Robert Flores in a sports journalist of MLB Network and NHL Network. He is famous for his show, Friday Night Fights of ESPN2.
Robert was born in Texas. He did his schoolings in Houston and graduated in 1992 from University of Houston with a bachelor degree in Radio and TV. He is a wrestling fan and chats with Jim Ross every Monday through Twitter.
His father was a RJ and his mother was a homemaker. His father used to take him to the commentary room, when he was young. He wanted to work in media from a very young age. There are no details about siblings and thus, it is assumed that he is a single child. He has kept his biography to himself. There are no details to whether or not he is married. His relationship status is not known even though he is very active on social media pages. He was never seen with a woman in public to be rumored as his partner. He was never a part of any celebrity relationships. He was never associated with any extra marital affairs and he was never rumored to be gay. His net worth is 2 million dollars and he has not given any information about his salary.
No one has come up to the media to announce that she is having a relationship with Robert. There are no rumors around his personal life. None of his friends have talked about his personal life. In an exclusive interview, when asked about anything interesting in his life, he talked about wrestling. Thus, it is assumed that he is not dating anyone or wants to keep his personal life completely to himself. He has not fathered a child and is assumed to be living alone in his house. He is not known to own any pet. There is very less probability that he would be sharing his personal life with media in near future.
His first job was hosting a local show for teenagers when he was 15 years old. His performance was good that he earned a decent amount of money. Robert joined ESPN in 2005. He worked for SportsCenter from 2007 to 2016. He was famous for his shows like Baseball Tonight, Saturday Night Football and others. In 2016, he left the network after a decade. Prior to ESPN, he was working for KEYE in Texas. He was fired for the job for using a curse word on-air in 2004. He mentioned that initially the tape was not meant to be for on-air purposes.
After ESPN, he joined MLB and NHL as studio host. He does not talk a lot about his career to media. When asked about his termination in KEYE, he mentioned that everything worked out for the good. When asked about why he was leaving ESPN, he mentioned that he was looking for something more challenging and secure. He never shares any information about his career milestones. Since he has recently joined MLB and NHL Network, there is very little chance that we will be able to find any interesting turn of events in his career.