While there is speculation going around that WWE is going to get a weekly television series on ESPN, the most likely announcement being made tonight by Jonathan Coachman will be that the sports network will provide coverage when Wrestlemania takes place in Dallas next spring. Things worked out really well for both sides when coverage was provided at Summerslam. The business relationship between these two companies continues to grow.
October 13, 2015
Since the company made the announcement official, many know that Jonathan Coachman is going to be covering Summerslam on behalf of ESPN. Many assumed that Todd Grisham would be there this upcoming weekend as well since he used to work for WWE, but he revealed through social media that he would not be involved at all with the pay per view, which has led to speculations about his feelings towards the company.
August 18, 2015
When Jonathan Coachman made the leap from WWE to ESPN, the hope was that he might some day be able to bring more exposure to professional wrestling. That day might end up being Summerslam. The sports anchor teased fans through social media about potentially making a return at the pay per view. When asked even further, he made it sound as if he was not going to be there just as a spectator.
August 16, 2015