It has been reported that Mauro Ranallo has come to terms with World Wrestling Entertainment on a new deal that will see him remain the WWE NXT lead announcer. The terms of the deal were agreed on about a month ago.
The deal will also allow Ranallo to continue working non-WWE gigs in the world of MMA and boxing with Showtime.
Mauro first signed with WWE to work SmackDown in December 2015. He briefly left in April 2017, but returned in June to become the voice of NXT. It was reported then that Ranallo had signed a multi-year deal with the company.
S.A.M.’s Spiel: I love this news and I have been a fan of Mauro for years prior to him signing with WWE. I think his voice fits in perfectly with NXT and I love the excitement and passion he shows each time he calls a match. I know Mauro isn’t for everybody because of his style but I will always be a huge fan of him.