Rob Zepeda - Executive Editor
Rob Zepeda has been covering the San Diego Chargers since 2006. BOLTHYPE was originally conceived as a journal in which notes from Chargers training camps could be posted. Since then, BOLTHYPE has grown to offer exclusive player interviews, podcasts, in-depth analysis, updates from camps, and Chargers news from around the web.
In addition to his work at BOLTHYPE , Rob Zepeda also worked for AOL's Fanhouse as their Chargers blogger.
The ultimate goal for BOLTHYPE is to become the premier Chargers blog on the internet, and to be recognized as one of the foremost destinations for thoughtful Chargers analysis.
ABOUT ROB ZEPEDA:
In addition to the Chargers, Rob Zepeda enjoys other hobbies such as video games and muay thai; he works full-time in the video game industry and has been a muay thai practitioner for 3 years, traveling to Thailand twice to train, as well as training and fighting here in the states:
Anderson Silva, UFC Champion
Thierry Sokoudjou, UFC Fighter
Naruepon Fairtex, Muay Thai Champion
PUBLIC RELATIONS INFO:
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We are always looking for sponsors to help provide the financial support necessary to grow BOLTHYPE into the preferred destination for San Diego Chargers news, opinion, analysis, and commentary. Please contact Rob Zepeda with all inquiries!
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