World’s Biggest Cricket Fan Seeks Commentary Job After Uploading Over 2,200 Videos On YouTube

“Cricket is my birthright and I shall have it.”

1. Meet Ram Mani.

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2. Mani was born in Mumbai, India, lived in Dubai and has since migrated to Toronto, Canada.

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3. His Google + account lists his occupation as “customer service job”, but his real passion in life is cricket.

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4. Mani runs a YouTube channel called Cricket Happenings where he posts videos analysing matches from around the world.

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5. His YouTube profile states:

Cricket is my passion & I shall have it.

CRICKET HAPPENINGS SHOW. A testimony to my statement. This is a daily cricket show, which has cricket match reports, cricket summaries,previews,news & trivia.

You can also view me on Facebook,Twitter & Google Plus

Join my cricket show & get that cricket excitement flowing through your veins.

Slogan: Cricket is my birthright and I shall have it.

Thanks for your support

RAM, your Host

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6. And when he says cricket is his passion, he really means it…

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7. Since joining YouTube in January 2009, Mani has uploaded 2,240 videos about the sport.

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8. They almost all follow the same format, with Mani dressed in a shirt and tie addressing the camera.

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9. He provides analysis on international matches as well as the Indian Premier League (IPL).

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10. His dedication to his channel is extraordinary.

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11. Mani’s most popular video is his commentary on Ireland’s Kevin O’Brien scoring the fastest-ever World Cup century in a game against England in 2011.

At the time of writing, the video has received over 2,500 views.

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12. His Twitter profile states he is looking for cricket broadcasting or voiceover jobs.

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13. Someone give this man a job.

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14. Now!

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Richard James is the UK news editor for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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