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Michael Cole Steps Back from Managing WWE Announcers to Focus on On-Air Dutie

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Michael Cole, the voice of WWE, has decided to pull back from his responsibilities in managing WWE announcers to focus solely on his role as the lead announcer for Monday Night Raw and premium live events.

Key Points

  • Cole’s decision was his own, and WWE had no issue with it.
  • Sue Cundari, Director of On-Air Talent Operations, will take over Cole’s former responsibilities in managing announcers.
  • Cundari joined WWE in 1995 and brings extensive experience to the position.

Cole’s WWE Career

  • Cole has been with WWE since 1997.
  • He became a lead announcer in 1998, initially replacing Jim Ross on WWE Raw.
  • Cole took the helm on WWE SmackDown when it premiered in 1999.

Why It Matters

By refocusing on his on-air duties, Michael Cole can continue to be the prominent voice for WWE broadcasts while Sue Cundari handles the operational aspects of managing the announcers. This change allows Cole to dedicate his full attention to his role as a talent, ensuring that he can deliver the best possible performance for WWE fans.

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