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AEW Announces Full-Time Multi-Year Deal For Tony Schiavone

An announcement was recently made by All Elite Wrestling that former WCW Announcer Tony Schiavone has signed a full-time, multi-year contract with the company. Schiavone will be in charge of doing commentary work for the company with Excalibur and Jim Ross, and he will also be serving as a Senior Producer for when the company holds events.

It was also announced that at AEW’s sixth show on TNT, which is set to take place on Wednesday, November 6th from Bojangles’ Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tony Schiavone will be making his All Elite Wrestling commentary debut.

You can check out All Elite Wrestling’s full announcement below, which includes comments from AEW Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes and a tweet from All Elite Wrestling:

AEW SIGNS VETERAN COMMENTATOR TONY SCHIAVONE TO MULTI-YEAR DEAL

August 26, 2019 – All Elite Wrestling (AEW) today confirmed that it has signed renowned commentator Tony Schiavone to a full-time, multi-year agreement.

Schiavone, widely considered to be one of the most important voices in professional wrestling, joins AEW’s television broadcast team of Jim Ross and Excalibur. Schiavone will also serve as a senior producer for AEW events.

In addition to his work with AEW, the versatile Schiavone will continue his role as producer for the University of Georgia Football and Baseball Network, and will call the play-by-play for the Atlanta Braves’ Triple A team, the Gwinnett Stripers.

“Tony ‘The Silver Tongue’ Schiavone was the lead voice of pro wrestling at a time when it was dominating the globe,” said Cody Rhodes, EVP of AEW. “It’s a pleasure to have him join AEW as a senior producer and member of the broadcast team. It doesn’t hurt that he’s a UGA fan either. I think Tony is one of the most underrated lead men with the narrative of pro wrestling there’s ever been. I’m thrilled to get into the studio with him. Let’s welcome Tony to All Elite Wrestling.”

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