Bretos attended the Judith Weston Acting Studio in Los Angeles, California, and formerly played for Santa Monica Rugby Club. Bretos earned a degree in international relations from Florida State University in 1994
Bretos worked as a broadcaster for Fox Soccer Channel from 1998–2010, where he was the longest-serving broadcaster in the network's history. His broadcasting catchphrase was "Schelotto, yeah!" In January 2010 he resigned from FSC to take a position with ESPNews.
Bretos whose parents are both Cuban exiles, has been at the forefront of advancing the Hispanic presence at ESPN. In Summer 2013, he interviewed Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig in both English and Spanish. In September 2013, He also co-hosted ESPN's Hispanic heritage special "One Nacion".
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- 'HELP: Max Bretos Needs a New Goal Call, No More "Yeaahhhhhhhhh"', bigsoccer.com.
- Mahoney, Ridge (2009-10-01). "Fox Soccer Channel's hot property". SI.com.
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