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Megan Olivi is an touchline reporter for NFL on FOX

Shortly after completing her master’s degree, Olivi was offered an opportunity to cover the sport of Mixed Martial Arts in Las Vegas, Nevada and decided to move across country and take a chance on this career opportunity.

After taking this new job, Olivi fell in love with the sport of Mixed Martial Arts while also continuing to polish her on-camera skills, most notably co-hosting the live Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Preshow Fight Day.

Olivi then went on to work for Fox Sports covering UFC events and hosting lifestyle segments for FoxSports.com. In February 2013, Olivi accepted a role as a correspondent for Fox 6 News San Diego covering the San Diego Padres as a Social Media Reporter while also hosting and producing a weekly magazine show called “Padres POV”.

Olivi soon moved on from her career with the Padres and returned to Las Vegas to pursue a reporting opportunity with the UFC where she currently travels the world covering UFC events.

Olivi also hosts UFC Ultimate Insider on Fox Sports 1. She also has a series on UFC Fight Pass, The Exchange With Megan Olivi.

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