Michael Cole reflects on the importance of WWE Tribute to the Troops and reminisces about the early WWE Tribute to the Troops events which were held in Iraq and Afghanistan.12/12/2017 - 00:30
Byron Saxton reveals three big showdowns for the U.S. Title, SmackDown Women's Title and SmackDown Tag Team Titles will take place at WWE Clash of Champions on Dec. 17.12/01/2017 - 19:30
You've seen Kane interrupting Hell in a Cell and John Cena smacking Kurt Angle, but you've never seen these five debuts - unless you were actually in the crowd that night.09/14/2017 - 16:00
Eric Bischoff introduced the famous World Heavyweight Championship to WWE in September 2002. Here are seven facts you didn't know about the history of the title.09/07/2017 - 18:30
Dean Ambrose broke into WWE as a member of the legendary Shield, but do you know what he did in his career before the days of The Hounds of Justice?08/22/2017 - 14:30
In this unseen clip from Superstar Ink, Corey Graves hears the funny story of Luke Gallows' misspelled tattoo.08/10/2017 - 09:15
WWE commentary continues to get a facelift for the New Era
It’s a New Era for the entire landscape of WWE, which continues to change and evolve with the WWE Brand Extension Draft. That includes the announce teams for WWE programming. The teams for Raw, SmackDown, "WWE Superstars" and WWE Main Event are all experiencing a major shakeup, including one major voice changing shows and several rising commentators being inserted into the lineup.
The new announce teams for WWE’s New Era will feature Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton Monday nights on Raw, while Mauro Ranallo, JBL and David Otunga handle the commentary for SmackDown Live every Tuesday night.
Also receiving a makeover will be the announce teams for WWE Superstars and WWE Main Event. Both shows will be led by Tom Phillips, and he will be joined each and every week by Graves on WWE Superstars and Otunga on WWE Main Event.
UPDATE: In addition to the commentary booth updates on Raw, SmackDown Live and more, WWE Hall of Famers Booker T and Jerry “The King” Lawler will bring their decades of experience in sports-entertainment to recurring Pre-Shows and Kickoffs as key analysts, among other names still to be announced. Stay with WWE.com for additional updates.