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Matthew E. O'Neil

Matthew E. O'Neil

Downtown Plymouth,Massachusetts

Downtown Plymouth,Massachusetts

Matthew E. O'Neil (born March 7, 1976 Newton, Massachusetts) is a journalist and writer. The Everipedia articles that he has created have been regenerated to History Today's website.[58] He graduated with Bachelor of Science from Colorado Christian University (CCU) in 2001 with a degree in Computer Information Systems Management. CCU has a main campus in Lakewood, Colorado. He competed in USA Boxing sanctioned matches in 1998 and 1999.[70]

As of February 2021, he is ranked as the #1 all time editor for Everipedia.

His articles are on Facebook groups and Reddit and have been used as a reference for articles for the website Plex.page.[67] Everipedia has been used as a source for the Daily Mail and the U.K. newspaper The Independent.[45] [50]

Everipedia also created a partnership the Associated Press in 2020.[47] The company is run for profit and it has a business office on Wilshire Blvd. in Santa Monica, California.[49] Everipedia (Cryptocurrency) has a supply cap of at least $140 million US dollars. He is listed as an author at Amazon.com, and was issued Amazon Standard Identification Numbers by the company.[73] O'Neil was published by Amazon.com in Canada, Germany, Australia, United States, and the United Kingdom in 2021. He has shows on Spotify and Deezer. O'Neil is on Amazon Music in thirteen different countries.[75]

Early Life & Education

Colorado Christian University

Colorado Christian University

O'Neil graduated from Plymouth North High School in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1994. He attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst as a teenager and earned thirty credits. O'Neil graduated from with a B.S. degree from Colorado Christian University in 2001 and a M.B.A. from Regis University in 2004. He also graduated with an A.A.S. from the Community College of the Air Force on February 11, 1999 with a degree in Information Systems Technology. In 2013, he passed 18 credits with a C average from American Business and Technology University. O'Neil discussed religion on the Denver based podcast The Never Ending Hijrah on August 19, 2020. He was on the show at the 16:57 mark.[19]


Harry Reid International Airport

Harry Reid International Airport

O'Neil set up face to face agency acquisition interviews for Nationwide Insurance agents on behalf of Northfield Leads Inc. in 2017 and 2018. He had a salaried position for Harvard University in 2002. He worked unassisted at the base communications center on Schriever Air Force Base in 2000.

In September 2020, he hosted the Everipedia Boxing Show which is found on Blogtalkradio.[24] The program is on Google Podcasts.[29] It is also available on Deezer, Soundcloud [31] and Spotify. Spotify is on the New York Stock Exchange.[30]

He ran for Clark County Commission in Nevada against Rory Reid in 2006 and lost. O'Neil had social security retirement (40 points) as well as a B.S. and M.B.A. from accredited universities on election night. Rory Reid's father, Harry Reid, was a U.S. Senator from 1987 to 2016 and Harry Reid International Airport was named after him in 2021. O'Neil has been a registered Republican since 2012.[74]


O'Neil Defeated Hartzog

O'Neil Defeated Hartzog

O'Neil has covered the careers of Michael Williams Jr. and DeMarcus Corley for Everipedia. He interviewed Dewey Cooper and asked his opinion of the Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder II boxing match. As of March 24, 2020 he is ranked #1 all time in the number of edits at Everipedia. O'Neil is in contact with Top Rank, Don King Productions, MTK Global and Mayweather Promotions.

O'Neil was on the Fight News Unlimited Combat Sports Show with Rich Bergeron on June 19, 2020.[14] The Wes Watson article that he created has over 12,000 views. The Ori Spado article that he created has over 9,800 views. The Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Logan Paul page that he created over 5,200 views. O'Neil also created the John Gotti III page which has over 10,000 views. He contacted SAG Boston and has created many articles on actors listed in the Internet Movie Database. O'Neil has made Everipedia pages on many semi professional football leagues.[60][61]


He has been on numerous podcasts speaking about Everipedia, including The Ron Kelly Show, Conversations LIVE! with Cyrus Webb, The Boze Noze Show, The Von Wehunt Show and Bhaby Seve Talk Show.[46]

He was also on the New York based program Making The Connection with Soke Haisan Kaleak on January 22, 2021.[44] O'Neil's work is featured on the Internet website Coingazer.com.[53] The Everipedia articles that he created were on History Today's website in 2021.[54] History Today's primary advertiser is PowerInbox.[57] O'Neil's articles on History Today features advertisements from https://www.hawalili.com/. His articles also feature advertisements for Amazon.com, Chambordliqueur.com and Zwnnioptical.com.[55][56]



O'Neil is the author of the audiobooks the Everipedia Boxing Show, MTK Global On Everipedia and the Everipedia Mob Chronicles.

