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Lists the various announcers, backstage personalities, commentators, and general managers throughout WWE's history. Please limit associated tropes to the individual's time in WWE.
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Tony Chimel (Anthony Chimel) 1999-2020
- Arch-Enemy: Mr. Kennedy.
- Demoted to Extra: Currently the special guest ring announcer for Edge.
- Hammy Herald
- Only Sane Man
- Verbal Tic:
- "The Rated R...SOOOPERSTAAARRRR!!, Edge!"
- JEEEEOOOOON... CEEENAAA!!
Howard Finkel, 1977-2020
Lilian Garcia (Lilian Annette García) 1999-2009, 2011-2016
- Beware the Nice Ones: Howard Finkel found this out the hard way. Plus there was an incident backstage during an interview which ended up with two guys holding her back from going after Stacy Keibler who crashed the interview and yelling at Stacy Keibler in Spanish. There was also an incident where she almost got into a fight or at least got into an argument with Jackie Gayda. She also attacked Maria Kanellis during a pillow fight match with Christy Hemme after Maria attacked her with a pillow.
- Idol Singer: In Real Life.
- Long Runner: During her first stint with company was the diva with the longest tenure there (ten years for the record).
- Military Brat: She was born in Spain due to her father's work at the American Embassy in Madrid.
- Older Than She Looks: Does not look like she's 50. She pretty much looks exactly the same as she did in her 1999 debut.
- Put on a Bus: Left for two years to get married and focus on her singing career.
- Spicy Latina: Describes herself as La Española Boricuanote
- Swapped Roles: On a handful of occasions, Lillian Garcia will introduce Ricardo Rodriguez in Spanish, in which Rodriguez follows up by introducing Del Rio in English.
Greg Hamilton (Gregory Hamilton) 2015-2021
- A Day in the Limelight: Believe it or not, WWE actually made a mini-mockumentary about him, "Why Greg Hamilton is the world’s best ring announcer".
- Insistent Terminology:
- Constantly announces AJ Styles as "The Face that Runs the Place".
- He would also introduce Shane McMahon as "The Best in the Woooooorld!" after Shane's 2019 Face–Heel Turn (albeit that one is because Shane always orders him to introduce him that way).
- For the women's division, he announces Carmella as "The Most Beautiful Woman in All of WWE".
- Hammy Herald
- Un-person: The consequence for his action, post-release as WWE removes his profile from the website.
Samantha Irvin (Samantha Johnson) 2021-
JoJo (Joseanne Offerman) 2013-2021
- Afro Asskicker: In training.
- Ambiguously Brown: Apparently of Dominican and Mexican descent.
- Faux Action Girl: Subverted. At the Survivor Series and the next night on Raw, despite being billed as a newbie, she was able to get some offence in against Tamina and Alicia Fox.
- Put on a Bus: Was dropped from the Total Divas cast and supposedly wanted to work on her wrestling training full time.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: After getting Demoted to Extra in the latter half of Total Divas, she was replaced in season 2 by Summer Rae without any sort of explanation. She then turned up in NXT as an announcer in the Fall of 2014 and is currently serving as a backstage interviewer and occasional announcer.
Joe McHugh (Joseph McHugh) 1960s-1984 (television, until shortly before his death at arena shows)
- Cool Old Guy: Was well into his 80s and was still announcing the WWF's newest top talent, including (the returning) Hulk Hogan and Roddy Piper. Even after the WWF no longer taped its weekly shows at the Agricultural Hall in Allentown, Pennsylvania, McHugh continued to work the WWF's non-televised house shows in the area until about a year before his death (at age 88) in 1993.
- Non-Action Guy
- Once per Episode: To open each episode of WWF Championship Wrestling, McHugh introduced the commissioner, the sanctioning body, ringside physician, timekeeper and referees before introducing himself ("... and I'm your ring announcer, Joe McHugh!").
Justin Roberts (Justin Jason Roberts) 2002-2014
- Ascended Fanboy: Been a wrestling fan his entire life, and this is why he got involved in wrestling in the first place.
