WWE A new season of weekly shows will kick off this Friday with the Friday Night SmackDown show to be held at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA, and will be broadcast live on the American channel FOX. Monday Night Raw will begin its new season on USA Network next Monday.
WWE is preparing special appearances and changes for the occasion. The company has confirmed in the last hours who will occupy the comments of the two shows, highlighting Wade Barrett’s rise to SmackDown. The former Intercontinental champion has occupied the comment table on NXT since 2020, and will now team up with Michael Cole in the blue show.
The other big change has been the incorporation of Booker T to NXT, who will fill in for Wade Barrett. In turn, it has been confirmed that Pat McAfee will return to the WWE broadcast booth after his commitment to ESPN’s College GameDay program. WWE has also confirmed the return of cathy kelley.
Updated: Jimmy Smith He has confirmed his departure on social media. “I just wanted to say, now that the story is officially out, my time with WWE is over. I’ve had a lot of fun and met some great people. I’ve really been amazed at the acceptance of the WWE fans. You guys make it work every week and your enthusiasm has been incredible,” he wrote on Twitter.
WWE commentators in the 2002-2033 season
WWERaw – Main commentators: Corey Graves and Kevin Patrick. / Presenters and interviewers: Byron Saxton, Mike Rome and Cathy Kelley.
WWE SmackDown – Main commentators: Michael Cole and Wade Barrett. / Presenters and interviewers: Samantha Irvin, Kayla Braxton and Megan Morant.
WWE NXT – Main commentators: Vic Joseph and Booker T. / Presenters and interviewers: Alicia Taylor and McKenzie Mitchell.
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WWE confirms changes at the Raw and SmackDown commentary table