Ray Lewis's Relationship History And More: Is He Married Or Dating In 2021?
Ray Anthony Lewis Jr is a former professional football player for the National Football League (NFL). An outstanding player in the field, his reputation, unfortunately, suffered a great slump after he was pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice in the murder of two men in 2000.
Ray Lewis was born on May 15, 1975, in Bartow, Florida. He was hailed as one of the greatest linebackers in the history of the NFL,
Lewis's childhood can be described as a nightmare for many. His father was absent for most of his childhood, and his stepfather was a raging alcoholic and also abusive towards his mother.
Ray has never been married in his life, and according to sources, he is single in 2021.
Ray Lewis's Past Relationship
Why did Ray Lewis choose to stay unmarried is a question to many, despite his long romantic relationships with few.
The NFL alum was even trashed brutally by a counterpart's wife, Anna Burns; she took on her Facebook and humiliate Ray, writing, "6 kids, 4 wives, acquitted for murder, what a hall of fame player" Ray didn't pay any heed to the comment though.
Ray Lewis has six kids from four different women, and he has never been married in his life. Photo Source: Fabwags
Ray Lewis was engaged to Tatyana McCall, who he'd known and dated for almost 20 years, but the duo called quits before their wedding. Ray dated Kimberly Arnold, Sharnika Kelly, for a brief period, who are a mother to his children. Ray has kept low ever-since his retirement from football in 2013.
Ray Lewis's Education And Career
Ray was a record-breaking high school wrestler in school, but he chose a different pursuit for himself when he enrolled in the University of Miami, where he began a member of the Miami Hurricanes Football team.
Ray Lewis was named rookie of the year in 1996 and had multiple accolades to his name. Photo Source: Playerwives
After earning much honor in his college football career, Ray went for the NFL draft in 1995 and was selected by the Baltimore Ravens and became rookie of the year just a year after his selection.
Ray had found his calling, and there was no stopping him; in coming years, he won the All-Pro honors 8 times and was hailed AP defensive player of the year in 2000 and 2003.
After his retirement, Lewis joined the sports network ESPN as a contributor to their NFL coverage. The champion maintained an active life even after his withdrawal from the sports world.