- Full Name Bob Menery
- Occupation Sportscaster, Podcast Host, Instagram Personality
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Massachusetts, USA
- Birth Date Jun 10, 1987
- Age 35 Years, 3 Months
“[What you’re doing is] finding a way to use the people that you talk to every single day that you’re picking their brains and being a sponge and finding a way through six degrees of separation to kind of figure out who the right people are to get you [where you need to go]. Then really go to those people and really look them in the eye and tell them how bad you fucking want it.”
“It’s okay to go back to your family and reset. It’s okay to take a reset and a breather. You know, don’t be ashamed of it. If you have to come home with a tail between your legs and be like, ‘Alright, I’m fucking up. Let’s reset. And then let’s go back in,’ that’s okay. I still have that happen.”
Bob Menery | Biography 2021Menery is the host of the Nelk YouTube channel's podcast 'Full Send'
Bob's brother-in-law offered him a chance to be an extra in Mike Constantino, a YouTube rapper's music video. It was on the set, Menery met David Justin, a key figure in his career. Menery casually pulled out his sportscaster's imitation. David instantly grabbed his camera and started filming. The impersonation video went viral the next day.
Bob Menery, also known as "the man with the golden voice," is an American sports commentator and Instagram personality.
Who is Bob Menery?
Bob Menery is an R-rated sports commentator and the voice of America's sports bar franchise Buffalo Wild Wings. He also hosts of the Nelk YouTube channel's podcast 'Full Send.' The Instagram celebrity has over 2.9 million followers. He became an Instagram sensation after posting parodies and drive-through pranks with his impersonated sportscaster voice.
Bob Menery was born on 10 June 1987 in Massachusetts. He had a natural knack for making people laugh since childhood.
In January 2020, he had posted a twelve-minute video on his YouTube account, providing a glimpse inside his personal life. He remembered himself as a goofy child in that video. He used to get detention in elementary school for making laughter among other students during the class. Similarly, he would constantly use his sportscaster voice to entertain his friends.
Menery was aware of the advantage of his "golden voice" since his young age but had no sense of direction in its utilization. With time, he developed an aspiration to be an actor and comedian, and he enrolled at New York Film School at the age of 23. After that, he moved to Los Angeles, California, hoping to pursue a career as an actor. But, soon, he began partying and got distracted throughout his stay in Los Angeles. During this period, he worked as a golf caddie, which he still claimed as one of his favorite professions to this day.
"I'll tell you what, caddying was one of the most amazing jobs that I've ever had in my life. Believe it or not, [I truly] miss it", Menery said in an interview with Ed Mylett in 2020.
However, no matter how much he enjoyed caddying, Menery became dissatisfied with no knowledge about monetizing his advantageous voice and eventually resorted to cocaine.
In no time, Menery found himself in a predicament when he overdrew his bank account by $700 and had no place to reside. It took him many hours to drive to an area where he parked his car and slept for the night. He would get up in the wee hours of the morning every day and go to the YMCA to clean himself up before heading to his golf caddy job.
The Big Break
Menery was on crystal methamphetamine while he was sheltering on his car one day. The drug stimulated him into hallucination, and Menery drove about his car for two days straight, tripping out and not sleeping a wink. He had no idea of what happened that day until today. But, he somehow pulled into the CVS parking lot and ran into the store. In no time, the police arrived, and he was taken to the hospital.
Menery said in an interview with Ed Mylett in 2020 that he intended to stay in the hospital indefinitely. But, after the hospital discharged him, he was brought back to his family by his friend Ernie.
Few days after returning home, Bob's brother-in-law offered him a chance to be an extra in Mike Constantino, a YouTube rapper's music video. It was on the set, Menery met David Justin, a key figure in his career. Menery casually pulled out his sportscaster's imitation when David inquired about him. David instantly grabbed his camera and started filming. The impersonation video went viral the next day.
The Viral moment
Menery's phone blew up the next day. He was playing golf with his friend Don Stanley at Stanley's Member-Guest at that time and was genuinely confused and unsure of what was happening. Leaving the situation aside, he went on to play with Stanley at his request, and on his return, Menery witnessed 316 missed calls from managers, agents, and the media. Menery became an overnight sensation.
"The next day, my phone was like 'bling, bling, bling, bling' and kept blowing up like crazy…and I had witnessed what it was like to go viral on the internet, which was very interesting," Golf reported Menery's story in 2020.
That moment provided the springboard for everything Bob does now, including being the voice of Buffalo Wild Wings, partnering with celebrities, and having millions of followers on Instagram.
Menery's Instagram handle is filled with his sportscasting impersonations to entertain his 2.9 million followers as of August 2021. His Instagram handle is believed to be his major source of income.
The bio in his Instagram reads "R rated sports commentator," "Host of the (fullsendpodcast)."
On 25 February 2019, Menery disclosed his relationship with the luxury travel and golf editor, Katie Kearney, through a Twitter post. "Meet my girlfriend," he captioned a video of Katie throwing a baseball. On 5 July 2019, Menery again took to Twitter to wish her for her birthday. The post said, "Happy birthday to my beautiful gal (KatieKearney) .... Words can't describe how much I love you:)."