Michael Cole , WWE‘s longtime commentator is a great voice behind the commentary desk. WWE fans who watch from home will enjoy his live commentary. He has said that he will soon be finished with commentary.
Michael Cole said on The Pat McAfee Show: “Oh, well. I’m going to have to stop.” No, not anytime soon. This company still has a lot to do. There’s still so much to do. There are still a lot more shows to be called. I told someone that I would — I’m 56 years old now, so maybe 60 is a good age to slow down a bit.”
The legendary WWE commentator has worked with the company for nearly three decades. He has worked for this company since 1997 and has provided commentary on multiple RAW events, SmackDown and NXT.
Michael Cole’s commentary is considered by some WWE fans to be the best part of watching WWE matches on television. He also said in the interview that he may have a little commentary left for him to do for a couple more years.
Michael Cole’s WWE history
Cole’s ability to call matches and give them a lot of energy and excitement made him a popular commentator for WWE.
Cole has been a part of some of the most memorable moments in WWE’s history. Cole was on commentary for Stone Cold Steve Austin infamous beer-truck incident, The Rocks’ electrifying promotions, and John Cena becoming a WWE superstar. Cole’s commentary enhanced the excitement and was always right on target.
Cole, in addition to being a WWE commentator, has served the company in a variety of other roles. Cole has worked as a backstage host, an interviewer for WWE pay per view events, and even the Vice President of Announcement at the company. Cole’s role included overseeing the WWE broadcast operations including commentary and production.
Fans hope to see more of him in the future.