The books are available on Amazon.com and were released by the company in July and August of 2021. Each book was assigned an ASIN. ASIN stands for Amazon Standard Identification Number. It’s a unique identifier of 10 letters and/or numbers for a product that’s assigned by Amazon.com. It’s primarily used for product-identification within their product catalog of billions of items. [62][63][64] His audiobooks are also listed on the website of the South African based company WantItAll.[69] O'Neil was on Blogtalkradio on an episode of Burning Bush Writers Academy Free Online Writing School on October 11, 2021. [72]

His paperback book MTK Global On Everipedia was published on August 14, 2022.

There is an ebook kindle version available in thirteen different countries.

USA Boxing

Beat Div 1a Scholarship Athlete

On Fight News Unlimited

On Fight News Unlimited

He competed in two USA Boxing sanctioned bouts winning both by stoppage. He knocked out Jeffrey Naquin for a ten count. Naquin was a scholarship athlete on the 1991 LSU Tigers baseball team. Naquin was also on the 1993 LSU Tigers baseball team. Both teams won the College World Series. Naquin's signed 1991 LSU National Baseball team baseball bat is for sale on the website WorthPoint. Naquin's picture and information can be found on page 115 of the 2017 LSU Baseball Media Guide.[76]

Beat U.S. Army World Class Athlete

O'Neil tko'd 1997-1998 all army superheavyweight champion Preston Hartzog in 1999. Hartzog was in the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program on Fort Carson Army Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado. That program is heavily funded. Hartzog won fifteen professional boxing matches between 2001 and 2005, losing only one close decision. Hartzog had a draw in a professional boxing match against Ultimate Fighting Championship pioneer Patrick Smith. In 1993, Smith was ranked number one as a superheavyweight kickboxer in the United States and he held a number five ranking internationally. Hartzog beat Preston Hartzog in a mixed martial arts fight at Neal S. Blaisdell Center on November 14, 2000. Correira competed in four Ultimate Fighting Championship events from 2002 to 2004. He also defeated Eric Esch and Tank Abbott. Correira's signed UFC Vintage glove sold for $70 or best offer on eBay in 2019. Hartzog won the United States Armed Forces Championship in the superheavyweight division in 1997.

Inspired By Mayweather-McGregor

O'Neil was inspired to release his amateur boxing career because of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor boxing match. McGregor made one of the largest paydays in boxing history without a noteworthy amateur boxing win. O'Neil's boxing career was covered by Intuboxing in April 2020. He was on the Ringside Reporter in September 2020.[26]




His work has been on Pinterest. Pinterest is on the New York Stock Exchange.[22][23][44]

The Grueling Truth

On The Grueling Truth

On The Grueling Truth

Matthew E. O'Neil was on an episode of The Grueling Truth in February 2020 in which he spoke about his boxing match with Hartzog. O'Neil was interviewed by Mike Goodpaster and Jeremiah Preisser. Goodpaster is the former head coach of the Owensboro Rage, Evansville Rage and the Northern Kentucky River Monsters; the teams were part of the defunct Continental Indoor Football League. Preisser is a member of the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.

The Grueling Truth is a website and company that covers sports.

They follow National Collegiate Athletic Association football and basketball as well as all of the major professional sports.

It was founded in 2015.[41]

Split Decisions

New York Based Podcast

New York Based Podcast

O'Neil was on episode 18 of the Internet podcast "Split Decisions", which is an AkHi TV production. He was interviewed by the shows hosts at the 1 hour 44th minute of the broadcast. The program is based out of New York City. O'Neil was on episode 26 of "Split Decisions" in March 2020; he was on the show at the 37th minute.



O'Neil created the page John Hewitt and contacted TMZ by phone with the information. A representative from TMZ answered the phone and took down the information. TMZ is a celebrity news website that debuted on November 8, 2005. It was a collaboration between AOL and Telepictures Productions, a division of Warner Bros until TimeWarner divested AOL in 2009. The name TMZ stands for thirty-milezone, the historic "studio zone" within a 30-mile (50 km) radius centered at the intersection of West Beverly Boulevard and North La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. O'Neil also created the page Shirley Hewitt and re-edited the James Hewitt page.

