• Canadian sports journalist, TV personality and TV show host
• Came to prominence with a 30-minute broadcast from Moscow Red Square during the FIFA World Cup in 2018
• Employed by Fox Sports and involved in numerous projects, including the show “Lock It In"
• Net worth estimated at $5 million as of early 2020
• Has done a lot for humanitarian organizations, and launched a few campaigns of her own


Who is Rachel Bonnetta?

Rachel Bonnetta is a Canadian sports journalist, TV personality and TV show host, who came to prominence following her 30-minute live broadcast from Moscow Red Square during the FIFA World Cup in Russia 2018. She is working for Fox Sports, and has been involved in numerous projects of the media conglomerate, including the show “Lock It In”.

Rachel Bonnetta Wiki- Age, Childhood, and Education

Rachel Bonnetta was born on the 8th of October 1992 in Toronto, Ontario Canada.

Rachel’s father passed away in 2012, and her mother remarried in 2017 – she hasn’t talked about having any siblings. She has stated that she developed an interest in journalism as a child, and since then wanted to become a journalist. Rachel went to Clarke High School, and after matriculation enrolled at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology.

Career Beginnings

Following graduating with a degree in broadcast journalism, Rachel moved to the USA, settling in Los Angeles where she started looking for work, finding a place at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment as a brand ambassador.

She remained there for the next three years, before moving to YTV as a host of the show “The Zone”. Becoming more experienced, she was an on-air host for “MLS”, and served as the host of the show “MLS Now”, and “Off-Topic”.

Rise to Prominence

Rachel was making huge steps forward in her career and she started receiving offers from various television networks, one of whichs was Fox Sports, and she officially became a member of Fox Sports in 2016. Since then Rachel has become a star journalist, but she had to come a long way to get the status of a star.

She began with small on-screen roles on Fox Sports shows, but her role increased over the years. She made her breakthrough in 2018 with the 30-minute long live coverage of the FIFA World Cup from Moscow’s Red Square, during which she provided match action previews, recaps, and other details related to the cup. This caught the attention of millions of viewers, and launched her to stardom.

Continual Success and Other Projects

Nowadays, Rachel can be seen in several sports shows on Fox Sports, including “Lock It In”, then “Visa Sunday Live Show”, while you can also see her on the Fox Soccer Facebook page during the UEFA Champions League pre-game, halftime, and post-game coverage, and on Fox Sports Super Bowl coverage, and other sports-related shows. Most recently, she started appearing in the show “WWE Backstage” (2019-2020) as a psychiatrist.

Rachel Bonnetta

In addition to her television career on Fox Sports, she has also been given the control of the YouTube channel, The Buzzer. Currently, the channel has over 5,000 subscribers, and more than seven million views, which has also added to her net worth.

Rachel Bonnetta Net Worth, Height, Weight, Body Measurements, and Appearance

Rachel is a rising star in sports journalism and her overall success has added a considerable amount to her wealth. According to sources, Rachel Bonnetta’s net worth is estimated to be around $5 million as of early 2020 – Rachel’s annual income is reputedly a minimum of $60,000.

Rachel Bonnetta stands at 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, while she weighs approximately 125lbs (57kgs), and her vital statistics are 34-25-35; her bra size is 32B. She has brown hair and green eyes.

Rachel Bonnetta Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single

Rachel hasn’t talked much about her personal life, but has posted a few insights on her Instagram page. She is in a relationship, and she often posts pictures of the couple, but hasn’t revealed her lover’s name and further details about their romance, including when they started their relationship and how they met.

However, some sources state that the two have been together for more than four years.

Rachel Bonnetta News, Facts

Rachel has been featured in a number of publications, thanks to her up-and-coming career with Fox Sports. Many outlets have done articles about her and her new show “Hall of Shame”, which she hosts with Rachna Fruchbom. Furthermore, she also received an overview of her work on “WWE Backstage”.

Rachel has done a lot for numerous humanitarian organizations, and has launched a few campaigns of her own; she traveled through India, and after realizing the conditions those people live in, she started a GoFundMe campaign to collect the money for the people in need in this country. She also visited Ghana back in 2015 for two weeks as a part of the Community Rise, and has talked about this as a life-changing experience.

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