Ines Sainz is a Mexican journalist who hosts the Spanish-language sports Interview program DxTips. Likewise, she is also the journalist for Azteca Deportes, Mexico's TV Azteca television network. She also works as an English language hostess for a boxing match.
Ines Sainz was born on September 20, 1978, in Mexico City, Mexico, to Juanita Gallo and Alejandro Sainz. Her nationality is Mexican and belongs to North American ethnicity.
At the age of 14, Ines became a black belt in taekwondo and competed in the National competition. However, her mother had a different professional choice for her, thus, she encouraged her towards professional modeling. Sainz then went for modeling, shooting commercials for Barcadi, Hoteles Mision, and Telcel.
Ines attended Universidad del Valle de Mexico and graduated with a bachelors degree in law. She then enrolled in Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro from where she got her master degree in tax law. In addition, Sainz also obtained her graduate degree in sports business administration.
During the 2000s, Ines appeared in magazines covers such as Revista Gente y la Actualidad, Maxim, H Para Hambres, and Esquire Mexico. She was also chosen as the fifth sexiest woman sports reporter in the world by FHM in August 2009. She was also featured in a TV series named Poker de retinas in 2008.
Likewise, Sainz is also the spokesperson for companies such as Telcel, Splenda, Scotia Bank, Corona, Quaker State, Jumex Sport, Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz.
Similarly, as a sports reporter, Sainz has interviewed many sports personality. She has interviewed Tennis players like Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal; basketball players like Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant; association football players like Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Zinedine Zidane, Lionel Messi, Rivaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo and baseball players like Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez.
Sainz had already covered three Champions League, Four NBA Finals, 2004 Athens Olympics and the 2006 World Cup by July 2006. By 2009, she had covered six Super Bowls. The first Super Bowl she hosted was in 2002, Super Bowl XXXVI.
In order to promote American football player to the Mexican audience, in January 2009 during the Super Bowl XLIII, Sainz ran an informal biceps competition where she awarded Arizona Cardinals’ defensive end, Antonio Smith, the ‘Strongest Right Arm’ award.
Later, Sainz was hired by the Boxing promotion company Top Rank to conduct pre-events reports and interviews and offering ringside commentary for Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito World Super Welterweight Championship bout in Arlington, Texas on November 13, 2010. Sainz also co-hosted broadcast commentary for March 12, 2011, Miguel Cotto vs. Ricardo Mayorga. It was announced that in 2016, Sainz would be a host on the Netflix reality show Ultimate Beastmaster.
On September 13, 2010, Sainz was involved in a controversy with the National Football League, New York Jets (NYJ). While waiting for Jets players and coaches in the locker, she became the target of offensive comments. The Jets owner Woody Johnson apologized to her personally for that incident.
Ines is in a marital relationship with a Mexican TV producer Hector Perez Rojano since 1998. The pair has four children together: Maria Ines, Eduardo, Hector, and Maya. They are currently living a happy married life without any sign of getting a divorce.
Ines was previously married to William E. Selwyn. However, the reason behind the divorce is not revealed yet. Besides this, there is no information about her affairs, boyfriend, husband and past relationship.
Sainz stands 5 feet 8 inches and her weight is 58 kg. From her career as a model and TV, she has earned a pretty good amount. Her net worth is estimated to be around $4 million.
Ines is also active on Facebook with more than 170k followers. Similarly, she has more than 585k followers on Instagram and over 3.29 million follower on her Twitter.