Warner Brothers Discovery and AEW have officially confirmed the lineup for the AEW Collision broadcast team. Set to debut on June 17, AEW Collision’s commentary crew was announced by Tony Khan, CEO of AEW, just one day prior to the premiere.
In a recent tweet, Khan unveiled the team that will be providing commentary for AEW Collision. Kevin Kelly and Nigel McGuinness are set to take the helm, while Jim Ross will join them, offering his expert analysis.
Jim Ross has been an integral part of AEW since 2019, primarily working on AEW Rampage in recent months, while still lending his voice to select matches during AEW pay-per-view events. Nigel McGuinness, who previously worked as a commentator in WWE, made his AEW debut on the April 5 episode of AEW Dynamite. Prior to that, he returned to Ring of Honor at ROH Supercard of Honor. Completing the team is Kevin Kelly, known for his English commentary work with New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Kelly brings his vast experience from his stints with WWE and ROH to the AEW Collision commentary booth.
With this talented trio at the helm, AEW Collision is sure to deliver an engaging and insightful viewing experience for wrestling fans worldwide. Be sure to tune in to witness the exciting debut of AEW Collision on June 17
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