Jonathan Coachman Walks Away From ESPN

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– Former WWE Announcer, Jonathan Coachman, took to Twitter and announced that he’s leaving ESPN after 9 years.

He previously worked for WWE from 1999 until 2008 and also helped increase ESPN’s coverage of WWE, including a weekly “Off the Top Rope” segment. He noted it was “just time to leave ESPN” for both “professional and personal reasons.”

As for the future, he said several projects are in the works and he will keep us updated.

@TheCoachESPN Coach, are you going to be back on TV anytime soon? Or is online your new gig?

— Chris Burke (@fallsnative) November 8, 2017

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@TheCoachESPN Coach, are you going to be back on TV anytime soon? Or is online your new gig?

Yes I️ will be. Several projects in the works. When I️ can discuss I️ will. But it was just time to leave espn. Professional and personal reasons. But I️ feel great and this show is for fun and to stay sharp. https://t.co/zw0Y9omDUj

— Jonathan Coachman (@TheCoachESPN) November 8, 2017

“Yes I will be. Several projects in the works. When I can discuss I will. But it was just time to leave espn. Professional and personal reasons. But I feel great and this show is for fun and to stay sharp.”

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