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The Sultry Marisol Gonzalez Set Super Bowl Media Day On Fire, So Here’s A Photo Gallery

The internet has been all abuzz — nay, in a complete frenzy —  over Mexican reporter Marisol Gonzalez’s arrival on the Super Bowl Media Day scene earlier today, so obviously there would be no better time to surrender to the temptation of abject pandering and issue forth a Marisol Gonzalez photo gallery. And a hefty one at that, as you will see below.

But here at the Sportress of Blogitude, we do not only pander (that would be far beneath the lofty aspirations of the site — ahem), we also wish to provide some informative — perhaps some might even say educational — context prior to the offering of ogle-worthy images. With than in mind, yours truly set forth on a fact-finding mission about just who exactly this Marisol Gonzalez is: her past, her future, her professional dreams, her aspirations and so on and so forth.

And by “set forth on a fact-finding mission,” I of course mean lazily looking up some stuff on Wikipedia. Hey, it’s more than most of the sites are doing, so step off.

What I discovered about this lovely journalist:

  • she was born March 12, 1983 in Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico
  • she competed in the Miss Universe 2003 pageant
  • she is currently a sports reporter for Televisa Deportes
  • She made her debut as an actress in 2005 on the telenovela Contra viento y marea
  • She was engaged to 21-year-old “Canelo” Saúl Álvarez, an undefeated Mexican Boxing prospect

Was engaged, eh? Interesting. And of course, since I gleaned this information from Wikipedia, we can all accept it as certifiable fact.

Anyhoo, on to the photo gallery. That’s what you’re all here for anyway.

I look forward to her contributions to the dull world of sports journalism for years to come.

With all due respect, Ines Sainz, your reign as the Queen of Mega-Hottie Sports Journalists at the Super Bowl is now over. Long live the rule of Marisol Gonzalez!