In season 4 episode 31, the season finale of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the four recipients of the 2019 Protect Your Skull National Players of the Year. In HBCU News, North Carolina A&T men's basketball coach Jay Joyner is suspended indefinitely. In boxing, Gervonta Davis defeats Yuriorkis Gamboa with a 12th round TKO, the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury rematch is set, Antonio Brown worked out for the New Orleans Saints, a sports reporter was killed in a Louisiana plane crash. The College football National Championship game is set between Clemson and LSU, the NFL regular season is complete and the playoff are set. The Patriots owner Robert Kraft reportedly may face felony charges, the NFL announced its 100th Anniversary All-Time Team. The weekly rant is aimed at the woman who wrote Lamar Jackson a letter criticizing his gifts to his offensive line. Tune in to get your fix!!
In season 4 episode 30 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the North Carolina A&T University Aggies for winning their third straight Celebration Bowl, and former South Carolina State University star Darius Leonard for making his first Pro Bowl. Loud talking MAGA supporting UFC fighter Covington gets jaw broken by Nigerian opponent Usman. The New England Patriots get caught filming the Cincinnati Bengals sideline, Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles is retiring. In our Life After Sports segment Joseph interviews Sports Photographer Keith Turner. Joseph updates us on the college football bowl games winner, NFL week 16 winners and the latest NBA scores. The weekly rant is aimed at high school basketball player who said he didn't know he was 29 years old. Tune in to get your fix!!
In season 4 episode 29 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the four finalists for the Black College Football Player of the Year Award. Boxer Terence Crawford defends his WBO title against Egidijus Kavaliauskas, Antonio Brown says no white women in 2020, cornerback Janoris Jenkins is cut from the New York Giants, and Joseph discusses who will win the NFL MVP. Joe Burrow is the 2019 Heisman Trophy winner, Joseph discusses the winners of the 2019 College Football Awards. The latest NBA standings are discussed along with the winners from week 15 of the NFL season. The Military is investigating possible whit power signs being flashed by students in ESPN's Army-Navy telecast, a San Francisco 49ers announcer was suspended one game for making disparaging dark skin remarks about Lamar Jackson. The weekly rant is aimed at the bank employee who allegedly denied service to former NFL player because he was big and black. Tune in to get your fix!!!
In season 4 episode 28 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Coach Buddy Pugh of South Carolina State for being named the MEAC coach of the year. Former NFL star Warrick Dunn is named Sports Illustrated's Muhammad Ali legacy award recipient, Anthony Joshua defeats Andy Ruiz to regain his heavyweight titles, Florida State University has hired former head coach of Memphis University Mike Norvell as the new football coach, a black high school head football coach says opposing white fans spit at and spewed racial slurs at his payers during confrontation. Joseph updates us on the winners and losers of Championship Saturday of the college football season. He also updates us on the winners from week 14 of the NFL season. Russian athletes are banned from participating in international sports representing Russia because of anti-doping issues. The weekly rant is aimed at the people who signed a petition to try to get the NFL to replace Michael Vick as a Pro Bowl captain. Tune in to get your fix!!!
In season 4 episode 27 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Tennessee State wide receiver who had a record breaking year. In HBCU news, a basketball player from the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff's women's basketball team was shot and killed. Joseph introduces you to the blind athlete Adonis Wyatt who is earning his wins, former NFL player Tyrell Pryor was stabbed by his girlfriend, San Francisco 49ERS Richard Sherman paid off a school lunch debt. Joseph covers the winners and losers of week 14 in college football and week 13 of the NFL. Former hockey commentator Don Cherry was fired for criticizing Canadian immigrants on Hockey Night in Canada, Jacksonville police raid the home of former Jags linebacker Telvin Smith. The weekly rant is aimed at the Clippers Patrick Patterson and an Instagram user for a back and forth that led to Patterson calling a black woman a bulldog. Tune in to get your fix!!!!
