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Five-time, Five-time, Five-time, Five-time, Five-time Emmy award-winning New York sportscaster
Scott Stanford: Bio
A five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time New York Emmy Award–winning sportscaster on both TV and radio, Scott Stanford made the leap from providing play-by-play and post-game coverage for the likes of MLB's New York Yankees and the NFL's New York Giants on NBC and CBS news radio to announcing for WWE in 2009.
Known for his quick wit and unique sense of humor, Stanford was first introduced to WWE fans as the host of WWE's pay-per-view Free for All countdown show. He then jumped into the “WWE Superstars” announce booth alongside the likes of Josh Mathews, Jerry “The King” Lawler and even CM Punk.
Stanford's announcing style of newsman meets stand-up comic can now be seen on WWE Network on the live Raw Pre-Show, This Week in WWE and on WPIX in New York.
With five sportscaster Emmys on his mantle, it's only a question of how many he will win before he must buy a longer mantle.