One Nación will be hosted by ESPN’s SportsCenter anchor Max Bretos and ESPN Deportes’ Adriana Monsalve

ESPN Deportes and ESPN celebrate 25th Anniversary of Hispanic Heritage Month with special show
13 de septiembre de 2013

ESPN and ESPN Deportes kick off the month-long celebration with One Nación: ESPN Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Hispanic Heritage Month, a show centered around the countdown of the top 10 most influential Hispanic athletes of all times, airing on both networks Monday, September 17 at 8pm. Produced out of Los Angeles with a live audience, the 60-minute primetime special will reveal the countdown highlighting some of the most renowned Hispanic athletes, such as Roberto Clemente, Mariano Rivera, Lionel Messi and Óscar de la Hoya. The show will be bilingual with interviews and discussions in English and Spanish. One Nación will be hosted by ESPN Deportes’ Adriana Monsalve and ESPN’s SportsCenter anchor Max Bretos with a lineup of renowned guests that include: two of the greatest boxers of all time Roberto Durán and Julio César Chávez; former MLB stars and ESPN analysts Nomar Garciaparra and Candy Maldonado; Cuban-Puerto Rican softball star Lisa Fernández; Mexican-America former quarterback Jim Plunkett; first Hispanic starting quarterback in NFL Tom Flores; Puerto Rican hall of famer golf star Chi Chi Rodríguez; Puerto Rican actress Rosie Pérez; Roberto Clemente’s family including his wife Vera and two sons Luis and Roberto Jr.; and ESPN commentators Alexi Lalas, Adriana Monsalve, Fernando Palomo, and Jorge Ramos. One Nación is presented by Jack Daniel’s and Gillette. The two brands are integrated into the one-hour special show. In the social space, Gillette will sponsor a live Twitter fan vote encouraging fans to discuss the countdown and make their choice between the #1 and #2 athletes. Jack Daniel’s will sponsor a recap of the top ten athletes during the show as the top two athletes get revealed.