Troy Santiago is a Spanish language sports broadcaster with twelve years of professional experience in the United States.

He specializes in combat sports, such as box and MMA. However, he also broadcasted the most important soccer tournaments in the world: Copa Libertadores, UEFA Champions League, Calcio Italiano, English League, Futbol Mexicano and MLS to name a few. Moreover, he had the opportunity to call the play by play action for American football games for the NFL.

He has the ability to write and produce special assignments and news stories for any media platform: TV, radio, print and internet.

During the last five years he worked for the UFC, the MMA leader organization in the world. For them, he has narrated more than 2500 live MMA fights, whether being present at the events or from a studio, for a total of 121 consecutive shows. Up to date, he has narrated all UFC events from UFC 1 TO UFC 144, including every single one of the Ultimate Fight Nights and nine season finales of the reality show The Ultimate Fighter.

From 2007 to this date, in the combat sports field, there is no other Spanish broadcaster that has witnessed and narrated as much as he has.

Furthermore, in 2005 he joined Fox Deportes, where he was able to continue his career as commentator and sports broadcaster, after having for two years his own syndicated three hours radio show for the Radiovisa network. During that time, he also had the opportunity to become the official Spanish voice for Los Angeles Galaxy. Because of his work, the team awarded him with a ring just like the one they received when becoming the champions of the US Open Cup and MLS Cup.

Besides his duties at the UFC and Fox Deportes, from 2005 and 2007, hewas in charge of the Sports section bureau of the newspaper Hoy that belongs to the LA Times Media Group and covered the three most important Hispanic markets in the United States: Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.

Before entering the fields of radio and print, he worked from the year 2000 up to 2004, as a producer, editor and sports anchor for the local TV station KRCA, Channel 62 in Los Angeles.

Santiago has the commitment of always taking the sports excitement to the Spanish speaking audience, with a work ethic based on teamwork, loyalty, transparency and comradeship.

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