- Hammy Herald: Well, he is an announcer, so it goes with the job.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Was on the receiving end of this when the NXT rookies invaded Raw, in particular Daniel Bryan who used his tie and tried to choke him with it.
- Put on a Bus: Was released after WWE opted not to renew his contract.
- Troll: After an injured and outraged Batista quits the company, Roberts tells the crowds to give it up for him, to which they go from cheering The Animal's resignation to booing him. It helps for Roberts in that Batista was too badly injured and in a wheelchair to attack him for both that and interrupting his promo time beforehand.
Ricardo Rodriguez (Jesus Rodriguez) 2010-2014
- Accidental Misnaming: Jerry Lawler is known to mockingly call him Ricky Ricardo.
- Alliterative Name
- Anti-Villain/Punch-Clock Villain: It's become quickly apparent that Ricardo's not really an evil guy, per se. In fact, some of his qualities would be pretty admirable if not for his Jerkass of a boss.
- Cool Mask: When he wrestles as El Local.
- Foreign Wrestling Heel: Of the variety that is seldom, if ever, seen speaking English in character.
- Hammy Herald
- Incredibly Long Note: Known to, when given the opportunity, stretch "ALBERTOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO" to upwards of ten seconds. Very loudly.
- My Boss, Right Or Wrong
- Non-Action Guy —> Action Survivor
- Say My Name: ALBERTOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO... DEL RRRRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOOOOooooo!
- Swapped Roles: On a handful of occasions, Lillian Garcia will introduced Ricardo Rodriguez in Spanish, in which Rodriguez follows up by introducing Del Rio in English.
- Trrrilling Rrrs: Just listen to how he introduced Del Rio.
- Undying Loyalty: To Del Rio - to the point where it's almost admirable, despite him being a heel. Ended (or least stopped) in 2013, when he joined up with Rob Van Dam.
- Very Punchable Man: Probably eats more finishers than anyone in WWE... even the Jobbers.
- Villainous Valor: Has a funny way of showing it, but seems to be less cowardly on occasion than Del Rio himself.
- Wrestling Psychology: It's easy to forget, but Rodriguez used to wrestle on the indies, so off course he knows how to sell and make it look like he know less than he actual does.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Was brutally attacked by Del Rio after he failed to help him win a non title match against Rob Van Dam.
Commentators & Backstage Personalities
Mike Adamle (Michael David Adamle) 2008
Wade Barrett (Stuart Alexander Bennett) 2020-
Booker T (Robert Booker Tio Huffman) 2011-Present
Max Bretos (Maximillian Bretos) 2006-2007
Palmer Cannon (Brian Mailhot) 2005-2006
- Aborted Arc: Was being prepped for a feud with The Miz in 2006, but that went out the window due to Real Life Writes the Plot and Screw This, I'm Outta Here below.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive
- Expy: Of Cyrus the Virus.
- Fun with Acronyms: Palmer Cannon.
- Non-Action Guy: Although he has actually wrestled on the indepedent circuit as "Brian Black".
- Real Life Writes the Plot/Screw This, I'm Outta Here: Left the WWE in April 2006 because of hazing from John "Bradshaw" Layfield and Chris Benoit, thus pulling the plug on Cannon's feud with The Miz.
Jonathan Coachman (Jonathan William Coachman) 1999-2008, 2018
- Action Survivor
- Bald of Evil: Post-Heel turn.
- Butt-Monkey: Mostly for The Rock and D-X.
- Catchphrase: During the Attitude Era, he had a tendency to say "Hold the phone" when calling matches, something Michael Hayes called him put on while they were both calling a match on Heat.
- Cool Shades
- Evil Minion: To Eric Bischoff.
- He's Back!: Became Raw color commentator the night after the 2018 Royal Rumble, replacing Booker T..
- Red Baron: "The Coach".
- Who's Laughing Now?: Austin nixing him from the Raw announce team with a stunner when JR came back pushed him to side with Bischoff.