In season 4 episode 26 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Virginia Union's women's basketball star Shareka McNeill for her 50 point game and averaging 44 points a game. Joseph gives the build-up and fall-out from the Miles Garrett Mason Rudolph incident. Is Colin Kaepernick getting an NFL job? 5 fools were charged in a shooting at a New Jersey high school football game. Carmello Anthony is now a Portland Trailblazer. Joseph gives us an update from the winners and losers of week 13 of college football and week 12 of the NFL. Deontay Wilder knocks out Luis Ortiz for the second time. The weekly is aimed at the Miami Heat's Dion Waiters for passing and and possibly having a seizure on the team plane, after he ate weed infused gummies. Tune in to get your fix!!!
In season 4 episode 25 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on Jordan Jefferson a football player at Jackson State University is a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship. Florida State University decided to fire head coach Willie Taggart last Sunday. NFL Hall of Famer Chris Carter was fired by FS1 for allegedly arguing with an executive about a spot on Thursday night football lineup. Antonio Brown keeps threatening to quit the NFL before his scheduled meeting with the league. Stephen A Smith get a new mega deal from ESPN worth near 8 million a year. Joseph brings us up to date on the winners and losers from week 11 of the college football season, week 10 of the NFL season and the early NBA season. The weekly rant is aimed at former Cleveland Browns safety Jermaine Whitehead for his Twitter rant offering ass whippings and threatening to shoot people. Tune i to get your fix!!!
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In season 4 episode 24 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Robert Mathis, Ben Coates, Donald Driver and more for being named as finalists for the 2020 Black College Football Hall of Fame. Joseph is joined by two guest host Cam and Mike from the Nothing Above The Moon Podcast. In HBCU news, Florida A&M University is cutting two sports to help its ailing athletics budget. Will Bernard Hopkins and Roy Jones Jr, fight again? Is Steph Curry a basket ball Hall of Famer? Michael Jordan opens two clinics in Charlotte to help underserved communities, the NCAA Votes to unanimously to allow athletes to profit off of their image, name and likeness, a black Oregon high school football coach disarms a student with gun on campus who wanted to attempt suicide. The Washington Nationals are the winners of the 2019 Major League Baseball World Series. Joseph, Cam and Mike talk about college football, the 2019 NBA season, and week 8 of the NFL season. The MLB is has an umpire who tweeted that he would buy an AR-15 for a civil war if Donald Trump is fired. The Weekly rant is aimed at a high school football coaching staff and star player because their season has been canceled, after player suits up with different number to play in the game he was suspended from. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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In Season 4 Episode 23 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the Fort Valley State University football team for running through Central State University. Biological women athletes are taking a stand after transgender athletes dominate track and other women's sports. Oakland is getting an Indoor Football League team which will be partially owned by Marshawn Lynch, LeBron James is at odds with the Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey for Morey's Tweets in support of the Hong Kong protesters, NFL corner back Jalen Ramsey is traded to the LA Rams, a high school football coach in Florida faces suspension for helping student-athlete who had no place to go, boxer Patrick Day dies four days after tenth round knockout and severe head injury. The World Series is set after the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros are the last two teams standing. Joseph gives an update on the winners and losers of week 8 in college football and week 7 of the NFL season. UFC fighter Conner McGregor accused of sexual assault for the second time in 12 months. The weekly rant is aimed at former NFL linemen Justin Bannan for being arrested for attempted murder and robbery. Tune in to get your fix!!!
In season 4 episode 22 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the Norfolk State University football team, and their quarterback Pootie Carter. Simone Biles wins her 25th gold medal, Coco Gauf wins the Linz Open in Australia, Shelly Ann Fraiser Price wins her 4th gold medal in 100m, Eliud Kipchoge breaks two hour marathon barrier. The NL and AL Serises's have started in Major League Baseball, Joseph updates you on the winners and losers of week 7 in college football, and week 6 in the NFL. The Washington Mystics are the 2019 WNBA Champions. L.A. Sparks general manager Penny Toler was fired for using the n-word in a profane laced speech, boxer Errol Spence was in a bad car crash. The weekly rant is aimed at racist Penn State Alumni who wrote a letter to a black player urging him to cut his locks. Click the tune in!!
