Former Mike Goldberg, also known as Goldie, is back! That’s right! Goldberg will be working again in the very near future, but it won’t be under the WME-IMG owned banner this time around.play-by-play commentator
Bellator MMA on Tuesday officially announced that Goldberg and Mauro Ranallo will join the broadcast booth for Bellator NYC, which is the pay-per-view portion of Bellator 180.
Bellator CEO Scott Coker said,
Mike Goldberg and Mauro Ranallo are two of the best in our business and I couldn’t be happier about them joining the Bellator family. In addition to June 24, we look forward to working together to make future Spike broadcasts even more exciting for our fans as we add further depth to an already-exceptional broadcast team.
According to a press release, the duo would join longtime color commentator Jimmy Smith, Jenn Brown, andon the broadcast team.
The addition of highly-regarded announcers Mauro and Mike to our fantastic lineup of broadcasters, and our first-rate production led by Scott Fishman, further demonstrates our commitment MMA fans and expanding the global Bellator brand.
Sean Grande, who was Bellator’s previous play-by-play commentator left the promotion earlier this week.
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