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Jay Glazer


Jay Glazer (born December 26, 1969) is an American senior writer for FoxSports.com and has been the NFL Insider for NFL on Fox since 2004. He is also a business partner with Randy Couture in MMAthletics based in Las Vegas, Nevada at Xtreme Couture Training Center. Glazer trains NFL players in Mixed Martial Arts at their Los Angeles location during the off-season[1] [2] Jay hosts UFC shows for FOX Sports and Fuel TV, including weigh-ins and pre/post coverage.

Glazer began his sports career as a reporter at the New York Post in New York City. He worked his way up within the Post organization by developing access to players and agents. He also wrote articles for the Giants Newsweekly produced by longtime New York Giants correspondent Dave Klein. Among his first sources were NFL agent Jimmy Sexton's New York representative, Peter Flach. Through Flach he became friendly with NY Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn and NY Jets cornerback Aaron Glenn. Through Sehorn he became close with current Fox analyst and former NY Giant, Michael Strahan. His unconventional style and his commitment earned him the trust of some New York-based players and executives within the league.

Acting appearances

Various subway commercials

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • http://www.mmaathletics.tv/
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