WWE continues to aggressively pursue the hottest in-ring talents available, it
appears that the company is also looking to snap up any non-wrestling talent
who can help bring something to the overall WWE product – as seen by WWE now
signing up McKenzie Mitchell and Matt Camp.
Mitchell and Camp took to Twitter to confirm their respective WWE signings.
McKenzie Mitchell, she’s previously worked as a backstage interviewer for Impact
Wrestling under Dixie Carter’s stewardship. Having been with Impact since May
2016, Mitchell left the company this past January. More recently, Mitchell has
worked for Fox Sports West out of Los Angeles in addition to providing
commentary on the independent scene.
Matt Camp is concerned, he’s previously worked for Bleacher Report and Sirius
XM. Camp has already taken up his WWE role as an on-air host for WWE Digital.
the impending TNT debut of All Elite Wrestling, WWE is clearly keen to snap up
as much available talent – in-ring or not – as they gear themselves up to face
their first real competition in many a year. That, of course, providing AEW
becomes the wrestling company that so many fans are hoping for.