Besides his successful career, his fans are keen to know his net worth, salary, and properties. So today we are going to talk about Petros Papadakis' net worth and his properties.
The talented television and radio personality, Petros Papadakis has an estimated net worth of $14 million. declared as the Most Inspirational Player by his USC teammates, Petros Papadakis has undoubtedly enriched the USC football practices and also in the sports reporting arena.
Petros Papadakis source: Fox Sports
His work includes Fox Sports Radio and TV reporter for Fox. His net worth isn't disclosed by the media but considering his achievements and fame, it shouldn't be less than a million dollar.
Petros Papadakis source: Laughstub
He is well known as the co-host of Petros and Money Show on Fox Sports Radio (FSN). By which he has earned huge fame and extreme amount of money.
Papadakis is the talented person who has experience in different sectors. His family has long-held ties to USC sports. He started his college at the University of California, Berkeley. He left Cal Fall football training camp, undetected, in the middle of the night and hitchhiked back to Los Angeles after being homesick after one week.
Petros Papadakis source: Sportstalker
In 1999 and 2000, he was named USC's team captain. However, he broke his foot in August 1999, requiring several operations that caused him to miss that season. After a month of rehabilitation, Papadakis returned in 2000.
Petros Papadakis source: facebook
In 2002 and 2003 Papadakis continued broadcasting on FSN and work as a sideline reporter for FSN's High School Game of the week. He also became the host of the USC Magazine show on FSN.
In 2004, Fox Sports Net appointed him to comment on national PAC-10 games alongside Barry Tompkins. Petros had no booth knowledge when FSN named him its top color analyst.
Petros Papadakis Source: Journal
From 2006 to 2010, Papadakis called a number games as part of the California State high school Bowl Championship game on FSN.
Currently, Papadakis provides analysis for Fox Sports on their college football telecasts as well as FS1's Fox Sports Live studio show.