Michael Cole To Transition To Off-Camera Role In WWE?

There has at least been talk about Michael Cole, the current voice of WWE, transitioning to a backstage role in the company.

According to a report attributed to PWInsider.com, Cole has shown more interest in moving to an off-camera role lately as he’s gained more backstage responsibilities. Duties Cole currently performs have to do within the company’s production and he’s playing the role of mentor to newcomer Nigel McGuinness.

Cole appears locked in his current role at announce for now but it’ll be something to follow in the coming months.

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  • Stoney

    And here comes the ‘bring back JR’ posts. Let this be Mauro and Corey’s time.

    • CM Punk

      yeah let mauro and corey have their time, but please get rid of otunga…. id love to see renee young on commentary as well

      • Vomkrieg

        Mauro and Corey are both good. But what is awful is 3 and 4 people booths. 2 is good, with 3 on occasions for a guest or analyst for the match. But 4 people all the time?

      • S.A.M.

        i say if Cole does transition backstage, move Tom Phillips from SD to the Raw broadcast team.

    • ROB-1.

      Good ole JR & Jerry lawyer again!

      • Please no. It happened. It was great while it happened. It’s over now. Time for others to take up that mantle.

  • 1molly23

    Free at last! Bye-bye Cole, don’t let the door hit you on the way out! To not have to listen to him – life’s good. Ignore that man behind the curtain!