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Jeremy Borash was born on 19 July, 1974 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Discover Jeremy Borash's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?

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Age 47 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 19 July 1974
Birthday 19 July
Birthplace Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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Jeremy Borash Height, Weight & Measurements

At 47 years old, Jeremy Borash height is 1.78 m .

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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Jeremy Borash Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Jeremy Borash worth at the age of 47 years old? Jeremy Borash’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from . We have estimated Jeremy Borash's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019 Pending
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In March 2017, after being mentored by Mike Tenay for many years, Borash was appointed as the lead play-by-play announcer for Impact Wrestling by executive producer Jeff Jarrett. He was involved in a feud with fellow announcer, Josh Mathews, which culminated at Slammiversary with a tag team match featuring Borash and Abyss against Mathews and Scott Steiner. On January 30, 2018, PWInsider reported that Borash had officially left Impact Wrestling, thus ending his long-standing tenure with Impact Wrestling.

On January 30, 2018, PWInsider reported Borash had officially signed with WWE, where he works as part of their NXT brand. On May 8, 2020, Jeremy Borash made his first appearance on WWE programming as a part of the 205 Live broadcast team with Tom Phillips.

Forever Hardcore led to Borash co-promoting Hardcore Homecoming, a reunion of ECW wrestlers in Philadelphia's famed Alhambra Arena, the place where it all started. The Hardcore Homecoming event held the record for the largest gate of any independent show in United States wrestling history, until 2018, when it was broken by All In. It was considered a historical success for the era, culminating with a surprise barbwire rematch of one of the most famous matches in ECW history with Terry Funk vs Sabu vs Shane Douglas, with featured referee Mick Foley. The show led to a Hardcore Homecoming tour, and the show's DVDs broke Billboard' s Top 10 Sports and Rec DVD releases. The release of Forever Hardcore and Hardcore Homecoming in the UK debuted at #1 and #2 on the Sports and Recreational charts, over two years after their US release. The show holds the largest gate in the history of the ECW Arena, as a complete sellout with tickets ranging from $99–$149, with premiums given to all fans attending.


Deginning in April 2015, Borash began conducting backstage interview at the One Night Only pay-per-view events along with Christy Hemme and some Impact tapings. In addition to this, Borash was still the lead commentator for Xplosion until Josh Mathews took over. Beginning at Bound for Glory 2015, he went on hiatus until returned to interviewing on January 5, 2016. Also in 2016, Borash returned to Xplosion alongside Mathews and took over ring announcer position full-time while Hemme went on hiatus. On March 21, 2016, Borash returned to Impact Wrestling commentary for the night after Lashley attacked color commentator The Pope.


Borash was involved in the now defunct World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling All-Stars promotions. His most recent title was being a member of the Impact Wrestling broadcast team, as well as a backstage interviewer and member of the Impact creative team. He has also been the host of Impact Wrestling online content such as TNA Today in 2012 and TNA Xplosion in the UK on Challenge TV from 2011-2017


In early 2008, Borash announced that Samoa Joe was voted the MVP of TNA. Joe then attacked Borash, thus (kayfabe) injuring him, which resulted in Borash wearing a neck brace on television. Borash has gone on to become the host of Internet-based TNA Spin Cycle which aired on TNA's YouTube channel. On January 17, 2010, at Genesis new executive producer Eric Bischoff took Borash off television. After Mick Foley agreed to work with Bischoff, Borash was brought back as the backstage interviewer on February 14 at Against All Odds. At Sacrifice, Borash was made the new ring announcer. On June 14, 2010, Borash began working as the lead play-by-play commentator for TNA Xplosion. He also worked as the color commentator beside Mike Tenay on July 10, 2011, at the Destination X pay-per-view. On October 25, 2012, Borash and the debuting Todd Keneley began working as the announce team for the first hour of Impact Wrestling. from June 12 edition of TNA Xplosion he started commentating with Mike Tenay. In 2012, along with Tenay, he was there for his 10th year with the company. Borash assumed duties as TNA Wrestling's Director of Social Media, and took over the company's marketing online. Borash also was given the role as Executive Producer of the UK's Challenge TV exclusive British Bootcamp, a reality show featuring four aspiring UK wrestlers competing for a TNA contract.


In April 2007, Borash launched TNA Today on, a show he hosted from the TNA corporate offices.


In January 2006, Borash became the backstage interviewer for TNA's Impact! on Spike TV, a position he dreamed of as a child, watching his idol Gene Okerlund in the American Wrestling Association (AWA) growing up in Minneapolis. Since becoming backstage interviewer, Borash actually became involved with the kayfabe politics of TNA, as his respect for Kurt Angle led him to be a constant presence during many of Angle's backstage segments and even gained him membership into Angle's stable, the Angle Alliance. He was humorously Karen Angle's maid of honor at her wedding vows renewal to Kurt on the Valentine's Day edition of Impact!.


In March 2002, Borash returned to the United States to join Jeff Jarrett in launching TNA Wrestling in Nashville, Tennessee. As the second employee the company hired, Borash worked in several positions for the organization including ring announcer, video editor, and show writer.


After the WWF purchased WCW in March 2001, Borash met Australian concert promoter Andrew McManus and together they launched the World Wrestling All-Stars organization. Later that year, Borash left for Australia and worked out of the offices of McManus at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. The promotion's first tour of Australia concluded with a live pay per view from the Sydney Superdome called "The Inception", where Borash provided play-by-play commentary alongside Jerry "The King" Lawler. The WWA would go on to produce numerous international tours, as well as live pay per view events from Las Vegas, Nevada, Glasgow, Scotland, Melbourne, Australia, and Auckland, New Zealand, with Borash serving as executive producer and host.


In March 1999, WCW Live! premiered to an online audience with their first guest on the show, Hollywood Hogan. WCW Live! went on to become the most listened to streaming audio program in the world, often reaching fifty thousand live audio streams nightly in an era of this new technology. While doing the nightly two hour internet show for WCW, Borash continued his stint on the Ruth Koscielak Show until August 1999, when he left Minneapolis to work full-time in the offices of WCW in Atlanta, where he went on to become one of the head writers for WCW Monday Nitro on TNT, as well as WCW Thunder on TBS.


After graduating from Brown Institute for Broadcasting in Minneapolis, Borash took a position at the age of 19 as a program director/morning show host at KOOL 92 FM in Fort Dodge, Iowa. His popular Borash in the Morning show featured a wide variety of entertainment, including such acts as actually hypnotizing local politicians on the air, skydiving from 13,000 feet over Fort Dodge, and his popular breakfast drive through, where Borash would personally deliver free breakfast to his listeners cars as they drove by. His involvement in local community activities included serving on the board of the United Way, as well as Honorary Chairman for the March of Dimes, which received national attention when Borash became the youngest person ever nominated for radio's prestigious Marconi Award for Broadcasting as America's Small Market Personality of the Year in 1996.


Jeremy Borash (born July 19, 1974), is an American professional wrestling play-by-play commentator, announcer, ring announcer, booker, interviewer, and producer who is currently signed to WWE. He is known for his work in Impact Wrestling as a multifaceted staff member since the company's inception in 2002 until his departure in 2018. In March 2017, he was appointed as the lead play by play commentator for Impact Wrestling after being mentored by Mike Tenay for many years.