OJ hs travelled to cities such as Cologne and San Jose to host the world-famous ESL gaming competitions and is about to embark on a six-day event at the Velodrome with Progress Productions.
He is a regular host on national station Absolute Radio, hosting his own show on Saturdays, entitled Rock n Roll Football where he chats about the sport and plays great music.
As well hosting the BAMMA's MMA coverage on Channel 5, deputising for Janice Long and Alex Lester on Radio 2, OJ has also previously taken over the Bespoke Cycling programme from Colin Murray on BBC 5live - meaning he now takes his love of bikes and gratuitously wearing lycra public.
OJ has also made his first programme in the states as one of the lead presenters for Gizmodo, the Gadget Testers, which aired coast to coast on BBC America mid-2013. It involved two of his main interests - gadgets and endangering his personal safety for dubious TV based reasons.
OJ featured as one of the regular presenters for the National Lottery on BBC1, hosting everything from the Christmas Special with Myleene Klass at the National History Museum to trying his luck at Olympic sports leading up to the London Olympics. Everything from whitewater Canoeing to High Board Diving. The latter going hideously wrong.
Starting in radio in Manchester OJ moved into TV hosting a daily live show for VH1 and the Film Show Screen for MTV as well as festival and Ibiza coverage for both. He was part of the team that Launched Nuts TV (not as rubbish as it sounds) and after a stint working back on the radio for Kerrang! he moved back up to Manchester to take over the Hometime show on Key 103.
OJ became one of the presenters on BeSpoked BBC5Live's dedicated cycling programme in 2014.