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    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."

    Meet Ram Mani.

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

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

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

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    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 PlusJoin my cricket show & get that cricket excitement flowing through your veins.Slogan: Cricket is my birthright and I shall have it.Thanks for your supportRAM, your Host

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

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

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

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

    His dedication to his channel is extraordinary.

    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.

    View this video on YouTube

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

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

    View this video on YouTube

    Someone give this man a job.


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