General David Petraeus

He contacted the office of General David Petraeus and clarified his position on The Taliban. He also inserted videos to The General's Everipedia page. O'Neil created No Time For Spectators. He also created the Ori Brafman page.

Mayweather Promotions

O'Neil has spoken with representatives from Mayweather Promotions by phone and has created pages for many of their top fighters.

He inserted videos for seventeen Floyd Mayweather professional boxing matches.

O'Neil has also spoken with a PR representatives from Top Rank and he created the pages Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin, Tyson Fury vs. Tom Schwarz and Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder II. Tyson Fury is the lineal/WBC heavyweight champion and his bouts are promoted by Top Rank in the United States. He also created the pages the National Boxing Hall of Fame and the British & Irish Boxing Authority.

He created the pages Mayweather Boxing Club, Girl Collection, Kevin Newman II, Lanell Bellows and The Mayweather Boxing Channel. He created the page Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. DeMarcus Corley. O'Neil did two phone interviews with DeMarcus Corley of the Mayweather Boxing Club..

New York Golden Gloves

O'Neil created Everipedia pages for New York Golden Gloves boxers Mitchell Rose, Gary Bell and Zab Judah. He contacted Bell and Rose via Facebook to verify their personal information. O'Neil contacted Star Boxing Inc. and DiBella Entertainment by phone and created their pages. He created the page Bruce Silverglade and updated the Gleason's Gym page. He also created the Matthew Hilton vs. Buster Drayton page.

He created the page Tommy Morrison and updated the page Tommy Morrison. He contacted Morrison's former boxing trainer John Bray and updated his page. Morrison was the co-star of Rocky V. O'Neil created the page Trent Morrison and gave a copy to the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

Don King Productions

O'Neil spoke with Paul Vaden by phone in March 2020 where they spoke about Vaden's career. O'Neil reedited Vaden's Everipedia page. He also created the pages Dana Jamison, Michael Marley and King Ipitan; all three people have been affiliated with Don King Productions. He re-edited Siarhei Liakhovich.

Ori Spado

O'Neil corresponded with Ori Spado through Facebook and Linkedin and created the pages The Accidental Gangster and Ori Spado. Spado was personal friends with John Franzese for over forty years. He created the Anthony Ruggiano Jr. and Gregory Sam Vita pages.


He contacted Tom Vitorino by phone and told him that he updated the Ratt and Stephen Pearcy pages. Pearcy is the lead singer of Ratt. Vitorino is the manager of Ratt. Ratt has four multi-platinum albums.

The Boxing Source

O'Neil was on The Boxing Source on December 6, 2020.[36] The episode is available on iHeartRadio.[37]

Everipedia Pages Created

Some of his work can be found on Matthew's February Pages and matthew's march pages, matthew's april pages, matthew's may pages, Matthew's June pages, Matthew's July pages, matthew's august pages, matthew's september pages, matthew's october pages, matthew's november pages, matthew's december pages, matthew's january pages, matthew's february pages (2021), matthew's march pages (2021), matthew's april pages (2021), matthew's may pages (2021), matthew's june pages (2021), matthew's july pages (2021),matthew's august pages (2021), matthew's september pages (2021), matthew's october pages, Matthew's Novemer Pages (2021), Matthews December Pages (2021), Matthew's January pages (2022), Matthew's February Pages (2022), Matthew's March pages 2022, Matthew's April pages (2022), matthew's may pages (2022), matthew's june pages (2022), Matthew's july pages, Matthew's August Pages 2022, Matthew's September Page 2022. He belonged to the Everipedia's December Editing Challenge (2019) and the Everipedia's January Editing Challenge (2020). He has also created and edited many other pages not found on those lists. He was on the Survivor Whispers Weekly Podcast for over 40 minutes in December 2020.[34] He was on The Von Wehunt Show on January 14, 2021. O'Neil's work can be found at The Coin Detective.[51][52]


O'Neil's biological son was concieved when he was an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces in 2000.

His biological son was born when he was a member of the Individual Ready Reserve. His son's name is Dan Marshall. Dan Marshall's mother's name is Patricia Marshall. Everipedia is also a cryptocurrency.[65] Everipedia (IQ) is a cryptocurrency launched in 2018 and operates on the EOS platform. As of August 2021, Everipedia has a current supply of 10,013,898,377.831 with 9,558,933,497.881 in circulation. The last known price of Everipedia is 0.0028461 USD. It is currently trading on 16 active markets.[71]

On Social Media

  • He is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mattheweoneil8879/


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