Jordan Hardy Biography and Wiki
Jordan Hardy is an American sports journalist working for FOX Sports Haymon Boxing in Las Vegas. She is currently the Premier Boxing Champions reporter and Digital Video Asset Assistant Director. Her work is to create contents PBC games on Fox, ESPN, Showtime, NBC, CBS, NBCSN, FS1, Spike, and BOUNCE TV.
Jordan Hardy Age and Birthday
Jordan was born on October 2, 1994, in Las Vegas. She is currently 27 years old as of 2021. Her birth sign is Libra.
Jordan Hardy Height
Hardy is of average stature, She stands at a height of 5 feet and 9 inches tall with average weight to match her body weight.
Jordan Hardy Education
Jordan attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2014 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. Hardy completed the Journalism course in 2015 and joined Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) as a correspondent and digital video asset assistant director.
She outstanding ran track and field for the University on a full-ride scholarship for the 100-meter hurdles.
Jordan Hardy Family, Parents
Jordan was born and raised by parents John and Nicolas Hardy in Las Vegas. She grew up with an elder sister named Natasha Hardy.
Jordan Hardy Husband
Hardy is currently married to Caleb Hunter Plant, an American professional boxer who has held the IBF super-middleweight title since 2019.
Hardy met Caleb Plant during her work as a boxer for PBC. Both started their career for the same organization and fell in love in 2016. This was a year after the passing of his daughter Alia. Nevertheless, the two lovebirds got married on October 8, 2019.
Jordan Hardy Salary
Jordan receives an annual salary ranging from $120,106 to $145,488. This amount is from our FOX Sports anchor compensation estimates, Her contract with the station is yet to be released.
Jordan Hardy Net Worth
Jordan Hardy currently has an estimated net worth of $380, 000 as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a journalist.
Jordan Hardy FOX Sport
Jordan Hardy currently works as a reporter for FOX Sports Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) programs, covering FS1 PBC FIGHT NIGHTS, FS2 PBC PRELIMS, and FS1 PBC POSTFIGHT SHOWS. In her work, she’s interviewed the best stars of the PBC, including winners and top contenders.
In September of 2016, she premiered the weekly Youtube boxing show called “PBC Jabs,” where she highlighted the upcoming fights, recaps matches, and hosted exclusive interviews with the best fighters in the world including the likes of heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder and four-division world champion Mikey Garcia
She previously worked for NBA TV (Turner Sports) and Fox 5 as a sports journalist. In February of 2017, made her FS1 debut covering boxing. She covered a story in August 2018, when heavyweight boxer Curtis Harper exited the ring after the opening bell, her report on his rare decision to not fight his challenger went viral over the internet.