Select Page

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN PA →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN CO →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN WV →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN IL →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN IN →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN NJ →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY IN IA →

SEE WHERE YOU CAN PLAY →

Ain’t Hard To Tell

The Dink Pickleball Presents: PicklePod

Ain’t Hard To Tell

Hosted By, Bryan Fonseca and Dexter Henry

On “Ain’t Hard To Tell”, Sports journalists Bryan Fonseca & Dexter Henry talk about the latest in the world of sports, music & pop culture in a podcast where it ain’t hard to tell who keeps it real!

MEET THE HOSTS

Dexter Henry

Dexter Henry

Award-winning video journalist

Dexter Henry is a Brooklyn born and raised, multi-talented video journalist. Dexter obtained a B.A. in Media Communications after graduation from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005 and has over twelve years of experience in journalism both in broadcast and print media. He has written for the Brooklyn View, New York SportsScene Magazine, the Canarsie Courier, NYCHoops.net and RedStormReport.com.

In 2010 Dexter founded his own media outlet Backpack Broadcasting and has produced live and original content including the web series ‘The Sports Walk’ (a 2017 NYC WebFest Official Selection), ‘Sideline Stories’ & the ‘Ain’t Hard To Tell Podcast’. Dexter also served as a freelance video journalist for the News 12 Networks and Nets Daily.com, a sideline reporter for the Terrier Sports Network and the New Media Coordinator at St. Francis College.

Bryan Fonseca

Bryan Fonseca

Award-Winning Creative | Writer | Talker | Host

Bryan Fonseca’s award-winning career as a content creator, journalist, producer, on air talent, and podcaster, includes work with MSG Networks, Deadspin, SLAM, and SB Nation, as well as the independent media circuit.

He’s a creator of and has co-hosted the People’s Choice Podcast Awards nominated Ain’t Hard To Tell Podcast with Dexter Henry since 2017. His 2018 documentary, La Cultura: A Puerto Rican Boxing Story, won first place at the 2020 Global Independent Film Awards for Best Short Film and Best Sports Film. The piece also awarded him honors in the Best Latino Screenwriter and Best Latino Director categories. He also founded the digital series Side Hustle in 2019, which has won several awards in independent film festivals, including second place at the 2020 International New York Film Festival for Best Web/TV series.

A 2016 graduate of St. Francis College in Brooklyn, Bryan currently resides in New York City

Latest Show News