WWE adds another on-air talent.
House of Hardcore lead announcer Matt Camp announced that he has been hired by WWE to work as an on-air host and digital talent.
My first @WWE event was 2/23/92 in @TheGarden.— Matt Camp (@TheMattCamp) September 11, 2019
Appropriately enough, this is my first week as an on-air host/digital talent for WWE.
Thanks to everyone who supported me along the way. pic.twitter.com/rCBOuGlaH4
Along with his work for House of Hardcore, Camp is a host on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports channel and is the lead fantasy football analyst for Bleacher Report. Camp is the second House of Hardcore announcer WWE has hired in recent years. In 2017, they hired Vic Joseph, who was the lead announcer for House of Hardcore at the time. Camp would be the man to replace Joseph once he signed with WWE. Joseph currently serves as the lead announcer for 205 Live.
This marks the second on-air hosting hire WWE has made on Wednesday. Earlier, McKenzie Mitchell, who previously worked with IMPACT Wrestling, announced that she would be joining WWE as an on-air host. You can view her announcement by clicking here.