He later joined the Raw commentary team and even made his way into the squared circle for some occasional action.
Soon after leaving the WWE, he began to work for ESPN, working his way up the ladder, and holding a position with the company until his departure this past October when his contract expired with ESPN expired.
He was last seen on WWE Raw during the 25-anniversary segment and after almost a decade with ESPN, where he also covered WWE with his 'Off The Top Rope segment, Jonathan Coachman is now returning to WWE. He will serve as a commentator tonight on Monday Night RAW and looks to be a regular there from now on.
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The return of The Coach should be a lot of fun.
Well, it turns out that Booker T's tenure is now over and, like Otunga, he now returns to his previous role of being a pre-show panelist on WWE's pay-per-view Kickoff broadcasts and will continue to make appearances on RAW and beyond as a WWE ambassador.
The Coach began life with WWE way back in 1999 as an interviewer during the Attitude Era, having many run-ins with The Rock, before joining the RAW commentary team.
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Coach made his return to WWE television last week as part of the Raw 25 broadcast, but that wasn't just a one-off appearance like so numerous former superstars and personalities that came back for the anniversary celebration. I have always been a fan of "The Coach", as I think he has always been incredibly entertaining and a wonderful addition to WWE.
Coachman - who left the company in June 2008 - returns to WWE after a decade spent making a name for himself at ESPN. Would you rather see him back as an actual character on TV?
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