Sports Host Erik Kuselias Married Life With His Wife Holly Sonders Might Be on The Rocks. Thinking of Getting a Divorce?

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Sports Host Erik Kuselias Married Life With His Wife Holly Sonders Might Be on The Rocks. Thinking of Getting a Divorce?

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Television and radio host Erik Kuselias almost won a fortune when he got engaged to Holly Sonders, 29, a successful golf analyst for the Fox Sports’ golf coverage team. After making many public appearances and flirting with one another, they brought the news about their engagement in 2012.

Everyone was shocked when the 26-year-old (then) hottie decided to marry Erik, a man in his forties. Above all, Erik has a bad reputation in the industry as ‘the biggest douchebag in the place.'

Caption: Holly is a professional golfer, and she is steamy hot.

Source: golf.com

Differences Between Wife and Husband:

Things didn’t go quite well for them in the early years. Holly, who is regarded as one of the most beautiful women in Golf, found her husband Erik’s habits needed thorough checking and inspection. She got to knew from sources that Erik tried to flirt with a co-worker at ESPN. (Espn personality Stephaine Bell).

Erik’s saying ‘I would like to fuck you’ to a female ESPN employee at a party made Erik's wife of then go mad. She ended up hiring a private investigator to find more about it. That was when they split up for a while.

Is their Marriage Heading Towards Divorce?

 

And after an "insanely boring" past week... Somebody else is thrilled to be home too. #ek #chess #letsplay

A photo posted by Holly Sonders (@holly.sonders) on

Looks like no matter how wrong things go (learn about his failed package deal involving wife Holly that cost him his tv stint at NBC ), they know how to get it right! They did split up once, but divorce has never been their choice. 

Erik's Wife: Holly Sonders

Holly Sonders is quite famous in her own right. Before gaining her identity as an ESPN journalist, she was reputed in the field of Golf. She was applauded when she played Golf in Michigan but had to move on to Journalism after a Knee surgery. She then worked on the Golf Channel in 2011 and became a prominent figure in American Golf and was featured on multiple shows such as “Morning Drive,” “School of Golf” and “Playing Lessons with the Pros.” and landed herself on the cover of Golf Digest in May 2013.

Caption: Molly Sonders on the cover of Golf Digest.

Source: Golf Digest magazine

She eventually moved to ESPN in 2014 and covered the multiple US Opens for both Male and Female. 

Holly is also featured as one of the most beautiful women in Gold by Golf.com reappearing on their rankings in 2013,2014 and 2015. Some of her images can be previewed below:

 

#sportsillustrated #golfmagazine @si_golf #41northnewport

A photo posted by Holly Sonders (@holly.sonders) on

 

 

#si #golfmagazine

A photo posted by Holly Sonders (@holly.sonders) on

Erik Kuselias' Short-Bio:

American Television and Radio Host Erik Kuselias was raised in Hamdem, Connecticut. He was an All Stars Baseball player in school and played alongside MLB stars Jeff Bagwell, Brad Ausmus, and Mo Vaughn. He graduated from University of Michigan Law School and did his PH.D  at Columbia University in 1998. He is also a member of the high IQ society, Mensa International.

Erik previously co-hosted NBC Sports Network's Pro Football Talk (alongside Mike Florio).  Erik left his radio stint at NBC Sports Radio in 2015.

He recently returned to the radio world hosting his own show "THE ERIK KUSELIAS SHOW" on GENESIS Sports WHOO-A (1080 THE TEAM)/ORLANDO. He has also enjoyed successful stints at ESPN and Golf Channel.

#Stephania Bell #Radio host #Holly Sonders #Pro Football Talk #NBC Sports Network

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