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Jason Mohammad is a Welsh radio and television presenter who has hosted numerous programs centered on sports including rugby and snooker.
He has been working for the BBC since 1997 and currently hosts the late morning show on BBC Radio Wales, from 9 AM each weekday.
Jason was born in Cardiff, the United Kingdom on November 20, 1975, to a Pakistani father Afzal and Welsh mother Ely. He attended Glyn Derw High School and was later enrolled at the Swansea University to study Welsh and Politics.
He attended Cardiff University for a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism.
"I was fighting a younger fighter than me, I was the underdog.
A lot of people thought I was going to lose that fight.
"It was a difficult decision but I have achieved everything I wanted to achieve in boxing," he told BBC Sport. "You can never say never in this game, but I can't see myself boxing again. I'm proud to be one of only a few fighters in history to retire undefeated." Calzaghe, who was born in London but moved to Wales when he was two, chalked up an impressive record as an amateur, winning 110 of his 120 contests after taking up the sport at the age of nine.
He began his professional career with a first-round stoppage of Paul Hanlon on 1 October, 1993, going on to win seven of his first nine bouts in round one.
Roy lacks that marquee win to be an ATG and always fell short against the best. But the facts are 80% of the time he stepped up, he lost. I watched Roy's whole career and the guy Joe destroyed was prime RJJ.
Jason joined the BBC in 1997 as a reporter for BBC Wales Today before becoming the anchor of Wales on Saturday.