It was a good run while it lasted. There are a lot of talented people in WWE today and several of them help to make the show work without ever having a match. Several of these people work backstage and do a lot of great things to make the show run smoothly. You’ll see some of them on TV but one of the more popular ones seems to be done with the company for good.
Backstage interviewers can have a lot of influence on how well a wrestler can develop as a character. Asking the right questions to lead the wrestlers in the proper direction is a skill that takes time to develop but when you have someone who is good at the job, it is quite the useful asset. WWE has some impressive people in this area, but they won’t be having one of them any longer.
According to PWInsider, Charly Caruso will be leaving WWE when her current contract expires and is not expected to be back on WWE television again. This comes after reports of backstage heat on Caruso broke earlier this week amid stories of her being late for assignments. Caruso has been working more closely with ESPN as of late and recently began co-hosting a podcast for the company. It is not clear when her WWE contract expires.
Caruso could do a lot of things. Check out some of her time in WWE:
Opinion: I liked Caruso’s work in WWE, but it isn’t a good sign to not be showing up for work on time. That being said, I’m sure she is going to be just fine at ESPN as she is more than talented enough to make whatever gig she gets work. WWE can find all kinds of replacements for her, which is the nature of a backstage interviewer, but she had a charm to her that will be hard to follow.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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