In season 4 episode 21 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Florida A&M University's quarterback Ryan Stanley for lifting FAMU to clutch win over NCCU for homecoming. In HBCU news, the Virginia State University marching band is on suspension during a hazing investigation, Caylin Newton, along with three other re transferring from Howard. Shaq and Dame Lillard are engaged in a Rap battle, and Joseph is excited about it. USA wrestler Tamyra Mensah-Stock wins her first wrestling title, Gennadiy Golovkin gets a close win in his boxing over Sergiy Derevyanchenko, track legend Allyson Felix breaks Usain Bolt's medal record, Jay Gruden gets fired as Redskins head coach. The Major League Baseball playoffs have started and Joseph updates you on the winners and losers, the 2019 NHL season has started, Joseph updates you on the winners of week 6 of college football and week 5 of the NFL season, the WBNA finals are in game four with the Washington Mystics up 2-1 in the series. The weekly rant is aimed at the person who sucker punched the trainer of Clarissa Shields' opponent Ivana Habazin, causing the fight to be canceled. Also Joseph rants about the athletic director of The University of Kansas for having to apologize for the performance by Snoop Dogg. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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In season 4 episode 20 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on division II Kentucky States' Football team for earning a historic win. Errol Spence defeated Shawn Porter to win the WBC title, Joseph gives his thoughts on the recent State of the Black Quarterback show. Former NBA and Big 3 player Andre Emmitt was killed recently in Dallas, Texas, the New Orleans Pelicans hire 2019 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Teresa Witherspoon, Baker Mayfield s beefing with Rex Ryan over comments. The MLB playoffs are here and Joseph brings you up to speed on who's in, Joseph updates you on the winners and losers from week 5 of college football and week 4 of the NFL. Florida high school football player brain dead after collapsing from rare condition. The weekly rant is aimed at Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontez Burfect for unnecessary helmet to helmet during Sunday's game.
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In season 4 episode 19 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on the FAMU Lady Rattler tennis team for winning the 2019 HBCU Fall Tournament Championship. Joseph invited a guest host on Th Fix, his homie Doc Love to talk sports on this episode. Joe and Doc discussed Tim Tebow not thinking NCAA players should be able to profit off of their names and likenesses, the controversy surrounding Jay-Z and the NFL giving money to the Crushers club, Tyson Fury continuing his winning streak in the ring. How can we get black collegiate athletes to attend HBCU’s? Ex-NFL star Calvin Johnson says he smoked weed after every game to avoid the opioids. Joseph gave a rundown of the results of week 4 of the college football season and week 3 of the NFL season. Joe Johnson signs a one year deal with the Detroit Pistons after dominating the Big 3. An Alaskan High School swimmer was disqualified over school issued swim suit issue. The weekly rant is aimed at a former NFL player that faked a hate crime to collect insurance money, Antonio Brown is cut from the Patriots for contacting his accuser and allegedly threatening her. Tune in to get your fix!!
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In season 4 episode 18 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on Kentucky State for wining their first game sine 2017 over a FCS opponent in season opener. In the Life After Sports segment, Joseph interviewed former college football player and now Police Officer Justin Hill. Joseph goes into the Antonio Brown Saga and gives his opinion on the situation, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot gets a $90 million contract extension, the lass of 2019 was officially enshrined into the basketball hall of fame, the US Open has come to a close and Joseph updates you on the men's and women's champions. College Football week 2 is wrapped up and Joseph talks about the winners and losers. The WNBA is on a roll, the winners and losers from this past week are discussed, former NFL player turned neurosurgeon Myron Rolle lands a residency at Harvard. The weekly rant is aimed at the head coach of the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith, Jim Boone. Boone in under investigation because of his comments towards former player Tyler Williams about his hair. Tune in to get your fix!!!!
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In Season 4 Episode 17 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the Hampton Pirates football team, for their dominating week one victory 65-7. Sports analyst Doug Godleib, joined by other haters question former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s decision to retire, Retired NFL fullback Le’Ron McClain pleads for mental health help on Twitter, Former Chiefs Running back Larry Johnson says the NFL/NBA have an agenda to effeminize men, boxer Vasiliy Lomachenko adds another belt with dominate win over Luther Campbell. Joseph updates you on the 2019 Tennis US Open and the 2019 FIBA World Championships. The 2019 college football season has started and Joseph will tell you all about it. The 3 year of The Big 3 came to a close on Sunday with the Triplets winning the 2019 championship. Former Michigan State basketball player Mateen Cleaves was acquitted of sexual assault. The weekly rant is aimed at DeMarcus Cousins, he has an arrest warrant after threatening the mother of his child. Tune n to get your fix!!!
