Joy Taylor is a beautiful American woman, TV Host, and Fox Sports 1 show anchor.
She is the current host for Fox Sports 1 show, Undisputed.
So many people want to know about her husband, family members, and personal life.
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Joy Taylor Biography
She was born in 1987, in Pennsylvania, USA, to her lovely parents, Georgia Taylor and Anthony Taylor.
During her childhood days, Joy showed signs of being a person that could talk boldly at any school event without being scared.
She has two other siblings named Jason Taylor and Noah Taylor.
Joy has an older brother named Jason, who played in the National Football League for 14 years.
Jason got signed from the 1997 NFL Draft by the Dolphins as a third-round 73rd pick.
Jason was part of the Dolphins team for 14 years. At the Dolphins, he got rewarded with a spot in the Pro Bowl team.
Joy’s brother, Jason, retired from football in 2011 and is now in the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame.
In 2009, She graduated from college with a degree in broadcast communications.
During her time at the University, She was the host of the Barry University radio station.
Now, Joy is 34 years old today, and she looks younger than her age.
Her height is 5 feet 6 inches, and she weighs 95 kgs. She has a beautiful young body shape at 37-27-38.
Joy looks gorgeous with her beautiful brown eyes and black hair and has attracted many users for Fox Sports.
Joy started her professional career as a sports journalist with the 790 Am The Ticket.
She started as the executive producer but got co-host for their show, Zaslow and Joy Show.
Taylor worked at CBS Sports as the host of Fantasy Football Today and Thursday Night Live show.
After a few years at CBS Sports, She joined Fox Sports and became a top host for the sports brand.
She got her first significant career breakthrough at Fox Sports.
Taylor replaced a top host in one episode of the Fox Sports show, The Herd, alongside Colin Cowherd.
A few weeks later, She was given the role permanently on the Fox Show, which helped her grow in her career.
She got rewarded by Fox Sports for her impressive performances and got the role of moderator for Fox Sport 1 show, Skip and Shannon: Undisputed.
Joy Taylor Husband
Richard Giannotti is Joy Taylor’s former husband after they got divorced.
Her former husband, Giannotti, was previously a baseball player. He played in the minor baseball leagues for most of his career till 2006.
Richard later retired from baseball and became a financial adviser at a top Sports brand.
Richard met Joy for the first time at a business meeting when he was still the financial advisor for his Sports brand.
Joy and Richard got married in 2016 at a lovely wedding ceremony in Flori banks.
However, The couple did not last one year together, and they got divorced in 2017.
After the divorce, Taylor started dating former NBA point guard Earl Watson.
They got engaged and bought a $2.75m house in Encino, California, as part of their family plans.
But, in 2019, Joy and Watson called off the engagement for unknown reasons.
Joy’s last boyfriend, Earl, played in the NBA for teams like Oklahoma City Thunder and Indiana Pacers from 2001 till 2014.
When he retired from the NBA, Watson became a coach for the Austin Spurs and Pheonix Suns.
In 2017 at work, Joy revealed she had a problematic relationship and ended in a painful breakup.
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During the Undisputed show, She revealed how her former partner abused her.
She said her ex would attack, choke, and even throw her down the stairs during the relationship.
Joy Taylor is active on social media platforms and has a massive fan base.
She has over 200,000 followers on Instagram and more than 150,000 followers on Twitter.
Joy also has a YouTube channel with more than 40,000 subscribers.
She has a popular podcast channel named “Maybe I’m Crazy.” She talks about the biggest stories from the NFL, NBA, and sports on the podcast.
Joy Taylor Net Worth
She has a net worth of $2 million. Taylor has earned her net worth in her television and host career.
She has now developed into a top anchor and TV Host with so many fans.
Joy earns $100,000 per year while working at Fox Sports.
Joy Taylor also earns from different endorsement deals and adverts with brands.