On the whole, FS1’s Undisputed is unbearable. Skip Bayless is a lunatic, Shannon Sharpe has an ear-piercing voice, and it’s about way, wayyyy too long of a show. That said, Undisputed does have one redeeming quality, and that’s its moderator, Joy Taylor.
Taylor, who seems destined to end up on ESPN with all the other gorgeous female sportscasters, is actually the younger sister of Hall Of Fame defensive lineman Jason Taylor. She attended Barry University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Communications in 2009 was the host of radio show “The Noise” and serving as the manager for Barry University’s radio station “WBRY 1640 AM” while finishing her degree.
Before joining Fox Sports 1, Taylor was the host of Fantasy Football and Thursday Night Live Today on CBSSports.com. She also worked three years at 790 AM The Ticket, where she began as the producer then eventually becoming the co-host for 790 AM The Ticket’s morning sports radio show “The Ticket Morning Show.”
On March 17, 2016, Taylor made her first television appearance on Fox Sports 1 radio television talk show “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” as a guest news reporter. On August 15, 2016, it was announced by Fox Sports that Taylor will be the moderator for Fox Sports 1’s upcoming sports debate show “Skip and Shannon Undisputed” with commentators Skip Bayless and former NFL tight end and former CBS Sports analyst Shannon Sharpe.
Oh, and she also MURDERS the boomerang game:
So shout out to Joy for making Undisputed tolerable — hopefully, she’ll head over to the Mothership sooner rather than later.