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I graduated from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in December 2012. I obtained my major in Journalism and Mass Communications with a concentration in electronic journalism. I have an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts from City University of New York, Borough of Manhattan Community College.
I was born and raised in the Bronx, New York on October 5, 1986. Born in a family of sports fans dating back to my great-grand mother, an avid Yankee fan who saw Babe Ruth in 1922, it was only natural that I followed suit. Throughout my life, I have always been involved in sports. I've been such a sport aficionado that at age five I was able to say “Dikembe Mutombo” correctly as well as knowing his position and the NBA team (Denver Nuggets at the time) he played on. I started playing baseball when I was six and made it on a traveling team in Division-A Baseball. I also played basketball and football as a kid and still continue perfecting my games.
I also appear on Talking WWE With Jay on Tuesdays and Thursdays (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/talkingwwewithjay).
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Hi mate. Just need you to do me a favor here. When WWE described Jeff Hardy as "one of the most popular WWE Champions in history" in their bio of him on his Alumni page, did they mean he was one of the most popular guys when he WWE Champion, or just one of the most popular guys overall? And what does 'WWE Champions' mean here; a WWE Champion (like John Cena is now) or any Champion in WWE (i.e IC or US or tag-team). Thanks in advance, Sebastian!
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No prob man. Anything with AJ is great ;)
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No problem. It was a good read :)
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Thanks for the article.