Former WWE announcer, Jonathan Coachman, confirmed on Twitter that he parted ways with ESPN after working for them since 2008. Previous to that, "Coach" worked for WWE from 1999 until 2008.
In regards to his exit, he said it was "just time to leave ESPN" for both "professional and personal reasons" after a fan asked if he would be coming back to TV.
@TheCoachESPN Coach, are you going to be back on TV anytime soon? Or is online your new gig?— Chris Burke (@fallsnative) November 8, 2017
Yes I? will be. Several projects in the works. When I? can discuss I? will. But it was just time to leave espn. Professional and personal reasons. But I? feel great and this show is for fun and to stay sharp. https://t.co/zw0Y9omDUj— Jonathan Coachman (@TheCoachESPN) November 8, 2017
Coachman was a big part of WWE getting more coverage on ESPN, doing a weekly "Off the Top Rope" segment, among other coverage. As for his future, he said several projects are in the works and will talk about them when the time is right.