Raw 25 saw a bunch of people come back to the company that we haven’t seen on WWE television in quite some time including Jonathan Coachman. It was great to have The Coach back and now it looks like we’ll be seeing even more of him.
WWE announced they have signed Jonathan Coachman to a new deal with the company and his duties will start tonight on Monday Night Raw. It looks like he’ll be taking Booker T’s spot on commentary as Coachman will join Michael Cole and Corey Graves on the three-man commentary team.
This signing is a big one and on the Road The WrestleMania, Coachman will be around to call some pretty great events.
But don’t be worried about Booker T, because he will still be around. The WWE Hall Of Famer will be resuming his duties as a panelist on pay-per-view kickoff shows. He will also continue to work with WWE as an ambassador and will also make appearances on Raw as well.
But it looks like after almost a decade working for ESPN that Jonathan Coachman is finally coming home to WWE and we’re very excited about it as well.
— WWE (@WWE) January 29, 2018
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