Jonathan Coachman Concludes 2018 With Emotional Message to Fans

Jonathan Coachman returned to WWE programming in 2018 in impressive fashion but was just as quickly removed from TV and replaced with Renee Young. Coachman has remained with WWE, serving as the new host for the kickoff shows as opposed to Young, who would, in the past, host them.

Coachman took to his Instagram account to talk about what 2018 has taught him, given this is his final show with the company for this year. He goes into detail about almost losing his father- who required a new heart.

In a message that anybody can understand and relate to, Coachman opened up about how his perspective has changed significantly- understanding that things can turn like the snap of a finger, and as it pertains to his father- it took another family’s loss in order to keep another life going.

He had the following comments to make:

“Today was the final show for me in 2018. It has been an emotional year of transition and believing in the process that I chose to take.

This past week I was reminded that things in life can turn on a dime. The most giving man I have ever known was told without a heart transplant he would not live. On Thursday my father received a new heart and is now recovering and adjusting to what is hopefully another 30 years together.

While I am thrilled that we received a heart we also have to show compassion for a family that had to experience loss for my family to keep a life going.

This changes you and your perspective on life. I head into 2019 with a new found respect and appreciation for each day, each relationship, and each breath I have the privilege to take. I hope whoever reads this stops for a second when you want to be negative, mean, or feel sorry for yourself and instead chooses hope and positivity.

Life is precious. God bless you all.”

He also attached a photo of himself at the kickoff panel from TLC last night:

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Today was the final show for me in 2018. It has been an emotional year of transition and believing in the process that I chose to take. This past week I was reminded that things in life can turn on a dime. The most giving man I have ever known was told without a heart transplant he would not live. On Thursday my father received a new heart and is now recovering and adjusting to what is hopefully another 30 years together. While I am thrilled that we received a heart we also have to show compassion for a family that had to experience loss for my family to keep a life going. This changes you and your perspective on life. I head into 2019 with a new found respect and appreciation for each day, each relationship, and each breath I have the privilege to take. I hope whoever reads this stops for a second when you want to be negative, mean, or feel sorry for yourself and instead chooses hope and positivity. Life is precsious. God bless you all.

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