Producer of the Wes McElroy Show from 3pm - 6pm
Jesse has been with Clear Channel Media & Entertainment since 2010. He considers himself a Richmond transplant as he has lived in the River City for over 10 years now but grew up in the Western Maryland area. Deciding to attend VCU he studied Broadcast Journalism and English while spending time working at radio stations WVCW and WRIR. Jesse is currently the producer for the Wes McElroy Show as well as other shows for Sports Radio 910. Being from the Maryland area he is a diehard fan of the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington Capitals. Besides his work at Sports Radio 910 he also writes a blog for VCU basketball’s radio website.
Its fight night here again in Richmond, as the Combat Sports Center will host CSC 36 Saturday at the Richmond Grand Hotel on Broad Street. The Combat Sports Challenge is Virginia's longest running MMA and Muay Thai fight series. The sanctioning body of the event, the WKA (World Kickboxing Association), is the oldest and largest organization of its kind with over 90 countries in its membership, and its U.S. headquarters are located right here in Richmond at the Combat Sports Center. Brian Crenshaw and the CSC crew work hard to bring you the best fight shows, as well as train to get you in the best shape of your life. Saturday’s card is sure to excite with 14 fights highlighted by; CSC trainer and fighter Ani Hilditch taking on Genesis Bravo for the WKA United States Strawweight title, Up and coming female pro fighter Tecia “Tiny Tornado” Torres versus Crystal “Sunshie” Parrish, and what is sure to be an absolute slugfest between two hard-hitting heavyweights in Kelly Leo and Kevin Shane Brooks. Below you can check out interviews with Hilditch, Torres, and CSC fighter Alex Loving. To get more info on the event go to www.CombatSportsCenter.com but hurry because the last event sold out and this one is sure to follow suit.