Ron Borges Biography
Ron Borges is a popular American sportswriter currently working for the Talk of Fame Network as a writer and editor in Watertown, Massachusetts. Before, Ron wrote for The Boston Globe, the Boston Herald. Moreover, he served on The Mike Felger Show as a regular guest. The show aired on 890 ESPN radio up to July 2008. Ron also worked for HBO.com’s Boxing website as a regular contributor until 2008. He also writes for a boxing website, The Sweet Science.
Ron Borges Age
Ron Borges was born in the United States of America. He is around 69 years old. Nonetheless, his actual date and year of birth are not available to the public.
Ron Borges Height
Ron is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.75 m).
Ron Borges Family
Ron Borges was born and brought up in the United States of America by his loving and caring parents. Nevertheless, Ron has not revealed more details in regard to his parents and siblings.
Ron Borges Education
In 1972, Ron went to Brandies where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English and American Literature in the year 1974.
Ron Borges Wife
Ron is a handsome man who loves his life and career. Nevertheless, Ron keeps his relationship status away from the spotlight. It’s therefore not known if he is married, dating, single, or divorced.
Ron Borges Salary
Ron Borges Net Worth
Ron Borges has stockpiled a lot of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of around $1 million – $5 million.
Ron Borges Career
He worked as a regular contributor to HBO.com’s Boxing website till 2008. Ron also writes for a boxing website, The Sweet Science. Ron attained the Nat Fleischer Award for boxing journalism from the Boxing Writers Association of America in 1995. Furthermore, Ron is one of less than 25 boxing writers to ever obtain that honor.
He was involved in a physical altercation with MaxBoxing.com and New York Times reporter Michael Katz at a press conference in Las Vegas in June 2004. On May 18, 2007, Ron announced his retirement from the Globe less than two weeks after returning from his 2-month suspension for plagiarism.