That’s a big piece gone. One of WWE’s biggest media coups over the last few years has been coverage from ESPN. Jonathan Coachman has run the coverage since its inception and was there to cover “Wrestlemania XXXIII” last weekend. However, it seems that we’ll be seeing a major change.

According to his Twitter, Coachman will no longer be covering WWE for ESPN. There was no specific reason given for his leaving but Coachman seemed to be leaving due to not having time to cover WWE any longer.

This would seem to imply that no one will be replacing WWE, which means the coverage will be ending permanently.

Opinion: Honestly, it’s hard to get annoyed at Coachman for leaving. WWE needed ESPN far more than vice versa so it was basically a big favor that wasn’t going to last forever. Coachman gave them a lot of extra coverage and that’s invaluable for a company like WWE. At least it was fun while it lasted.

The Coach is back: Raw Fallout, March 28, 2016

Did you watch ESPN’s WWE coverage? Do you think it will continue? Let us know in the comments below.


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