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Richard Walker

I am the founder and CEO of Bring The Pain Sports. I a “late bloomer” in the sports media industry, primarily due to the fact that I was in the process of attempting to make history. In November 2011, after 6 successful seasons of minor league football, where I was played offensive tackle coached by former Houston Oiler Haywood Jeffries, I received an invitation to the NFL regional combine at the age 35. After competing in the combine, I decided to end my career on the field and transition into media. That is where my vision is for EPIQ films/BTP Sports came from. I am an active member of the Football Writers Association of America and the Basketball Writers Association of America.

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In an unprecedented but welcomed turn of events, ABC Chief National Correspondent journalist Matt Gutman has been suspended indefinitely for falsely...Continue reading »

The International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum announced the members of the Class of 2020. Inductees include champions Bernard Hopkins, Juan...Continue reading »

This CLASSIC roast is a staple in #BTPSports history. Sports Director Richard Walker goes on an unscheduled, no holds barred rant about Mike Francesca,...Continue reading »

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