Dann Stupp

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Dann Stupp (born in Springfield, Ohio; September 14, 1978) created the popular mixed martial arts website MMAjunkie.com in 2006. It is the four-time World MMA Awards "Best Media Source" winner (2008-2011) and a former content partner of Yahoo! Sports.

In November 2011, Stupp sold the company to USA Today.[1] He continues to work as MMAjunkie.com's editor-in-chief, and he was also named USA Today's senior MMA editor and now coordinates the newspaper's print and online MMA coverage.[2]

Biography[edit]

Stupp was the weekly MMA columnist for the Dayton Daily News/Cox Ohio Newspapers from 2007-2011.

He was formerly Creative Services Manager for the Cincinnati Reds before devoting himself full-time to MMA. He is co-author of Tom Browning's Tales from the Reds Dugout (2006, Sports Publishing LLC, ISBN 1-59670-046-7), and author of Opening Day at Great American Ball Park (Sports Publishing LLC, ISBN 1-58261-724-4, 2003).

Stupp graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism with honors in 2003.

He has previously written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Cincinnati Reds Magazine and MLB.com. He is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research.

References[edit]

  • Tom Browning and Dann Stupp (2006). Tom Browning's Tales from the Reds Dugout. Sports Publishing LLC. ISBN 1-59670-046-7
Specific
  1. ^ "USA Today Acquires Mixed-Martial Arts Site MMAjunkie". 2011-11-15. Retrieved 2012-07-08. 
  2. ^ "USA Today Acquires Mixed-Martial Arts Site MMAjunkie.com". 2011-11-14. Retrieved 2012-07-08.