With plenty of changes coming to WWE's many different broadcast teams, Mickie James isn't exactly certain of who will join her on Main Event commentary.
James recently was announced as an announcer for WWE's Main Event show and spoke about getting the opportunity in an interview on her personal website. James described herself as very excited when she was asked by WWE to do commentary. While James is out of the ring due to ACL surgery, she said it is good to be back on the road and to utilize her new role within the company to check out the other wrestlers in WWE and avoid missing out on WWE programming up close.
"I was surprised WWE offered me the opportunity but very excited to jump on board. It’s good to be back on the road with the crew and to call matches of Superstars you don’t always get to see on the main broadcasts. As odd as it sounds, because I’ve only been off the road for a couple months, I feel like I’m missing out on so much. This gives me the opportunity to scout the Superstars who are going to be waiting to battle me when I’m healed up," James said.
While James got her start on Main Event, she will now have to deal with a brand new commentary team. Her first broadcast partners on Main Event were Vic Joseph and Dio Maddin, but they both got moved over to Raw starting with the September 30 episode. James isn't sure who she will be working with next.
"I guess this makes me the veteran of Main Event huh? I haven’t heard yet who I’m going to be working with next, but I’m sure it’ll be a fun environment," James said.
The full interview can be read on James' site at this link.