Huang Jianxiang

Huang Jianxiang (simplified Chinese: 黄健翔; traditional Chinese: 黃健翔; pinyin: Huáng Jiànxiáng; born January 20, 1968), is one of the best-known sports commentators in China, formerly of the state-run network China Central Television (CCTV). He was fairly well received in his commentating of football, particularly at the FIFA World Cup and the German Bundesliga, although he also commentated during various multi-sport events such as the Olympic Games and the Asian Games. He received international attention during a World Cup commentary incident on June 26, 2006 when he commentated on the match between Australia and Italy, where he yelled passionately for several minutes. Having already received widespread media attention in China for his alleged affair with SuperGirl Zhang Liangying and a widely publicized divorce case with his ex-wife, Huang's notorious commentary became extremely controversial, and propelled him to become the subject of hordes of criticism in print media and on the internet. He resigned from CCTV on November 2006 and joined Hong Kong's Phoenix TV.

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