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Coming out of West Tampa, '''Mark Beiro''' started his announcing career at a young age, doing play-by-play for the West Tampa Little League.  He must have been pretty good because it wasn’t long before he was recruited to do play-by-play at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His announcing career includes doing wrestling play-by-play and becoming known as the “Voice of Jai Alai” at the Tampa Jai Ali Fronton, reporting all the action on several bay area radio stations.  But it was in the boxing ring that he got his big break. Doing the announcing for some of the bigger fights all over the world, he was hired by the producers of BattleBots.  
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''Coming out of West Tampa, '''Mark Beiro''' started his announcing career at a young age, doing play-by-play for the West Tampa Little League.  He must have been pretty good because it wasn’t long before he was recruited to do play-by-play at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His announcing career includes doing wrestling play-by-play and becoming known as the “Voice of Jai Alai” at the Tampa Jai Ali Fronton, reporting all the action on several bay area radio stations.  But it was in the boxing ring that he got his big break. Doing the announcing for some of the bigger fights all over the world, he was hired by the producers of BattleBots.''
  
 
Inducted into the [[Florida Boxing Hall of Fame]] in 2009.
 
Inducted into the [[Florida Boxing Hall of Fame]] in 2009.
  
 
[[Category: Boxing Media|Beiro, Mark]]
 
[[Category: Boxing Media|Beiro, Mark]]

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From the FBHOF:
Coming out of West Tampa, Mark Beiro started his announcing career at a young age, doing play-by-play for the West Tampa Little League. He must have been pretty good because it wasn’t long before he was recruited to do play-by-play at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His announcing career includes doing wrestling play-by-play and becoming known as the “Voice of Jai Alai” at the Tampa Jai Ali Fronton, reporting all the action on several bay area radio stations. But it was in the boxing ring that he got his big break. Doing the announcing for some of the bigger fights all over the world, he was hired by the producers of BattleBots.

Inducted into the Florida Boxing Hall of Fame in 2009.