Michael Cole (Michael Sean Coulthard) 1997-Present
Tony Dawson (Anthony Dawson) 2012-2013
Craig DeGeorge 1987-1988
Barry Didinsky 1995
Maria Felipe 1998-1999
Joe Fowler (Joseph Gilbert Fowler) 1993
- Butt-Monkey: Was given a pretty sick burn by Jim Cornette at SummerSlam 1993: "I'll tell you the biggest surprise: your employment!"
- Non-Action Guy
Sho Funaki (船木 勝一 Funaki Shoichi) 1998-2010, 2014-Present
- Dark Horse Victory: Few expected him to become number one contender to the Cruiserweight Championship. Fewer expected him to win it from Spike Dudley at Armageddon, yet he did, held on to it and successfully defended it in Tokyo.
- Gratuitous English: "Smackdown announcer number one!" He got better.
- Hong Kong Dub: Famously, Kaientai were given this as their promo style. Funaki only ever got to say "Indeed!" every time.
- Jobber: One of the more well known examples, has lost to the lowest of the low, which was probably why Stephanie made him an interviewer.
- Laughably Evil: As part of Kaientai.
- Omniglot/Hidden Depths: In addition to Japanese and English, he can apparently also speak French, German, Portugese, and Spanish.
- Red Baron: "SmackDown!'s #1 Announcer"
- Rising Sun: One of his finishing moves.
Corey Graves (Matt Polinsky) 2011-Present
Todd Grisham 2004-2011
- Butt-Monkey: Was this for John Cena.
- Dull Surprise: "It's...Christian."
- Non-Action Guy
- Put on a Bus
- Straight Man
Lord Alfred Hayes (Alfred George James Hayes) 1982-1995
- Action Survivor: He was a former pro-wrestler himself.
- Dirty Old Man: Once asked Sensational Sherri if he could watch as she put her nylons on. She responded by calling him this.
- Evil Brit: Sported a heelish attitude during the final three years of his stint, even supporting Owen Hart in his feud against his big brother Bret.
- Quintessential British Gentleman
- Sidekick: To Vince McMahon.
Michael Hayes (Michael Seitz) 1984, 1995-Present
- Action Survivor
- Alliterative Name: Was a member of the wrestling tag-team, The Fabulous Freebirds.
- I Have Many Names: Briefly known as Dok Hendrix from 1995 to 1999.
- The Mentor: In-Universe to the Hardy Boyz for a time in 1999.
- Red Baron: "Purely Sexy" or "P.S." for short.
Kevin Kelly (Kevin Foote) 1996-2003
- Alliterative Name
- Butt-Monkey: An easy target for The Rock, DX and Austin. The Rock in particular called him "Hermie."
- Combat Commentator
- Deadpan Snarker: To his broadcast colleagues.
- Large Ham
- Non-Action Guy
Jack Korpela 2006-2013
Stan Lane (Wallace Stanfield "Stan" Lane) 1993-1995
Jerry Lawler (Jerry O'Neil Lawler) 1992-Present
John "Bradshaw" Layfield (John Charles Layfield) 2006-2007, 2012-Present
Chris Leary 2001-2002
Marc Loyd 2002-2005
Josh Matthews (Josh Lomberger) 2001, 2002-2014
- The Artifact: Was one of the original season 1 Tough Enough competitors. For many years afterwards, he was the the only one still employed.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Demonic Possession: From The Undertaker of all people.
- Facepalm: He does this a lot. And really, can you blame him?
- Jack of All Stats: He's not the best Play by Play or Color Commentator that WWE has, but he's good enough at being both that he can flip-flop between the roles when he has two, which is apparent on Smackdown, where he's usually a Color commentator, but goes to Play by Play when Booker T and Michael Cole start arguing over a wrestler's motivations, intentions, or actions.
- My Friends... and Zoidberg: CM Punk gave him this treatment on one episode of NXT. "I'm CM Punk, you can join me and Michael Cole next week. Shut up Josh."
- Non-Action Guy: Now, but he was undefeated, 2-0.
- Only Sane Man: During Cole's reign of megalomania, Josh was often times the only one who remembered that the announcers table was supposed to comment on the matches.
- Straight Man: A role he plays very, very well. He's significantly less entertaining when he doesn't have an insane or dorky announcing partner for him to play off of.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: On NXT Season 4, he's starting to follow Michael Cole's example.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Michael Cole on NXT seemingly.