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In season 4 episode 16 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Southern University's star goalie Chioma Eriken who has had a stellar career and given All-MEAC preseason honors. Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck announced his retirement from the NFL on Saturday, the 2019 college football season started with a rivalry game between the University of Florida and the Miami Hurricanes, Joseph gives an update on the drama between Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown over the new helmet rule, Joseph also gives information about traumatic brain injures and CTE for the Freedom Train Network's mental health awareness month, the NFL has released it all-time starting offensive and defensive roster; Joseph doesn't agree with the list totally and gives his input. The weekly rant warm-up includes Joseph giving more information and opinion about the partnership with Jay-Z and the NFL, Jermaine Dupri clearing the air about his conversation with Jay-Z about the NFL, and Fox Sports talk show host Marcellus Wiley saying Colin Kaepernick is not black enough to fight for black people. The Weekly Rant is aimed at Russian Tango Dancer Kirill Parshakov for punching his partner/wife in the face because they didn't do well in the competition. Tune in to get your fix!!!!
In episode 15 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on former University of Auburn offensive tackle Calvin Ashley for transferring to FAMU. In a controversial move, Jay-Z Partners with the NFL, Rich Paul Responds to the “Rich Paul Rule” then the NCAA Amends the “Rich Paul Rule”, former NBA player Sebastian Telfair is sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for a gun charge, Joseph announces the USA FIBA team. In local Tallahassee sports news, former Florida State University great Leroy Smith the former head coach of the Jefferson County football team was abruptly fired, and Houston Rockets GM said James Harden is a better Scorer than Michael Jordan. In the weekly rant, Joseph aims his rage at the ignorant police officers who arrested Georgia State QB because the cops said the bird doo doo on the hood of his car was powered cocaine.
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In episode 14 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on former University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Punter Jamie Gillian makes his NFL debut with Browns. Former WNBA player Niele Ivey is hired by the Memphis Grizzlies as an assistant coach, NFL running back Adrian Peterson is in financial debt. In our Life After Sports segment, Joseph had the privilidge of interviewing Dr. Albert Chester II. Dr. Chester is a former quarterback from Florida A&M University, he is now the owner of New Town Pharmacy, the founder of The Capstone Institute, and is running for U.S. Representative, District 5 in the upcoming 2020 elections. Joseph also gave his opinion about the NBA All-Decade team for the 2010's, He gives a synopsis of the 'Brian Banks Film', FIBA basketball Player DJ Cooper is suspended from playing basketball because he failed a drug test that revealed he was pregnant. The Weekly rant is aimed at the NCAA for creating the "Rich Paul Rule", a rule which makes it harder for sports agents to help basketball players. Tune in to get your fix!!!
Dr. Albert Chester's Bio:
Dr. Albert Chester II is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and graduate of Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Chester was the quarterback for the Rattlers in which he received numerous conference honors. Upon graduating with his PharmD degree, he has served in numerous pharmacist roles and in a variety of pharmacy settings. In 2017, he opened The Capstone Institute, a post secondary career training school which focuses on training students to become pharmacy technicians. The Capstone Institute has been featured on MSNBC, The Huffington Post, and numerous news outlets. In less than two years, The Capstone Institute has trained over 40 students and received The Best Pharmacy Technician Program in 2017 by Florida.com. In 2018, Dr. Chester opened New Town Pharmacy, an independently owned community/retail pharmacy located on 3416 Moncrief Road. New Town Pharmacy provides a patient centered service, catering to all the healthcare needs of the individual ranging from free medication consultations, free immunizations, and free medication delivery. Dr. Chester participates in multiple community activities and sits on a variety of boards ranging from the YMCA to The American Heart Association Health Equity Committee. His deep desire to serve his community and the state of Florida, has led him to run for U.S. Representative, District 5 in the upcoming 2020 elections. Dr. Albert Chester is a dedicated husband and father of two sons.
