Dianna Russini is an American sports journalist who came to fame as a host for NFL and an analyst for ESPN.

If you watch American football broadcasted by ESPN, then surely you must know about the glorious anchor, Dianna Russini. Her life is full of motivation, and so she became an inspiring role to lots of young female journalists.

Dianna Russini’s Net Worth in Millions

There is an assumption that Dianna holds the net worth of $2 million. As of 2020, the annual salary of Russini is $300,000 from her successful reporting career with ESPN. Furthermore, she receives an extra sum of money from her radio and TV guest appearances as a sports expert.

The American sports journalist made her fortune from her career as a TV host and also as a sports pundit. Undoubtedly, Russini is a regular ESPN anchor; she takes home decent cash from the channel.

Dianna Russini’s Love Life

The 36 years old Dianna Russini is single for now. However, there is a rumor that name has been linked to many people. In 2008, Dianna was dating David Wright, a former professional baseball third baseman who even served as the captain for the New York Mets of MLB. Most significantly, she was a great fan of the captain.

Unfortunately, the relationship of the captain and reporter didn’t last long. David tied the knot to Molly Beers, whereas Dianna is enjoying her single life.

Dianna Russini’s Loneliness

Although Dianna romanced with several men, she didn’t marry any of them. Indeed, Russini deliberately posts on her Twitter, complaining about her lonely life. Hence, we got screenshots of some of the posts from 2013, 2014, and 2015!

Allegations Made to Dianna Russini

The 5 feet 6 inches tall woman faced a gossip with being in a relationship with Scot McCloughan. As a matter of fact, Scot’s wife Jessica MaCloughan accused her of being her husband’s “side chick” and claimed Russini exchanged information about her husband’s team.

Mrs. McCloughan later said that it was inappropriate to accuse Russini and also she apologized stating,

I sincerely apologize for the disparaging remarks about an ESPN host on my personal Twitter account. The comment was inappropriate, and I apologize for both the reporter and ESPN. I regret that my actions have resulted in undeserved negative attention to the Redskins organization and its leadership. My post in no way reflects the opinions or attitudes of the organization, and I regret that my action has in any way negatively affected the team and its loyal fan base.

Dianna Russini’s Early life

Dianna Marie Russini (commonly known as Dianna Russini) was born on February 11, 1983, in Bronx, New York. Later, Russini grew up in Norwood, New Jersey where she attended Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan. Furthermore, she studied at George Mason University where played women’s soccer for four seasons.

During that time Dianna joined WNBC in New York as she was the youngest reporter hired there.

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Dianna shifted to Seattle as a reporter where she hosted and reported for CSN Northwest, News 12 Westchester and NBC stations: WRC-TV, WNBC, and WVIT. Finally, Russini got appointed to ESPN SportsCenter as an anchor in 2015.

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