Pat McAfee 2021–present
Nigel McGuinness (Steven Haworth) 2017-2023
Charlie Minn 1994-1995
Sean Mooney 1988-1993, 2012
"Mean" Gene Okerlund (Eugene Okerlund) 1984-1993, 2001-2019
Kevin Patrick (Kevin Patrick Egan) 2022-
Todd Pettengill (Todd Clark Pettengill) 1993-1997, 2013
Tom Phillips (Thomas Hannifan) 2012-2021
- Butt-Monkey: Many heels have no respect for poor Tom, though he isn't as bad as Byron Saxton.
- Combat Commentator
- Deadpan Snarker: Much like his partner Corey Graves.
- Kicked Upstairs: His original role was conducting backstage interviews on Raw for the WWE App.
- Non-Action Guy
- Sensitive Guy: To Corey Graves' Manly Man.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: Like all WWE commentators not named Jerry Lawler.
Beth Phoenix (Elizabeth Kocianski-Copeland) 2018-Present
CM Punk (Philip Brooks) 2010, 2019-2020
Mauro Ranallo (Mauro Domenico Ranallo) 2016-2020
- Canada, Eh?: He's from Vancouver.
- Catchphrase: "Mamma mia!"
- Combat Commentator
- Farm Boy: Defied by Mauro himself. He was born and raised on a farm but always disliked it and saw commentary and announcing work as his way out of that existence since he was a young boy.
- Large Ham: Just watch his reactions to TakeOver: New Orleans.
- Motor Mouth: Can dip into this when he gets excited.
- Non-Action Guy
- Precision F-Strike: Called Tommaso Ciampa a sadistic son of a bitch at TakeOver: New Orleans.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Dips into this from time to time. Ranallo has a very expansive vocabulary and will toss some... let's say, dictionary-grade descriptors, into his commentary every once in a while.
- Shown Their Work: Immediately stood out from most of the announcing team and was praised for his knowledge of move names (and actually calling them on the air) and ring psychology.
Steve Romero (Todd Romero) 2004-2007
Jim Ross (James William Ross) 1993-2013, 2017-2019
Savannah (Angela Fong) 2009-2010
Byron Saxton (Bryan Jesús Kelly) 2009-Present
- Butt-Monkey: Is he ever. The poor guy tends to get picked on by the heel superstars, especially Kevin Owens and The Wyatt Family (in that his chair gets taken for Bray Wyatt to sit on whenever they're out to have a match, forcing him to either stand or, at one time, be on his knees to call their matches.) Furthermore, he's the least liked by his fellow commentators. Even his fellow babyface partners Michael Cole and Tom Phillips don't seem to like him and the latter and Booker T took being compared to him as an insult than a compliment.
- The Dog Bites Back: After years of being insulted by Corey Graves, Saxton finally gets back at him by winning the 24/7 Championship off of him... only to lose the title to Drake Maverick a couple of seconds later.
- Fanboy: Of The New Day, Bayley (formerly), and the Street Profits.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: As mentioned above for Butt-Monkey, his fellow commentators, particularly Corey Graves, JBL, and even his fellow babyface partners Cole and Phillips, treat him with the least respect, in that they don't seem pleased to have him as their partner and make jokes at his expense that aren't even light-hearted. The worst example is an episode of Ride Along where Cole and JBL spent the entire time being less than thrilled traveling with him and belittling him. They even go as far as to ditch him when he went to buy food for them all.
- Sensitive Guy: To Corey Graves' Manly Man.
Tony Schiavone (Noah Anthony "Tony" Schiavone) 1989-1990
Jimmy Smith (James Smith) 2021-2022
Scott Stanford 2009-2013
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: 4-time Emmy winning sportcaster that -really has fun with both his jobs.
- Closer to Earth
- Piss-Take Rap
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Josh Matthews. Their commentary basically consists of them snarking at each other in addition to calling the matches.