In season 4 episode 13 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on three North Carolina A&T State University sprinters who are headed to the 2019 Track World Championships. In HBCU news, it turns out the former Florida State University quarterback Deondre Francois will be playing quarterback for Hampton in the fall. Simone Biles wins another metal at the 2019 US Classic, Simone Manuel becomes first American woman to sweep 50 and 100 freestyle at the worlds swimming competition, the 2019 NFL Hall of Fame class was enshrined on Saturday, the NFL Top 100 is complete and Aaron Donald is ranked #1, Portland Trailblazers' CJ McCullum gets a 100 million extension, and Should Carmello Anthony have another chance to play in the NBA? Also, every August is Mental Health Awareness month for the Freedom Train Network. The Cleveland Browns’ Chris Hubbard hopes to tackle the negative stigma around mental health. The Dallas Cowboys and running back Ezekiel Elliott are at odds with a contract dispute that has led to Elliott holding out. Former Michigan State University President Lou-Anna Simon is retiring on August 31st after being caught lying in the Larry Nassar sexual assault case. The Monday Rant is aimed at Jason Whitlock and Skip Bayless. Whitlock took it upon himself to tell LeBron James to "sit your ass down" after seeing LeBron participate in his son's basketball teams layup line. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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In season 4 episode 12 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on Jackson State's SGA President Jordan Jefferson for his excellence on and off the football field. In HBCU news, rumor has it that former FSU QB Deondre Francois headed to an HBCU, but some sources are saying it is not true. Also in HBCU news, Doug Williams Drive was unveiled on Grambling’s campus to honor their football legend. A black woman named Khalia Collier is the owner and general manager of the St. Louis Surge, Gervanta Davis defeats Ricardo Nunez with a 2nd round TKO, Boxer Maxim Dadashev suffered brain injury in boxing match and died as a result, Joseph recaps the 2019 WNBA All-Star weekend, Major League Baseball unveiled their 2019 Hall of Fame class, and Joseph summarizes the NFL's top 100 list numbers 100-41. The NBA is investigating if salary cap violations occurred during 2019 free agency, and Steve Kerr doesn’t want NBA players to be able to force a trade. In the Monday rant, Ex-Southern band director pocketed nearly $300,000 and filed false invoices. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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In season 4 episode 11 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on a number of former HBCU football players currently playing in the Canadian Football League. Manny Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman in a split decision on Saturday night. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will not be criminally charged or suspended by the NFL for the alleged child abuse his son suffered. Police and NFL state that they feel a crime was committed but did have any evidence to determine who hurt the child. Boxing legend Pernell Whitaker was hit by car and dies as a result of his injuries at the age of 55. Joseph discusses the 2019 Wimbledon men's and women's champions, Joseph gives his take on the Chris Paul Russell Westbrook trade and reveals the winners from the 2019 ESPY Awards. Former NBA players Josh Childress, Zach Randolph and Al Harrington invest in ownership of Australia's National Basketball League’s South East Melbourne Phoenix team, and LaMello Ball signs with an Australian NBL team to prep for the NBA. In the Weekly rant Joseph gives the business to New Orleans Saints rookie Carl Granderson, for being sentenced to immediate jail time in a sexual battery case. Tune in to get your fix!!
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In season 4 episode 10 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Shaw University's Amir Hinton for signing a free agent contract with the New York Knicks. In HCBU news, Dr. Kiki Baker Barnes is named the new President of the NAIA-ADA. More moves have been made in the 2019 NBA free agency period; Kwahi Leonard signs with the Clippers and Paul George will be joining him. The USA Women's Soccer team has won the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. 15 year old tennis phenom, Coco Gauff defeats Venus Williams at Wimbledon and continues to win, the University of Virginia are the winners of the 2019 College World Series, and Joseph gives us a rundown of the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star team rosters. In sad baseball news, Anaheim Angels pitcher Tyler Skagga died on Monday. The WNBA season is in full swing and Joseph updates us on scores and standings, and the Big 3 is in week 3 of their 2019 season. The weekly rant is aimed at ex-NBA start Chuck Person is facing two years in prison for his role in the NCAA basketball scandal. Person's lawyer says he was involved in the scandal because he was broke and made a lot of bad financial decisions. Tune in to get your fix!!!
