WWE Interviewer Charly Caruso has a big new gig, but don’t worry, that doesn’t mean she’s leaving the WWE Universe just yet.
Caruso, who was recently seen asking Dean Ambrose the hard questions in this week’s RAW announced on her Instagram that she is about to begin working for ESPN’s SportsCenter.
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Charly Arnolt…ESPN. WHAAAAAT!!! Been waiting my whole life to say those 4 letters! So yep, here I am—officially an ESPN employee! (No, I am NOT leaving WWE! That’s still my home and I am so happy there!) I’ll be doing a few things at ESPN from time to time for now, including SportsCenter updates and hosting the SportsCenter on Snapchat show. I’m still in disbelief. WWE + ESPN = KILLER COMBO! I am so incredible appreciative and fortunate for both of these wonderful opportunities! Check me out all day today and tomorrow doing SC updates! ????? @espn @wwe . . . . #espn #sportscenter #sports #football #anchor #host #basketball #news #wwe #nyc #dreamcometrue #bucketlist #goals #lifeiscrazy
In her post, Caruso reveals how excited she is for her new gig, calling it a “dream come true”, “life goal”, and part of her “bucket list”. She also hastened to assure the WWE Universe that she is not leaving.
“No, I am NOT Leaving WWE! That’s still my home and I am so happy there!” she wrote.
According to her post, her new duties at ESPN will include giving SportsCenter updates and being the host on the SportsCenter on Snapchat show. Caruso, will be using her real name Charly Arnolt, while on ESPN.
Caruso ends her post with the following: “I’m still in disbelief. WWE + ESPN = KILLER COMBO! I am so incredibly appreciative and fortunate for both of these wonderful opportunities!”
WWE seems to be quite happy for Caruso, and are possibly thinking about the crossover possibilities Caruso’s new gig might bring. They announced Caruso’s ESPN news on their official website and stated they were “congratulating her on this new and exciting opportunity.”
Caruso was hired by the WWE as an on-air personality for both WWE and NXT back in 2016. Before that, she was a weekend sports anchor at WXIN-TV, based in Indianapolis. She studied broadcast journalism at the American University in Washington D.C.