WWE Mixed Match Challenge Nominated For Sports Award, Jonathan Coachman Says His ESPN Work Lead to WWE On FOX
WWE.com has announced the following:
WWE Mixed Match Challenge has been named a finalist in the first-ever Leaders Sports Awards in the Innovation category.
The awards will recognize, highlight and celebrate companies that are shaping the global sports industry on and off the field. Reviewed by a panel of 100 sports industry experts, WWE Mixed Match Challenge consistently impressed judges in order to be considered for this prestigious honor. A total of more than 400 entries from 28 countries were submitted, with only 30 nominees making the final shortlist for this year in the five main categories.
The first-ever Leaders Sports Awards will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at The Natural History Museum in London.
For more information on the upcoming Awards, keep up with Leaders on Twitter and Instagram.
Jonathan Coachman Believes His ESPN Work Lead to WWE – FOX Deal
WWE Raw announcer Jonathan Coachman was a guest on Busted Open Radio this week, and during the show, which you can hear a clip from below, Coach explains why he feels his work at ESPN lead to WWE landing its major deal with FOX Sports:
“Imagine what can happen when you have a partner instead of just a platform.”#WWE #RAW Commentator @TheCoachrules on how ESPN & SportsCenter coverage helped facilitate the FOX $1 Billion deal for #SDLive pic.twitter.com/h6dHuZYXtx
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— SiriusXM Busted Open (@BustedOpenRadio) July 11, 2018