Matt Striker (Matthew Kaye) 2005-2013
- Breakup Breakout: Of the New Breed... kind of. He's this since he at least still had a job in the WWE, outlasting all of them by at least five years, but he only managed that as a backstage personality. As a wrestler, the title would go to the leader Elijah Burke, who found reasonable success as "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero in TNA. However, if you want to get really technical, then the real breakout is CM Punk, who joined the stable for all of two weeks and has long since outstripped all of them in memorability and success, becoming a five-time world champion and a star comparable to the likes of John Cena and Randy Orton.
- The Chew Toy: Even faces will beat the crap out him.
- Demoted to Extra: Booker T replaced him on commentary on Smackdown, and he became a backstage interviewer and commentator on WWE Superstars.
- Distressed Dude: He was kidnapped by Maxine and Johnny Curtis. Then, while Johnny was not looking, someone else abducted him.
- Hot Teacher: Before he started his wrestling career, he taught.
- Put on a Bus: Due to his contract not being renewed. He ended up commentating on Lucha Underground.
- Smart Mark: He is very internet friendly, loves Kaval and Daniel Bryan, and knows a lot about the business, well, he says he does.
- Has referenced a bevy of nerdy things, wrestling and non-wrestling.
- Calling Kaval "low key", Brandon Silvestry's name on the indies was Low Ki.
- Saying Kofi Kingston a Ghanaian, was sent by Ring of Honor manager Prince Nana of Ghana.
- Calling Alberto Del Rio two-faced, his Mexican ring name was Dos Caras (Two Faces) Jr.
- Saying a spinning side slam by Wade Barrett was similar to Abyss's Black Hole Slam.
- Saying Daniel Bryan should go for the Cattle Mutilation.
- The Smart Guy: Always informs the audience the history of a move and how it affects your body.
- You Suck: He may be a grade A smark, but he apparently doesn't have a girlfriend, his sister watches SmackDown! for Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes, and nobody respects him.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Even when in his pseudo-heel persona, he's never really mean to anybody, he's just over the top in praising everyone that he comes off as creepy and toady.
Joey Styles (Joseph Carmine Bonsignore) 2005-2016
Jesse Ventura (James George Janos) 1984-1990, 1999, 2001, 2009
Adnan Virk 2021
Percy Watson (Nicholas McNeil) 2010-2013, 2016-2019
Stephanie Wiand, 1994-1995
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Has really big teeth.
- Non Action Girl
- Put on a Bus: Was fired from the WWF prior to In Your House #2 in July 1995 due to budget cuts.
Renee Young (Renee Paquette) 2012-2020
- Apologetic Attacker: Apologized on Talking Smack for slapping Miz after he made a lewd comment about her "sleeping" with Dean Ambrose; Bryan waves it off, saying Miz deserved it and she has nothing to apologize for.
- Berserk Button: As Miz found out, do NOT make light of her relationship with Dean Ambrose.
- Beware the Nice Ones:
- She flipped her shit when Summer Rae invaded After Total Divas for the second time in a row without being invited.
- During an interview with The Miz, the latter mocks her about her relationship with Dean Ambrose, prompting Renee to slap him.
- Canada, Eh?: Is from Toronto.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Something she's picked up from Regal is going off on random - usually obviously made up - factoids about wrestlers, backstage gossip, or something another commentator has said.
- Hidden Depths: She might seem like your typical pretty face, but it only takes a few minutes of listening to her on commentary to realize she's actually quite interested in wrestling and has a good amount of knowledge on the industry. And previous to the WWE, she was a broadcaster for major Canadian sports network The Score and had her own wrestling-focused podcast.
- Unlike women in the company who see the WWE as a stepping stone to other forays, Young has made it clear she has no interest in making token efforts to wrestle or to just have her pretty face shown, but rather to use her broadcasting skills to becoming the first major female wrestling commentator.
- Official Couple: With Dean Ambrose, confirmed on Total Divas and social media, and finally acknowledged on-air on the 12/20/2016 edition of Smackdown Live. They married in 2017.
- Only Sane Woman: To quite a few of the people she interviews. Most of said interviews end with Renee looking completely confused, wondering what the hell just happened.
