has done what most professional athletes can only aspire to do. He turned his
years on the playing field, into decades on the TV screen. He did this by being
smart while in the media spotlight as a player. Now, with J2SC, he’s teaching
players and coaches how to make a real impact when that camera light goes on.
the host of the original American Gladiators, and now as a part of the WWE
(World Wrestling Entertainment) broadcast team. Mike has proven that being
“media savvy” on the playing field can bring great rewards later on.
first came into the national spotlight as an All-American fullback and Big Ten
MVP when he played football for the Northwestern University Wildcats. He went
on to a successful seven year career in the NFL, playing with the Kansas City
Chiefs, New York Jets, and finally the Chicago Bears where he shared the
backfield with the legendary Walter Payton.
Adamle hung up his jersey, he immediately picked up a microphone. He joined NBC
Sports where he hosted SportsWorld and co-hosted the networks pre-game shows.
He went on to become the sideline reporter for ABC Sports and handled
assignments for ABC’s Wild World of Sports.
then came back to the city where he made is mark, becoming a Sports Anchor/Reporter
at the top rated WLS-TV in Chicago. He stayed a fixture in the Windy City for
six years before he left to become host of the syndication powerhouse, American
Gladiators. From there, it was on to ESPN, and finally back to local sports at
NBC5 in Chicago. In 2008,
Mike joined the WWE as an on-air personality.