WWE has added two new on-air hosts to its ranks, including former Impact backstage interviewer McKenzie Mitchell.
Mitchell worked for Impact from May 2016 to January 2019, working as an interviewer, and also a host for preview shows.
She revealed the news on Instagram, calling it a “dream come true”:
WWE has also hired Matt Camp, a former co-host of Busted Open Radio who has also worked as an announcer for Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore promotion.
Camp started with the company this week, with Raw and SmackDown taking place in Madison Square Garden. As he revealed on Twitter, MSG is the venue that hosted the first show he ever went to:
Appropriately enough, this is my first week as an on-air host/digital talent for WWE.
Thanks to everyone who supported me along the way. pic.twitter.com/rCBOuGlaH4
— Matt Camp (@TheMattCamp) September 11, 2019
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