Ron Borges Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Talk of Fame Network

Ron Borges
Ron Borges

Ron Borges Biography

Ron Borges works for the Talk of Fame Network as a writer and editor in Watertown, Massachusetts. He worked for The Boston Globe, the Boston Herald as a writer before. Borges works for The Sweet Science, a boxing website as a writer, and he also worked.

 At HBO.com’s Boxing website as a regular contributor until 2008. And at 890 ESPN radio, on The Mike Felger Show, as a regular guest in addition,

Ron Borges Age

Borges was born in the United States.  He has not shared his exact year of birth and date however. He is around 70 years old

Ron Borges Height

Borges stands at a modarate 5 ft 8 in/1.75 m tall.

Ron Borges Family

Borges has not shared details about his parents and siblings with the limelight.

Ron Borges Wife

Borges hasn’t shared any information about his love life to the public. Hence, its not not wether he is married, dervoced, or single.

Ron Borges Education

In 1974 Borges earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English and American Literature from Brandies.

Ron Borges Salary

Borges annually earns a salary of $84,567, according to  Talk of Fame Network writer’s salaries.

Ron Borges Net Worth

Borges earns an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Ron Borges Career

Borges works for the Talk of Fame Network as a writer and editor in Watertown, Massachusetts. He worked for The Boston Globe, the Boston Herald as a writer before.  Borges works for The Sweet Science, a boxing website as a writer in addition.

Also, he worked at HBO.com’s Boxing website as a regular contributor until 2008. And at 890 ESPN radio, on The Mike Felger Show, as a regular guest. On May 18, 2007, Borges announced his retirement from the Globe. 

Less than two weeks after returning from his 2-month suspension for plagiarism. In October 2008, He then partook in his responsibility as a Boston sportswriter, with the Boston Herald. Borges was driven off not long after he had been suspended due to widespread layoffs.

 Undertaken by the Herald’s new owners, DigitalFirst, in 2018. Since 1999, He won five times The National Association of Sportswriters and Sports Broadcasters. And Borges was titled Massachusetts Sportswriter of the Year. 

In the Associated Press Sports Editors’ annual competition. He earned half dozen writing awards and also earned overall awards and most first prizes. In the annual competition of the Professional Boxing Writers Association.

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