ESPN has announced the full-time hiring of WWE presenter Charly Caruso: The presenter known for her work in WWE will be part of the sports channel’s programming. WWE has not expressed itself in relation to the current situation of Charly Caruso.
Through a statement on its social networks and website, the sports multimedia ESPN has announced the full-time hiring of WWE presenter Charly Caruso.
Following a three-year part-time working relationship, Charly Arnolt (real name Charly Caruso) signed a multi-year agreement that will allow him to develop full-time on shows like First Take, SportsCenter, SportsNation and First Take. Charly herself provided a series of statements about it through her social networks, also confirming that she will close a stage within WWE.
“I am very excited and I feel rewarded for being able to take this new step in my career”, clarified Charly Arnolt on Instagram. “It’s great working with a company that has watched over my growth and provided me with a lot of opportunities since I started working with them in 2018.”
Charly also took the opportunity to thank WWE for the opportunities provided in recent years. “I want to thank those workers in front of and behind the camera who allowed me to be in professional and personal contact. And especially to the fans for being the most loyal in the world.”
WWE has not provided updates on Charly Caruso
Although the words of Charly Arnolt assure us the end of a five-year stage with WWE, there is still no official statement from the company regarding the departure of the presenter. In recent weeks it has been commented that the interviewer had problems backstage for being late for her commitments on RAW.
Specific cases involving superstars such as Randy Orton and Sheamus were also reported that provoked the anger of Vince McMahon and several WWE executives. The company had chosen to remove Charly from the cameras, who she chose to wait until the end of her contract to start new projects full time.