First Take’s Molly Qerim vs. WWE’s Eva Marie, Who’s Hotter?
This may not seem like a fair debate, but the poll came from a conversation with my fellow fantasy leaguers during Championship Sunday. We were discussing how attractive and personable Molly Qerim, the new host of ESPN’s First Take was and how bad we felt that she’s surrounded by two egomaniacs such as Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. It’s not a simple job, just ask Cari Champion. I obviously agreed with my boys about Qerim, but then I watched an episode of NXT on the WWE Network and remembered how hot Eva Marie is.
So there it is two women, one a talented in-ring performer and the other a broadcast journalist. Who’s Hotter? Here are a few facts to consider:
Qerim grew up in Connecticut and earned degrees from UConn and Quinnipiac University. Qerim began her sports broadcasting career as a reporter and anchor for CBS Sports Network where she covered college football to National Signing Day, the NCAA Tournament and the U.S. Open. During her first stint at ESPN, she co-hosted College Football Live and Fantasy Football Now and ESPNU’s Campus Countdown and won an Emmy. She then left Bristol and joined the NFL Network as a host on NFL AM. She returned to Bristol in 2015 to moderate First Take and has now been installed as the permanent host. According to the Google machine, her nationality is half Albanian, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean.
Bio information courtesy of Heavy.com and Rolling Stone.com
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