WWE has recently signed two announcers from Impact Wrestling and House of Hardcore to contracts.
McKenzie Mitchell, formerly of Impact Wrestling, announced on Twitter today that she has been hired by WWE to be an on-air host. There is no word on what show she will be hosting. Mitchell worked for Impact from 2016 until announcing she was leaving in January 2019. Mitchell also works for Fan Girl Sports covering the Baltimore Ravens.
— McKenzie Mitchell (@mckenzienmitch) September 11, 2019
WWE also hired Matt Camp, the lead announcer from House of Hardcore.
Camp took over the lead announcer role after WWE signed Vic Joseph from the promotion in 2017. Camp is also a host on the Sirius XM Fantasy Sports channel, as well as the lead fantasy football analyst for Bleacher Report.
Camp will be serving as an on-air and digital talent for the company. There is no word on what show he will be on television, but he was photoed in front of a WWE Now logo insinuating he will be hosting that digital show on YouTube.
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
— Matt Camp (@TheMattCamp) September 11, 2019