Charly Arnolt Gets Full-Time Job On ESPN

Charly Arnolt Caruso ESPN

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Charly Arnolt has secured a full-time gig at ESPN.

Arnolt, who served as an on-air personality for WWE as Charly Caruso, has been filling multiple roles at ESPN and she has now been rewarded with a full-time gig at the Worldwide Leader in Sports as part of a multi-year extension.

“It is so incredibly exciting to become a full-time member of the ESPN family,” Arnolt said in a statement. “I look forward to continuing to grow with such a talented group of professionals and I can’t wait for all the opportunities that lie ahead.”

She added on Instagram: “As I take this monumental next step in my career, I can’t do so without thanking so many of the people at WWE who I’ve spent the last nearly 5 years with. Thank you to those on and off camera who I had the chance to connect with not only professionally, but personally. Some true gems! And of course, thank you to the WWE Universe, a network of some of the most loyal fans in the world. I hope you all continue to stay in touch because your encouragement means everything!”

Charly Arnolt - attends the Maxim Big Game Experience at the Fairmont Atlanta on February 2nd, 2019 in Atlanta Georgia USA

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Arnolt, who graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from American University, will serve in a multitude of roles including contributions to First Take, SportsCenter, SportsNation, and more.

She will also continue the weekly ESPN Podcast First Take, Her Take alongside Kimberley A. Martin and Chiney Ogwumik.

“From radio and podcasts to TV and streaming, Charly continues to thrive across any platform she pursues. We are excited to have her join ESPN full time and interact with fans even more regularly across the network,” ESPN senior vice president David Roberts said.

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