• Rachel Bonnetta is a Canadian reporter and television host.
• She worked for Fox Sports, hosting shows such as "Fox Bet Live" and moving to the NFL Network in 202•
• She is known for her philanthropic work, such as GoFundMe campaigns and working with the Community Rise non-profit organization.
• She has a net worth estimated at $5 million.
• In her spare time, she enjoys playing volleyball and is active on social media.
Who is Rachel Bonnetta?
Rachel is a Canadian reporter and television host, who attained fame by working for Fox Sports, serving as the host of such shows as “Fox Bet Live” (2020-2021) before moving to the NFL Network in 2022.
Rachel Bonnetta Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Rachel Bonnetta was born on 8 October 1991, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She hasn’t revealed her parents’ names and their vocations, saying only that her father passed away on 14 December 2012, and her mother remarried on 18 December 2017. Her brother is musician Jonas Bonnetta, and she has two other brothers.
Rachel attended Clarke High School, and after matriculating she enrolled at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2012, after which she moved to the US.
Before leaping the border, Rachel’s first employment was as a brand ambassador for Toronto FC at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment. She held the post for three years, during which time she had several other jobs. Rachel made a fantastic move towards a journalistic career as she joined “The Zone” as a host on the YTV channel. Although “The Zone” is a children’s show, it was excellent experience for young Rachel to become accustomed to working in front of the camera. Moreover, during this time, Bonnetta hosted “The Whip” on Kick TV.
She finally moved to the US in 2015, settling in New York City in pursuit of better career opportunities in journalism Her next post was as an on-air host for Major League Soccer daily show “MLS Now”.
She was slowly building a name for herself as a sports journalist, and so launched her own show, “Off Topic with Rachel Bonnetta”, which included interviews with players, covering games across the US, and discussing events within the league.
Six months in the USA earned her a lot of credit, as she became recognized in sports journalism circles. She moved to Los Angeles, where she still resides.
Rise to Prominence
Rachel found employment within FOX Sports as host of FOX Soccer’s “The Buzzer”, digital series, and her career really started to get going. She began working on several projects, one of which included hosting videos on the YouTube channel “The Buzzer”, which she helped grow to over 5,000 subscribers.
She remained at FOX Sports until 2021, during which time her popularity soared through the roof. She provided one-of-a-kind on-site coverage of the Super Bowl, then “Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show”, and BIG3. Moreover, she was the host of the unique FOX Soccer Live program “The Rec League”.
This was just the beginning of her accomplishments, as Rachel hosted FOX Sports’ “Visa Sunday Live Show” on Facebook, a digital recap of weekly NFL game action; another contribution to FOX Sport’s Facebook page was the UEFA Champions League pre-game, half-time and post-game coverage.
In 2018, Rachel traveled to Russia for live coverage of the FIFA World Cup, and hosted a 30-minute live show on Twitter from Moscow’s Red Square. During her on-screen time, she would provide match action previews and recaps, which made her a sports journalism star.
In 2019, she was named the host of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)-dedicated show “WWE Backstage”.
However, it was in 2020 that she was named the host of “Fox Bet Live”, which replaced the original “Lock It In”, and responsible for providing viewers with the latest sports wagering news and information. It was rather similar to the original “Lock It In”, but with a more detailed approach. This earned her recognition throughout the USA, and after 42 episodes in the program, Rachel left the show and FOX Sports overall to join the NFL Network in 2021, her previous experience on FOX Sports helping her get the job with the NFL’s legalized sports betting-focused content. She has joined several other shows too, including “NFL GameDay Morning”, “NFL GameDay View”, and “Good Morning Football”.
— Rachel Bonnetta (@rachelbonnetta) July 13, 2022
Furthermore, she has reported live from Super Bowl, NFL Honors, and NFL Red Carpet. She is currently stationed in London, covering English soccer.
In addition to her work on television, Rachel has contributed to NFL’s digital platforms, including NFL.com and the NFL app.
To speak further of her accomplishments, Rachel tried herself as an actress, having appeared in Ryan Noth’s drama film “Drifting Snow”.
Moreover, she has been announced as the headline of the semi-autobiographical comedy show on TBS, produced by Betsy Thomas.
As of late 2022, Rachel Bonnetta’s net worth is estimated at $5 million, earned through her career as a sports journalist and TV host.
Personal Life, Dating, Marriage, Husband, Children
Although in front of the camera for the better part of her day, Rachel has rarely talked about her personal life.
However, according to sources, Rachel has been in a romantic relationship with an unknown man since 2016. She has shared a few pictures of herself with her boyfriend, but hasn’t revealed his name.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
This sports journalist has green eyes and dark brown hair. She is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, weighs about 125lbs (56kgs), with vital statistics of 34-25-35, bra size 32B.
Hobbies, Interests, and Trivia
Rachel is recognized for her philanthropic work. Back in 2015, she traveled in India, during which she realized how bad were the conditions in which people were living. She decided to help the people from one village by launching a GoFundMe campaign, and in a short time span, collected enough money to improve their lives. Rachel hired companies to clean the drinking water, do the plumbing, and so improve the overall hygiene of the inhabitants.
Furthermore, she was in Ghana with several NFL players who are Ghana natives as a part of the Community Rise non-profit organization. She spent two weeks there, claiming that this time changed her life for good, and was the most emotional experience.
When she is not working, Rachel loves playing volleyball.