WWE has five hours of main roster television to present each week, and their commentary team help paint the picture about what fans see in the ring. Since it is 2024, that will call for some changes.

WWE is seeing big change with Kevin Dunn’s exit. There are apparently more changes coming to the commentary team as well.

PW Insider noted that word making its way around WWE is that the company is switching up their commentary team set-up once again. Now, they will have two-man teams only on each main roster show.

The word making the rounds in WWE is that starting in the new year, the announce teams will all consist of two men booths. 


It was also noted, That means that Michael Cole’s time on Smackdown ended last month.” Will have to see what happens with the company’s commentary team set-up now.

Corey Graves and Kevin Patrick may have the blue brand to themselves now. Only time will tell what Michael Cole does next, but it doesn’t appear he is leaving WWE. He may transition into a full-time off-screen position, but this remains to be seen as well.

What’s your take on WWE switching up their commentary teams? Let us know what you think they should do in the comments section!

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