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Brian Guerra has been covering sports in some capacity for the last 10 years, including high school, collegiate and professional. He’s covered two Final Fours, a few college bowl games and a NBA championship season.
R. K. Menn has been following MMA since 1998. He has also trained in Muay Thai, Boxing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He tries to catch any and all MMA events whenever possible. You can find his opinions on pretty much any and all sports.
Matt has edited and written for a variety of printed and online publications. He has covered a range of sports for several years, including major league baseball, NFL and NCAA football, and NCAA basketball. Matt is an avid fan and analyst who particularly enjoys the historical and statistical aspects of sport.
Zach is a writer and editor who covers a wide array of sports both traditional and non-traditional. He was formerly the managing editor of Informative Sports before joining Sports Nickel. Specializing in global sports, Zach has been covering events such as the Tour de France, Grand Slam tennis and the World Cup for various publications since 2006.
Dan is a big fan of Wisconsin sports and the 2010-2011 NHL season will be the first for me as a fan of an NHL team. As he said before the playoffs – he’s going with the Blackhawks. He follows mainly MLB, NFL, NBA and NASCAR – but loves most sports.
João is an European (Portugal) sports fan who mostly follows MMA, Basketball and Soccer. He has also been training MMA (Muay Thai and BJJ) for 5 years now. Other interests include politics, economics, history and movies.
RIch was a writer for Informative Sports who mainly covers the historical and analytical aspects of MLB. He’s a fan of all sports, but really loves the MLB due to it’s great history and statistical nature.
Rob Kelley has been covering the Miami Heat since well before the inception of “Heat Three Kings” and looks forward to writing for Sportsnickel as the Heat work their way back to the NBA Championship. Kelley is quite confident that no team will be able to stop LeBron, D-Wade and Bosh for the foreseeable future.
John is a young writer living in Alabama. He’s covered a variety of sports for a few years now and has a strong passion for it. John’s biggest passion is for Alabama football, but he follows a wide range of sports including college football, college basketball, NBA, NFL, MLB, and soccer.