On the left is Roc-T a.k.a. Rock-T Holla while on the right is Stuart Scott.
Stuart Scott (July 19, 1965 – January 4, 2015) was an American sportscaster and anchor on ESPN, most notably on the network’s SportsCenter. Stuart Scott was well known for his hip-hop style and use of catchphrases, he was also a regular for the network in its National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Football League (NFL) coverage. Al Jaffe, ESPN’s vice president for talent, brought Stuart Scott to ESPN2 because they were looking for sportscasters who might appeal to a younger audience. Stuart Scott became one of the few African-American personalities who was not a former professional athlete. Stuart Scott was a regular on SportsCenter. At SportsCenter, Stuart Scott was frequently teamed with fellow anchors Rich Eisen, Steve Levy, Kenny Mayne, Dan Patrick, and others. Stuart Scott was a regular in the This is SportsCenter commercials. Stuart Scott was injured when hit in the face by a football during a New York Jets mini-camp on April 3, 2002, while filming a special for ESPN, a blow which damaged his cornea. He received surgery but afterwards suffered from ptosis, or drooping of the eyelid. Stuart Scott was diagnosed with cancer in 2007 he had surgery and underwent chemotherphy but the cancer returned in 2011, but it eventually went back into remission. He was again diagnosed with cancer on January 14, 2013. After chemo, Stuart Scott would do mixed martial arts and/or a P90X workout regimen. By 2014, he had undergone 58 infusions of chemotherapy and switched to chemotherapy pills. Stuart Scott also went under radiation and multiple surgeries as a part of his cancer treatment. Stuart Scott never wanted to know what stage of cancer he was in. Stuart Scott was honored at the ESPY Awards on July 16, 2014, with the Jimmy V Award for his ongoing fight against cancer. He shared that he had four surgeries in seven days in the week prior to his appearance, when he was suffering from liver complications and kidney failure. Stuart Scott told the audience: “When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live.” At the ESPYs, a video was also shown that included scenes of Scott from a clinic room at Johns Hopkins Hospital and other scenes from Scott’s life fighting cancer. Stuart Scott ended the speech by saying: “Have a great rest of your night, have a great rest of your life.”
Roc-T on The National Syndicated Rickey Smiley Morning Radio Show 97.9 FM, “97.9 The Beat” in Dallas/Fort Worth, Rock-T is the show’s sports editor, known for his mischievous “Jokes of the Day” and other playful antics. Roc-T also known as Rocky began his career as a pro baseball player with the New York Mets. After 4 years in Professional Baseball, he transitioned to Dallas radio where he contributed #1 On-Air Ratings on K104fm & 97.9 The Beat in every Time Slot: Morning Drive, Mid Days, Afternoon Drive and Nights. He Launched his Television Career as host of the popular hip hop series, “Dance Club 21″ which aired on CBS Affiliate TXA 21. You can see Rock-T Daily on the #1 Ranked TV Show “DISH NATION” on FOX TV. In addition to national radio and television, Rock T has been host to several national programs and events such as the 2011 Sprite Step Off Competition, Coca Cola at Essence Festival, McDonald’s Flavor Battle, NFL Superbowl, Kobe vs LeBron Sprite Uncontainable event at NBA All Star, NBA Jam Session, Red Bull King of the Rock, Red Bull FlugTag, McDonald’s CIAA Super Saturday, Vitamin Water, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Metro PCS. He is Founder of The Rock-T Youth Foundation which Powers STOMP WARS, The Nations #1 Rated Youth Step Competition & Teen Summit. His Annual HOOPS FOR HOPE Youth Basketball Tournament draws over 150 teams from all over the country. The Rock-T Youth Foundation is a non-profit organization providing positive influences for youth, dedicated to breaking the bondage of mental imprisonment and writing new productive chapters through artistic mediums and athletics. Rock-T is the Ambassador of Success For Teens- S.W.A.G. youth program, M.O.B. (Mothers Opposing Bulling & KP Scholars,making a phenomenal impact in school districts across the country. Rock-T lives by the motto: “NO EXCUSES! GET IT DONE”! He also goes by the moniker Rock-T HOLLA .
Roc-T and Stuart Scott look alike they rock the same low hair cut. They both unique eyes and a brown skin complexion men. Roc-T is the doppelganger for Stuart Scott. They even have a similar profession and personality.