Stanford Biography
Scott Stanford is an American news/sports anchor and commentator who is currently the main sports anchor at WPIX-11 in New York as well as a Studio Host for World Wrestling Entertainment. Scott was recently the co-host together with Sukanya Krishnan on the WPIX11 Morning Show.
Along with Tamsen Fadal, Stanford was co-anchor of WPIX-TV in New York City’s weeknight 5pm and 10pm newscasts until July 2014. He is also a host for This Week in WWE and Afterburn on the WWE Network. He is also a 7 Time Emmy Award winner in New York City.
Scott Stanford Age
Scott Stanford was born on 30 August 1966 in Haverstraw, New York, United States. He is 52 years old as of 2019.
Scott Stanford Wife
Stanford is a married man and has remained faithful ever since his wife entered into the life. Though he mentions a wife in numerous tweets, he is still reluctant to share her name.
Scott Stanford Sports Anchor (2002-2008, 2009-2013, 2014–present)
Stanford received the 2002 and 2003 “AIR Award,” at WCBS Newsradio 880, which recognized him as the best radio sports anchor in the New York City market. He is also six-time New York Emmy Award-winning sportscaster for “On-Camera Achievement.” Stanford also began working for WNYW-TV, where he was the post-game reporter for the New York Yankees baseball team, together with hosting/reporting duties for the New York Giants Football pre-game kickoff shows.
His “Know Your Foe” Giants quiz segment has also received an award from the Associated Press. He also acts as a play-by-play announcer for college basketball and arena football. Stanford left WNBC-TV to start as weekday 5PM and 10PM anchor on WPIX-TV, but in July 2014, was later given a reassigned role becoming WPIX’s lead sports anchor. Stanford is also the host of the PIX11 Sports Desk, a nightly sports wrap up show on PIX11 at 10:45. Stanford is also the main host for NY Yankees Pre Game shows when the Yankees air on PIX11.
Scott Stanford WWE
In 2009, Stanford debuted in WWE replacing Jack Korpela as the host of WWE Bottom Line. He became the new play-by-play commentator for WWE Superstars in October 2010, replacing Michael Cole. Stanford called his first episode on the October 7 episode of Superstars with Jerry Lawler. This team was short-lived, however, as in mid-November CM Punk injured wrestler, who had started commentating on Raw, replaced Lawler on Superstars.
At the end of December, Punk left the commentary team after assaulting John Cena on Raw and SmackDown with a chair. Josh Mathews joined Stanford as the color commentator starting on the December 31 episode of Superstars. Additionally to his commentary duties, Stanford hosts the PPV Preshow every month, together with Tony Dawson. He also makes appearances in Zack Ryder’s weekly Z! True Long Island Story YouTube series.
On the show, he revealed that he was the man who attacked Chiappetta, Ryder’s best friend, becoming a heel in the process. This was later proven false as it was his exact look-alike, Rot (wearing a “#Heel” Jacket), who performed the ambush. Stanford was the host of the Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live pre-shows on the WWE Network until November 2016 as well as the host of This Week in WWE.