mauro ranallo

Mauro Ranallo’s voice is familiar to millions, and he’s made a name for himself calling some of the biggest moments in combat sports.

For years Mauro Ranallo was part of the WWE family where he worked as the lead commentator on the SmackDown brand before he was moved to NXT in 2017. But earlier this year Ranallo parted ways with WWE altogether.

Mauro recently spoke with John Pollock of POST Wrestling, and when he was asked about possibly returning to wrestler he noted that it would have to be on his terms.

“Will I go back to pro wrestling? It definitely has to be on my terms. I’m not a prima donna or anything, but I need to work with people that respect me, trust me, and will defer to my levels of experience. I’m as easy to work with as anyone else, but at this stage of my life, I need to be happy and comfortable. Pro wrestling, at the best of times, is taxing on your mental health, and it’s just the nature of the business.”

Although Mauro didn’t count out a return to wrestling he did make it clear that he’s not interested in working a WWE type schedule.

“I’m not interested in going back to that kind of rigorous schedule [with WWE]. I would love to call professional wrestling still, and I’m glad that there’s many promotions. I mean, AEW has been a win-win-win for them. Like the Monday Night Wars, I believe competition in every sense of the word should bring out the best in anyone. I’m just grateful there’s that many more paying opportunities for the workers. So, never say never, John.”

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