Born and raised in Palmetto Bay, Florida, Alex attended high school at Westminster Christian. A lifelong fan of “The U,” he went on to earn his Bachelor’s in Business Administration at the University of Miami.
While at UM, Alex fell in love with sports broadcasting. He joined the world famous WVUM student radio station, where he worked as a music DJ, talk show host, and play by play commentator for Hurricanes football, basketball, and baseball. After graduation, Alex continued his pursuit of broadcasting, working his way up in local radio from weekend producer to on air personality.
In 2012, Alex arrived at Miami’s Sportsradio 560 WQAM, where he takes the airwaves to discuss his love for South Florida’s teams and his never-ending passion for the sports of MMA and Boxing. Alex can be heard nightly at 6pm.
Joe Rose: “We’re gonna miss all the entertainment he gave us almost every day. Some of the weirdest, craziest, dumbest stuff we’ve ever seen in the history of a front office professional.”
“If I had my choice, I want a single owner,” Alzugaray said. “I want one name.”
Bam Adebayo has described the past five days of his life as a “whirlwind.” The Miami Heat forward joined The Joe Rose Show on Tuesday to talk about it.
Amy Trask, CEO of Ice Cube’s BIG3 basketball league, joined The Joe Rose Show on Monday to discuss the league’s TV premiere.
Chris Van Heerden joined The Big O Show on Thursday to discuss the fallout from his sparring session with McGregor and the damage control that followed.
College Football analyst Phil Steele joined The Joe Rose Show on Thursday to preview the upcoming season.
University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt joined The Joe Rose Show on Wednesday to discuss the calm before the storm of fall camp.
Johnson detailed his history and experiences with Dolphins’ great Jason Taylor, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Monday on The Jose Show, Joe and co host Zach Krantz debated whether the Miami Heat should make a trade offer to the Indiana Pacers for forward Paul George.
Iole was the first to break the news- that the clash between the 49-0 boxing superstar and the UFC lightweight champion- was made official.