Last night on WWE.com's exclusive web show WWE NXT, commentator Todd Grisham said his final goodbyes to the WWE Universe with it being it his last night on commentary. A short while later, his broadcast partner William Regal stated the following in a Twitter post:
"I would like to thank @todd_grisham for all his help get me through NXT.Best wishes for your new career at ESPN."
As you can tell from the post, Grisham will be making his immediate departure this week from the WWE as he moves on to bigger and better things at ESPN, much like former SmackDown commentator Jonathan Coachman did a number of years ago.
Seeing that Grisham was effectively removed from the Friday Night broadcast team late last year in favor of Michael Cole, only to be moved over to the horrendous WWE NXT program a few months later, I don't blame him for taking a leave.
In all seriousness, Grisham was a pretty solid addition to the broadcast table during his time with the WWE since 2004, announcing on SmackDown, ECW, and most recently WWE NXT.
He is most famously known for his hate for TNA that has since surfaced in a hilarious video on YouTube while he was the host of WWE's Byte This nearly five years ago.
With that being said, those of you who actually tune into WWE NXT every week may be as curious as I am to see who will replace the former Slammy Award Winner alongside William Regal. After some analyzing of the current state of the numerous broadcasters in the WWE at the moment, which one of these elite five looks to make the cut next Tuesday night?