Former ESPN SportsCenter anchor Robert Flores, who is a big wrestling fan, and Don West will call Impact Wrestling's Slammiversary pay-per-view on July 2, 2017. The duo will work together for this show only, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Both Jeremy Borash and Josh Mathews, who work regularly as commentators for Impact, are on the Slammiversary pay-per-view card as Borash will team with Joseph Park to oppose Mathews and Scott Steiner in a tag team match. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that Mike Tenay was the first choice all along to call the show but he apparently turned down the opportunity.

Tenay worked for Impact from 2002 to 2015, many of those years as a play-by-play announcer, before retiring from the wrestling business last year. Don West, who worked with Tenay on broadcast in the beginning years of Impact, is back working with the company and could stay.

In 2015, Tenay was replaced by Josh Mathews on Impact after the show moved from Spike to Destination America. After leaving the weekly broadcast booth, Tenay hosted a program called Impact Wrestling: Unlocked, but it was later canceled. After that, he worked as a backstage announcer, replacement commentator and inducted Jeff Jarrett into the TNA Hall of Fame in 2015.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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