ALL IN Announces Broadcast Team, Who’s Who of Indie Announcers

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ALL IN’s big announcement this evening was the team they’ve assembled for the broadcast of ALL IN. While a home hasn’t been announced for the live event, Starrcast (the ALL IN Convention) will be streamed on the Fite TV App. The announcement features a who’s who of indie wrestling commentary, ring announcers and interviewers.

IAN RICCABONI, Commentary

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A former broadcaster for Phillies Nation, Ian Riccaboni joined Ring of Honor in 2014, replacing Kevin Kelly as lead commentator for ROH television and Pay Per Views in February of 2017 when Kelly left to join NJPW’s English commentary team.

DON CALLIS, Commentary

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Also the Executive Vice President of Impact Wrestling, Don Callis wears two commentator hats currently, as the color commentator for NJPW’s English commentary (alongside Kevin Kelly) and for Impact Wrestling (alongside Josh Matthews).

EXCALIBUR, Commentary

Long time indie wrestler Excalibur was one of the squad that founded Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) back in 2002, but retired in 2007 due to concussions. He took over color commentary for PWG, as well as several other indie promotions.

SEAN MOONEY, Interviewer

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Sean Mooney was a backstage interviewer for the WWF from 1988 to 1993, during the tail end of the Rock N’ Wrestling Era. Since departing from the WWF, he’s worked as a news anchor as well as a baseball correspondent for Fox Sports in Arizona.

ALICIA ATOUT, Interviewer

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The newest backstage interviewer for Impact Wrestling, Alicia Atout started out with her own successful blog, AMBY (Another Music Blog, Yeah?). She also works for Smash Wrestling, RISE, and many other indie promotions.

BOBBY CRUISE, Ring Announcer

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A longtime indie ring announcer, Cruise was brought into ROH initially as Steve Corino’s personal announcer, but has since become the lead ring announcer for Ring of Honor.

JUSTIN ROBERTS, Ring Announcer

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Justin Roberts is best remembered as the long time Live Events and ring announcer for the WWE, from 2002 until 2014. Since then, he’s done guest ring announcing for other promotions, such as House of Hardcore.

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