Max Bretos joined ESPN in January 2010 as an anchor on the all-news ESPNEWS network. Previously, Bretos had worked for the Fox Soccer Channel since 2004. He has covered Super Bowls and covered the first-ever game between the Manchester United and FC Barcelona soccer teams in Philadelphia in 2003.
Bretos began his career as a correspondent for Sky Sports in the United Kingdom (2003-2006), and as a professional wrestling announcer for the WWE Company (January – August 2007).
A native of Miami, Bretos earned a degree in international relations from Florida State University in 1994.
Editor’s note: Max Bretos anchors ESPN’s studio coverage of Saturday’s MLS Cup (ESPN, 4:30 p.m. ET) which will signify the end of David Beckham’s six-season...
ESPN STATEMENT ON CURT SCHILLING
“At all times during the course of their engagement with us, our commentators are directly linked to ESPN and are the face of our brand. We are a sports media company. Curt’s actions have not been consistent with his contractual obligations nor have they been professionally handled; they have obviously not reflected well on the company. As a result, he will not appear on ESPN through the remainder of the regular season and our Wild Card playoff game.”