- Platonic Life-Partners: Has this dynamic with Regal whom she commentates along side on NXT. A common schtick they'll do during dull portions of the matches is Regal flirting with Renee (who will actually respond positively), Regal talking about his various girlfriends with her, the two of them discussing various pop gimmicks like selfies, or a short discussion on backstage gossip. More than one of their regular third commentators has noted this dynamic and their random tangents.
- Promotion to Opening Titles: After becoming pretty much the Tritagonist in The JBL and Cole Show. In which she celebrates with a hadoken.
Nick Aldis (Nicholas Aldis) 2023-
Kurt Angle 2017-2018
"Anonymous Raw GM" aka Hornswoggle (Dylan Postl) note 2010-2011; 2012
- Arch-Enemy: Edge. Which was hilariously used to illustrate how much RAW had decayed when Edge realized the sheer stupidity of the situation — from Austin stunning Mr. McMahon to Edge arguing with a computer.
- Beeping Computers
- Bullying a Dragon: Namely, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Jerry Lawler, and John Cena. He also had a rivalry with Edge, which ended with Edge flipping out and attacking the computer.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Ever since Triple H took over WWE as COO in July 2011, the GM has disappeared with no mention whatsoever of his whereabouts. The GM podium, however, continued to be set up for at least several weeks afterward.
- The Bus Came Back: As part of the storyline of bringing back past GMs for a week in July 2012, the GM returned. Still, no explanation as to why disappeared in the first place was given.
- He Who Must Not Be Seen: The GM communicates to the ring via e-mails. Michael Cole usually read them at a laptop set up for that express purpose next to the announcer's table, but Cole has also read them off his Blackberry and iPad.
- Kicks Everybody: Who's not Michael Cole.
- Ironically after The Reveal, Hornswoggle's last action was literally kicking Michael Cole.
- Retcon: After The Reveal of Hornswoggle, the sheer negative reception made WWE invoke this (by bringing back only the laptop itself for a one-off skit as if said Reveal had never happened).
- Stock Sound Effect: The e-mail sound effect is used in a number of Apple products such as the iPod and iTunes. Lampshaded when Edge and Christian make a parody of an announcement with Christian's iPhone.
- The Unreveal: It was never made clear who the Anonymous Raw GM was after Triple H took over as COO for Raw, and John Laurinaitis taking over as the Interim General Manager while the Board searches for a new GM. According to a former assistant to the Creative team, they had intended on revealing who it was, but Vince had lost interest and suggested they just reveal it was Laurinaitis "with a throwaway line backstage".
- The Reveal: It was finally revealed on the GM's 2012 return to be Hornswoggle. It went over about as well as you'd expect.
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin (Steven Austin FKA Steven James Anderson and Steve James Williams) 2003-2004
Eric Bischoff (Eric Aaron Bischoff) 2002-2005
Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson) 2016-2018
Mick Foley 2016-2017
Vickie Guerrero (Vickie Lynn Guerrero) 2005-2014
Paul Heyman 2001-2006, 2012-Present
John Laurinaitis (John Joseph Laurinaitis) 2001-2012
Theodore Long (Theodore Rufus Long) 1999-2014
Brad Maddox (Tyler Kluttz) 2012-2015
Drake Maverick (James Curtin) 2018-
Shawn Michaels (Michael Hickenbottom) 2022-
Adam Pearce (Adam John Pearce) 2018-Present
- Action Survivor: A former pro-wrestler himself.
- Ascended Extra: Pearce has made appearances as a backstage agent since 2018 but it wasn't until late 2019 that he started have a speaking role on WWE's programming.
- Number Two: Whilst probably the closest thing in two years (outside of the McMahon Family) to a General Manager on SmackDown, Pearce is not officially one and is clearly still an agent reporting to Mr. McMahon.
- Only Sane Employee: Pearce has always been shown to be a no-nonsense straight-to-the-point guy in terms of his command. With this in mind, Hilarity Ensues when Mr. McMahon forces him to dress up as "Postman Pearce" in order to get hold of Depraved Kids' Show Host Bray Wyatt to sign a contract.
- Straight Man