|Ring name(s)||Scott Stanford|
|Born||August 30 1977 (age 35)
Haverstraw, New York
Scott Stanford is a Emmy Award winning sports anchor and commentator. He is the weekend sports anchor at New York City's NBC affiliate, WNBC-TV. He is a play-by-play commentator for the Monday Night Raw portion of WWE's internationally syndicated program, WWE Superstars, an interviewer for Monday Night Raw, and host for various WWE programming.
Sports anchor (2002-2008, 2009-present) 
At WCBS Newsradio 880, Stanford received the 2002 and 2003 "AIR Award," which recognized him as the best radio sports anchor in the New York City market. Stanford is also four-time New York Emmy Award-winning sportscaster for "On-Camera Achievement." In 2003, he joined the WWOR-TV My9 News Team, and for the following 6 years was an anchor/reporter, which included hosting duties for the popular Geico Sunday Sports Rap. In 2008, he also started working for WNYW-TV, where he was the post-game reporter for the New York Yankees baseball team, along with hosting/reporting duties for the New York Giants Football pre-game kickoff shows. Scott's "Know Your Foe" Giants quiz segment has also received an award from the Associated Press. He also acts as a play-by-play announcer for college basketball and arena football.
WWE (2009-Present) 
Stanford debuted in WWE in 2009 replacing Jack Korpela as the host of The Bottom Line. In October 2010, he became the new play-by-play commentator for WWE Superstars replacing Michael Cole. He called his first episode on the October 7 episode of Superstars with Jerry Lawler. This team was short-lived, however, as in mid-November injured wrestler CM Punk, who had started commentating on WWE Raw, replaced Lawler on Superstars. At the end of December, Punk left the commentary team after assaulting John Cena on Raw and SmackDown with a chair. Starting on the December 31 episode of Superstars, Josh Mathews joined Stanford as the color commentator. In addition to his commentary duties, he hosts the PPV Preshow every month, along with Tony Dawson. Stanford also makes appearances in Zack Ryder's weekly Z! True Long Island Story YouTube series. On the show, Stanford revealed that he was the man who attacked, Chiappetta, Ryder's best friend, becoming a heel in the process. This was later proven false as it was Stanford's exact look-alike, Rot (wearing a "#Heel" Jacket), who performed the ambush.
Job titles 
- WWOR-TV Sports Anchor, My9 News at Ten (2002–2008)
- WNYW-TV Sports Anchor/Presenter, Fox 5 News (2008)
- Superstars Play-by-Play Commentator, Raw portion of Superstars (2010–2013)
- Raw Backstage Interviewer (2011)
- The Bottom Line Host (2009–2012)
- WWE PPV Preshow Host (2012-present)
- WNBC-TV Weekend Sports Anchor, (2009–present)
- WWE NXT Narrator (2013-present)
- "Scott Stanford Bio". WWE. Retrieved 2011-04-16.
- Bishop, Matt (2010-12-21). "Smackdown: Ziggler takes Cena to the limit again, CM Punk makes impact". Slam! Sports. Canadian Online Explorer. Retrieved 2011-01-05.
- Plummer, Dale (2010-12-21). "RAW: No Nexus, no problem". Slam! Sports. Canadian Online Explorer. Retrieved 2011-01-05.
- Z! True Long Island Story Episode # 37. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOGfTXbXb2A
- Z! True Long Island Story Episode # 38. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uVtBqVi6Dk