Micah Hyde is married to his wife Amanda Hyde since July 2018. His spouse's original name is Amanda Kamiksisian. The couple shares two kids, son Micah and daughter Maverick. Fans wonder about Amanda's age and Instagram.
Micah Hyde exited his post-game media briefing annoyed by a shameful question from WIVB journalist Jerry Sullivan, so viewers now wish to know about the Bills athlete's private affairs and marriage.
The Buffalo Bills were defeated 14-10 by the New England Patriots last Monday, and while they spoke to the press in a somber tone, one question upset them as Hyde and Jordan Poyer traded stares.
Fans are now intrigued in Micah Hyde's life beyond the NFL, particularly specifics about his family life, as a result of his startled response.
Continue reading to learn more about his wife, Amanda, and the media encounter.
Micah Hyde’s Wife Amanda Hyde: When Did They Get Married?
Micah Hyde's wife Amanda Hyde is of Middle Eastern origin and was born Amanda Kamiksisian.
She holds a marketing degree from San Diego State University and presently works as the Director of Marketing & Development at IMagINe for Adolescents Foundation, an organization that aims to give chances to youth suffering financial difficulties.
It's unclear how long Kamiksisian was in a relationship with Hyde prior to their marriage, but it's been stated that she was his longstanding girlfriend and that they have been together at least since September 2015.
The duo took wedding vows on 7th July 2018 at the Ritz Carlton in Laguna Niguel, California, after celebrating their engagement a year earlier on 21st July 2017.
Micah and Amanda welcomed their first child, son Micah Richmond Hyde Jr, on 18th March 2020, followed by their daughter, Maverick Hudson Hyde, on 30th August 2021, around two years later.
Despite fans' curiosity, Amanda's precise age is unclear at the moment. On the bright side, she is available on Instagram as @amandahyde_.
What Transpired with Micah Hyde in the Conference?
The Patriots won the game with only three passing attempts and two successful, making them second only behind the Bills vs. New York Jets contest in 1974 for the fewest total attempts of two passes.
Due to the windy weather, young quarterback Mac Jones completed the throws for a total of 19 yards last week. Enter local Buffalo journalist Jerry Sullivan, who continued to ask Hyde and Poyer if such a statistic made them humiliated.
Does that embarrass you?
The pair was taken aback and responded with:
What kind of question is that? ... What are we doing, bro?
We made stops when we had to. They had one big run. I mean, they’ve got good backs. They kept coming back to a couple runs. I mean, I don’t know how you want us to answer that question.
Micah Hyde appeared to be enraged even more, with:
That’s funny. We’ll remember that. I’ll remember that.
The defensive back left a few remarks for the journalists as he exited:
It’s respect. It’s all about respect. I come here every single week and I answer your questions truthfully, honestly. I appreciate you guys. Don’t do that. Don’t do that.
Well, Hyde is clearly left unimpressed, and you can't blame him for losing his cool.