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ESPN’s Megan Olevi says she’s “very hurt” by Stephen A. Smith, who overlooks her UFC coverage

Anchor praised UFC’s network coverage last month, but excluded Olivei from the tweet. ESPN’s UFC cover Megan Olivi was overlooked by network star Stephen A. Smith in a tweet about the UFC 260 coverage of the channel in March. A month later she is still quite depressed about it. “It was really hard for me,” she said during a Q & A after UFC261 on Friday. “I generally don’t like social media, but I’m doing them in the field to play a huge role in pre-match and post-match interviews. Then all on the air. Make a hit, become part of this team, and literally be the only woman on the pay-per-view team. ”She continued. “There is no other desk host. No one before or after the show. It’s literally just me and I’ve worked to be here. I wasn’t handed this. 10 years ago It was a very long journey, as anyone who has met me can prove. I did everything the right way to get here, and approved as my male colleague got. I was really very hurt because I didn’t get it. It was nice to see the MMA community turning their backs on it. “Also read: After the ESPN courtship failed, a bayless stick at Fox Sport Smith, who skips, doubled on Sunday with a tweet containing Oribi’s mention. And by the way … I would like to propose to ESPN’s Until UFC team again. @ Jon_Anik, @ dc_mma, @ joerogan, @ MeganOlivi, @ arielhelwani, @ bokamotoESPN. We simply have the best team, period. Also the main props to my guy @danawhite for this event. A packed house. The first sport to do it. # Thanks2AllOfYou-Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) April 25, 2021 On March 28, Smith tweeted. Ya got the cage side of @ dc_mma, @ joerogan, @ Jon_Anik. @ ChaelSonnen & @ bisping provide the colors. My brother @michaeleaves hosts post-combat coverage and @ bokamotoESPN and @arielhelwani are always on the scene. Olivi responded to the tweet at the time, saying, “Well, I’m there for a moment. I’ve forgotten someone.” In her comment on Friday, she said: “Unfortunately, the woman in this room has dealt with it before and has to deal with it in the future. I don’t think he did it intentionally.” Read the original story ESPN’s Megan Oliver Says Stephen A. Smith was “very hurt” by overlooking UFC coverage in The Wrap

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