BORN-In the famous city of Angels, That’s right East Los Angeles Cali.
SIGN- Sagittarius- Easygoing, Energetic And always has a positive outlook on life!..YUP, THATS ALL ME!
My Fam bam
My Job of course
Making people laugh even if sometimes the jokes on me =]
Watching cit-com’s, Reality, & Comedy shows
Singing in the shower. Who doesn’t right?
SPIDERS Eew Super scared of ‘em!
People who pick there nose in public.
Born in raised in Central Cali, CK is proud to call Fresno home. Being the newest member of the B95 and the Juice Crew morning show is "a big deal, it's like coming back home."
Fresno is where he met his wife, while working at B95 back in the day.
CK's history includes previously working for Clear Channel in San Francisco, Portland, and Tucson. CK is a proud father of four, with three of his children attending Clovis Unified Schools.
He plans are to continue to volunteer at California Odyssey, a local non-profit soccer club and he'll also volunteer in the classrooms at his children's schools.
At the end of the day, Fresno is his home and coming back to join B95 family is a dream come true.
LAS VEGAS — Floyd Mayweather Jr. admitted this week what many have long suspected — that he hand picks every opponent who enters the ring with him.
He also decides how much they get paid and what the contract details will be. So Robert Guerrero was somewhat prepared when Mayweather picked him to be the opponent for his first fight in a year Saturday night at the MGM Grand hotel.
What he wasn’t prepared for was what Mayweather’s camp insisted on putting in the contract.
‘‘He asked for a rematch clause. That was the very first thing,’’ Guerrero said. ‘‘It just shows me where his head is at.’’
Where Mayweather’s head is at has, of course, been the topic of many conversations over the years. When he fought last May against Miguel Cotto the worry among his fans was that he would be distracted by an upcoming jail sentence, though that turned out to be unfounded.
Talk to Mayweather now, and his head seems to be fine. So, too, are his reflexes at the age of 36, at least judged by a sparring session last week where he practiced landing right hand leads against a fighter mimicking Guerrero’s southpaw style.
He has to lose sometime because nearly every fighter not named Rocky Marciano lost at some point in their career. But Mayweather has a new six-fight TV deal that should cement his status as the world’s highest-paid athlete, and he doesn’t seem terribly concerned about a loss or a possible rematch of their welterweight title fight.
‘‘I’ve done this my whole life,’’ Mayweather said. ‘‘This is what I love to do.’’
Read more at http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2013/05/02/floyd-mayweather-set-fight-robert-guerrero/hjHhw3eQYkA433XbuyHZNK/story.html