Can we talk? Seriously, can we hold a mature, adult conversation today? There are things going on in the sports world that we need to discuss, but we can only do it if we agree up front to be mature about it. Maybe you've heard about Karrine Steffans, the controversial best-selling author?
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The 15 Hottest Babes Of ESPN | TheRichest
If one were to think of what the average American male's two favorite things are, the answer would not be hard to figure out. The average guy loves sports and women more than anything else. Pretty much every true dude loves sports, especially kicking back and watching them on TV. Come to think of it, is there a better way to keep guys entertained while watching sports on TV?
All the Powerful Women Athletes Who Stripped Down for ESPN’s Body Issue
Like every other profession, women are proving to be a tough competition for men in journalism also. ESPN the greatest channel of sports journalism has many attractive female anchors, analysts, contributors and reporters. It is always said that the sports reporters are valued more for their beauty more than their talents. But many reporters have managed to prove a perfect combination of beauty with brains. Below are the top 10 most beautiful, hottest and famous ESPN reporters in
ESPN has been the worldwide leader in sports for decades now. Whether or not you agree with the politics of a lot of its left-leaning hosts or reporters or its few right-leaning personalities , you have to acknowledge the network's ability to produce both quality television and talented personalities. The network employs hundreds of individuals who make a living in front of the camera, not to mention the thousands who work behind the scenes, but for this article, we're only interested in the beautiful women who grace our screens during football, baseball, basketball, and hockey games - or tennis, golf, NASCAR, and heck, even bowling and other fringe sports. We're sure ESPN looks for talented individuals regardless of gender or looks, but make no mistake, a beautiful blonde is going to get the job of sideline reporter over someone who isn't quite as beautiful by traditional standards. Is that an unfair practice?