Posts tagged with "Jonathan Coachman"

Video: Goldberg Talks Potential WWE Return On ESPN

Posted by Matt Boone October 6, 2016 0 Comment

What does Bill Goldberg have to say about a possible WWE in-ring return?

Video: Jonathan Coachman Defends Vince McMahon & WWE Regarding CTE Lawsuit

Posted by Matt Boone July 22, 2016 0 Comment

During a recent appearance on “ESPN’s First Take” (watch above), former WWE broadcast team member turned ESPN analyst Jonathan Coachman spoke passionately about the major CTE lawsuit brought against WWE by more than 50 former performers. Coachman defended the company he used to work for during his appearance. You can read what “The Coach” had […]

Wyatt Family Doesn’t Appear On ESPN As Advertised, Coachman Explains Why

Posted by Matt Boone June 29, 2016 2 Comments

Despite being advertised on WWE television to appear on this week’s ESPN “Off The Top Rope” segment, The Wyatt Family ended up not being featured on the program. Former WWE broadcast team member turned ESPN analyst Jonathan Coachman, who hosts the weekly WWE-related segment, explained the absence of Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan […]

Coachman On WrestleMania 32: The Wrong Match Closed The Show

Posted by Eric Lynch May 18, 2016 0 Comment

Former WWE announcer and current ESPN broadcaster Jonathan Coachman thinks the Hell In A Cell match between Shane McMahon and The Undertaker was the true headlining match of WrestleMania 32. Coachman was recently a guest on Jim Ross’ podcast, where he theorized that Shane would get more props as a performer if he weren’t Vince […]

ESPN Working On “30 For 30” Documentary On XFL, Bubba Ray Dudley, More

Posted by Matt Boone May 11, 2016 0 Comment

– Former WWE broadcast team member and current ESPN analyst Jonathan Coachman noted during his recent appearance on WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross’ weekly “Ross Report” podcast at that he is currently working with ESPN on a new “30 For 30” documentary special on Vince McMahon’s failed XFL professional football league. – A […]

Update On The Status Of ESPN SportsCenter’s Weekly WWE Coverage

Posted by Matt Boone December 10, 2015 0 Comment

For the second week in a row, there was no WWE segment or WWE Superstar interview on ESPN SportsCenter. Last week, ESPN analyst and former WWE talent Jonathan Coachman claimed that they were simply taking a week off because he was out of Bristol to take care of different ESPN duties. This week, while Coachman […]

Sheamus On ESPN: ISIS/Survivor Series Threats, Being Irish WWE Champion, More

Posted by Matt Boone November 25, 2015 0 Comment

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus appeared on ESPN SportsCenter with Jonathan Coachman on Tuesday evening. Coach asked Sheamus about the rumors of an ISIS attack at the Survivor Series pay-per-view on Sunday. Sheamus claimed WWE took the threat very seriously and worked with all of the agencies throughout the weekend to ensure everyone’s safety at […]

Jonathan Coachman Speaks On If WWE Is Paying ESPN & If He’ll Ever Return

Posted by Eric Lynch November 24, 2015 0 Comment

Former WWE announcer and current ESPN anchor Jonathan Coachman recently fielded some questions about his former employer on Twitter. When a fan asked if he would ever leave ESPN for WWE, he made it clear he’s not interested. It's called loyalty. And for all of you asking if I am ever going back—ESPN is my […]

Jonathan Coachman Confirms ESPN Will Cover Real WWE News, Defends WWE From Trolls

Posted by Matt Boone November 19, 2015 3 Comments

The editor of Fighting Spirit Magazine out of the U.K. recently contacted former WWE announcer turned ESPN analyst Jonathan Coachman if ESPN would only be covering WWE storylines. Coachman replied with the following tweet: Trust me more is coming. Storylines will be a very small part of what we do. This is only the beginning. […]

WWE Title Tournament Semi-Finalists On Miz TV, Charlotte Scheduled For SportsCenter

Posted by Matt Boone November 17, 2015 0 Comment

– On Monday’s edition of WWE RAW, it was announced that the four semi-finalists in the ongoing WWE World Heavyweight Title Tournament will be guests on a special edition of Miz TV on this week’s edition of SmackDown. The four semi-finalists, as seen on RAW, are Roman Reigns and Alberto Del Rio on one side […]

Jonathan Coachman On WWE/ESPN, John Cena Does The “Whip And Nae-Nae,” More

Posted by Matt Boone October 16, 2015 4 Comments

– The following is a behind-the-scenes video of John Cena’s breast cancer awareness PSA. In the clip below, Cena does the “whip and nae-nae” with breast cancer survivor Ashlee Hunt. – ESPN anchor and former WWE broadcast team member Jonathan Coachman posted the following on social media regarding what ESPN and WWE hope to accomplish […]

Coachman Interviews WWE Stars (Photos), Cesaro Talks Strongest Man In WWE

Posted by Matt Boone August 23, 2015 0 Comment

– Cesaro, generally known as one of the toughest stars in WWE, recently spoke with FOX Sports Australia and revealed who he feels is the strongest athlete in WWE. “Mark Henry,” said Cesaro. “They don’t call him the Worlds Strongest Man for nothing. I was in the gym a couple of times when he was […]

Jonathan Coachman Talks ESPN/SummerSlam, Future Plans & More

Posted by Matt Boone August 22, 2015 0 Comment

The following are highlights of a new Sports Illustrated Extra Mustard blog interview with Jonathan Coachman: On how ESPN plans to cover this event: “We’re doing a lot of sit-downs on Saturday with guys who have cross-over appeal. We’re going to sit down and talk with different wrestlers that either played football in college, like […]

New Undertaker Vignette, 8-Man Tag Match On SmackDown & More

Posted by Brad Davis August 18, 2015 2 Comments

– This week’s SmackDown will feature an 8-man tag match with Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Cesaro and Randy Orton squaring off against Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Kevin Owens and Sheamus. As always, join us here tonight for Live Coverage of the SmackDown tapings. – Jonathan Coachman tweeted the following after WWE confirmed that ESPN’s SportsCenter […]

Update On Jonathan Coachman Appearing At WWE SummerSlam

Posted by Matt Boone August 16, 2015 0 Comment

Find out what “The Coach” will be doing at this year’s four-hour SummerSlam extravaganza.