Sean Edmund Mooney – born May 21, 1959 – is a former World Wrestling Federation play-by-play announcer.
He now works as an anchor for KVOA, the NBC affiliate in Tucson, Arizona and the National Wrestling Alliance.
He was born in Rochester, New York.
Mooney debuted on the May 15, 1988 edition of WWF Wrestling Challenge, replacing announcer Craig DeGeorge.
During his time in the WWF, Mooney’s primary duties included play-by-play announcing for matches aired on Prime Time Wrestling, WWF Mania, WWF All-American Wrestling, as host of Coliseum Video releases and hosting the “Events Center” segment during the WWF’s syndicated TV shows, such as WWF Superstars and WWF Wrestling Challenge.
Mooney’s last major appearances were at the 1992 Survivor Series and early episodes of WWF Monday Night Raw, with his actual last appearance on WWF TV as the host of the countdown show to WrestleMania IX.
In April 1993, his contract expired and he opted not to renew it.
He was replaced by Todd Pettengill as an interviewer and Event Center personality and by Gorilla Monsoon on WWF Mania and WWF All-American Wrestling for play-by-play.
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