Jonathan Coachman rejoins WWE as Monday Night Raw announcer

Jonathan Coachman rejoins WWE as Monday Night Raw announcer

Jonathan Coachman – a longtime WWE interviewer and broadcaster and former ESPN personality – has resigned with WWE.

Coachman joins the Raw announce team from tonight, where he’ll join Michael Cole and Corey Graves.

Meanwhile, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T will resume his duties as a panelist on WWE’s pay-per-view Kickoff broadcasts and will continue to make appearances on Raw and beyond as a WWE ambassador.

The Coach began appearing on WWE television as an interviewer in 1999 during The Attitude Era as a frequent foil of The Rock, later expanding his role to include tenures as Raw commentator, Interim Raw General Manager and even as an in-ring competitor on multiple occasions.

Following nearly a decade as an on-air personality at ESPN — which included coverage of WWE with his “Off the Top Rope” segment — Coachman is back to call the action on Monday Night Raw.

Raw is on the USA Network from 8pm ET, and Sky Sports Arena from 1am GMT.

Updated: Monday 29 January 2018
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