Meet Charly Arnolt, the “always great” ex-ESPN reporter who fans are begging to “return to WWE.”

ESPN personality Charly Arnolt is leaving to host a new show on OutKick and fans are begging her to return to WWE.

Arnolt, 33, worked at ESPN for five years and is moving to a new network, but fans want her back at ringside.

Charly Arnolt leaves ESPN for Outkick


Charly Arnolt leaves ESPN for OutkickPhoto credit: Instagram / Charly Arnolt
Charly Arnolt will continue to contribute for ESPN UFC shows and events


Charly Arnolt will continue to contribute for ESPN UFC shows and eventsPhoto credit: Instagram / Charly Arnolt

The ex-ESPN host broke the news with a series of photos on social media earlier this week.

She captioned the heartfelt post saying her time there was an “amazing ride.”

“What an amazing ride at ESPN over the past almost 5 years – but like all things this has come to an end as I begin a new chapter in my career.”

“I’m so grateful for the people I’ve met and the experiences I’ve had. I can’t wait to share the details of my new Endeavor very, very soon!”

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She also noted that she is not leaving ESPN entirely and will continue to work with the company for MMA events.

“PS I’m still working with UFC so you can catch me on ESPN’s airwaves for these events.”

Fans quickly took to her Instagram page and commented on several photos of her with praise and compliments.

One said: “Hottest anchor ever…talented and dedicated. Good luck for the new company.”

Another said: “Always looks stunning.”

Others hoped this was a sign that she was returning to WWE.

One said: “Endeavour? You just bought WWE. WWE Return confirmed.”

And another expressed: “Please come back to WWE. You were the best.”

Arnolt has been with ESPN since 2018 and has been a contributor to First Take, Sports Center, Sports Nation and co-host of the First Take podcast Her Take.

She was born on July 14, 1987 in Indianapolis.

She has always had a passion for sports and grew up loving volleyball, gymnastics and softball.

In 2010, she graduated from American University in Washington, DC with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.

After graduating, she went to West Virginia to work for a local broadcaster.

Then, after eight months, he moved to Kansas to work on WDAF-TV’s Morning Live segment.

After working in Kansas for two years, she moved back to Indianapolis for a job in sports journalism.

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She worked there for over two years before wrestling emerged, leading to her famous ESPN appearance.

The show, which Arnolt will host, hasn’t been announced, but it will be available on the Outkicks streaming services.

She worked at ESPN for five years


She worked at ESPN for five yearsPhoto credit: Instagram / Charly Arnolt
Charly Arnolt graduated from American University with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism


Charly Arnolt graduated from American University with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalismPhoto credit: Getty


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