In season 4 episode 9 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight once again on North Carolina A&T State University's Kayla White. White is nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award for her dominance in track & field. In HBCU news, former North Carolina A&T women’s basketball player accuses coaches of ignoring sexual assault claims, accuses coaches of verbal abuse. NBA free agency is underway and big moves have already been made; Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant have signed with the Brooklyn Nets. The 2019 NBA Awards happened on Monday June 24th where Giannis Antetokounmpo is named the NBA MVP, the Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins helps feed over 400 underprivileged children, Joseph gives an update of the first two weeks of the 2019 Big 3 season, Rapper TI and friends allegedly jumped Floyd Mayweather’s DJ, and Toronto Raptors President Masai Uijiri is accused of assaulting a police officer, the problem is evidence isn't supporting the police's claims. The weekly rant is aimed at the NCAA; California lawmakers filled a a compensation bill that would allow NCAA student-athletes to earn off of their name, likeness and images. The big bad NCAA apparently has a problem with "student-athletes" earning off of their own names; the NCAA is busy earning off of the players. The NCAA is proposing that if the bill passes all schools under the NCAA will be ineligible for post-season play. Tune in to get your fix!!
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In season 4 episode 8 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on North Carolina A&T State University's relief pitcher Leon Hunter was drafted by the Texas Rangers. Further in the HBCU spotlight, Joseph also sheds light on E.P. Reese, a former Center Fielder for Winston-Salem State University's baseball team who was drafted by the Houston Astros. Kwahi Leonard files lawsuit against Nike over the ownership of his “Klaw” logo. In the Life After Sports Segment, Joseph interviews Mr. Jonathan Kelly about his transition from an athlete to a successful entrepreneur. In further sports news, Joseph gives us an update on the latest wins and losses in the 2019 Women's World Cup, Boston Red Sox Legend David Ortiz was shot in the Dominican Republic, the Toronto Raptors are the 2019 NBA Champions, Anthony Davis was traded to the Lakers, and the 2019 NBA Draft left us all excited for the upcoming NBA season; Joseph covers it all. LSU Track star Sha’Carri Richardson breaks world records as a freshman, LaVar Ball is supposedly banned from ESPN for his latest comments when talking with First Take host Molly Qerim. The Monday rant is aimed at Mike Atkinson, Atkinson is a top Texas high school football referee who is suspended for a year for making racist comments. Tune in to get your fix!!!
Jonathan Kelly Bio:
Jonathan Kelly is an entrepreneur, investor and speaker from Tallahassee, FL. He earned a basketball scholarship from Florida A&M University where he graduated with honors and earned a degree in broadcast journalism. After college Jonathan played professionally in several leagues before getting into sales full time. He has worked for two industry leading sales companies over the past decade. While working, networking and learning to master his craft in sales and marketing, Jonathan started several businesses of his own, which are still growing and thriving today. Currently Jonathan is a successful real estate investor, forex and cryptocurrency trader, business owner and speaks all across the country inspiring and teaching people about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and changing your mindset to attract what you want into your life. He also consults with business owners creating strategic plans to maximize profitability and market exposure for their company. Jonathan loves helping young people discover their passion and purpose. His life’s mission is to make a positive and lasting impact with everyone he meets and be a catalyst for growth and financial empowerment in his culture and community.
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On season 4 episode 7 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Dr. Dr. Nikole Roebuck for being named the first female band director for Grambling Stat University. Master P and his son Romeo Miller offer Zion Williamson a $20 million shoe deal and movie role, soccer star Jose Reyez dies in a car crash. Joseph gives his opinion on game one of the NBA finals, he also brings you up to speed on the Stanley Cup Finals as the Boston Bruins take a 2-1 series lead. UFC fighter Yoel Romero wins a $27 million lawsuit, and Anthony Joshua loses in the 7th round by TKO to Andy Ruiz. The weekly rant is aimed at NBA referee Ron Garretson, Garretson was arrested on extreme DUI charges and tried to lie his way out of the situation. Tune in to get your fix!!
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