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Aaron Atayde

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Other names  Josh Strike
TV shows  PBA on Sports5
Role  DJ
Name  Aaron Atayde
Years active  2007–present

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Full Name  Aaron Joshua Atayde
Born  March 10, 1986 (age 29) (1986-03-10) Philippines
Occupation  DJ, Sportscaster, TV Host
Education  Adamson University, De La Salle University

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Aaron Joshua "Josh Strike" Atayde (born March 10, 1986) is a DJ, TV host, and sports anchor for ABS-CBN Sports' coverage of the UAAP. He is now sports anchor for UFL on AKTV and doing courtside reportage for PBA.


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Life and career

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Atayde is a son of Tony the Green Mind, and a brother to Nike Philippines' Tony Atayde.

Atayde is a graduate of AB Communication Arts in De La Salle University. He started his career as a courtside reporter for UAAP Seasons 70 and 71 for Adamson University Soaring Falcons. After serving for 2 years, he went-on to be part of the play-by-play panel since 2009.

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He hosts the Quick-E technology show for Studio 23.

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Atayde started out as one of the Junior Jocks of Magic 89.9 radio for the year 2007. He uses the moniker, "Josh Strike".

He is currently doing courtside reporting for PBA on AKTV and being the main prensenter of UFL.

He is also one of the host for "SLAMRadioPH", A weekly podcast about the PBA in


  • Wildcard (2008–2010) ABS-CBN Sports
  • Quick-E (2009–2010) Studio 23
  • Pa-Bida Ka! (2010–2011) Studio 23
  • PBA on AKTV (2011–2014) AKTV
  • UFL (2011–present) AKTV
  • NCAA on Sports5 (2012-2014) AKTV
  • PBA Money Ball: Dribol of Da Pipol (2014) TV5
  • PBA on TV5 (2014-present) as commentator TV5
  • Sports5 Center (2015–present) as co-host TV5
  • Rio Olympics Special Coverage on TV5 (2016) TV5
  • Radio

  • The Strike Zone (2007–present)
  • Magic Weekend (2008–present)
  • The Rundown (2015–present)
  • Magic 30 (2008–2011)
  • References

    Aaron Atayde Wikipedia