Ryan Rider

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Ryan Rider
Born May 23, 1988 (1988-05-23) (age 29)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation professional wrestling commentator, radio broadcaster

Ryan Rider (born May 23, 1988 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian professional wrestling commentator, radio broadcaster, and Marketing Representative for Paramount Pictures. He currently works at CJAD 800AM in Montreal as a Technical Producer and Sports Reporter and CHOM 97.7 as a Producer. He is best known as the founder, producer, and host of CJLO's The Main Event. Over his radio career, he has also appeared on CFMB, CINQ-FM, and CBC Radio.[1]

As a wrestling announcer, Ryan has done work for the National Wrestling Alliance, American Wrestling Association, and Wrestling Supershow. In September 2009, Ryan became the Play-by-Play announcer for Top of the World Wrestling (TOW) alongside veteran commentator Marc Blondin.[2]

Ryan left the Main Event in early 2011 and presently works in the sports department at CJAD 800AM in Montreal as a producer for the Montreal Alouettes.

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