|Born||Shawnee, Kansas, United States|
|Other names||The Big Wheel|
Sean Wheelock is a current mixed martial arts and football (soccer) commentator based in Kansas City, Kansas. He served as the commentator for the M-1 Challenge and currently serves as the play-by-play television commentator for Bellator Fighting Championships. He also reports on the CONCACAF region of football for the BBC World Service. In 2013, he became a commentator for FC Kansas City.
He features regularly on The World Football Phone-In, which airs weekly as part of "Up All Night" on BBC Radio 5, with the nickname "The Big Wheel". In the past he has worked as a commentator for XM Radio at the 2006 World Cup, as well as for ESPN and Fox Soccer Channel.
Wheelock collaborated with Art Davie to write a non-fiction book, Is This Legal?: The Inside Story of The First UFC From the Man Who Created It, which was published by Ascend Books on July 1, 2014.
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- "Is This Legal?". Ascend Books.