The name making the rounds ever since the WWE announced a major shift in the commentary and analyst teams for RAW, SmackDown, and NXT is Kevin Patrick. Hailing from the land of the Irish, Patrick has been involved in many behind-the-mic roles.
Furthermore, the former RAW Talk host has become the new play-by-play commentator on Monday Night RAW replacing Jimmy Smith. Moreover, he joins color commentator Corey Graves to call the action on the flagship show.
He made his debut a few hours before RAW in March 2021 along with colleague Sarah Schreiber. Since then, he has been a constant fixture on the show and now will lead the charge of the WWE commentary broadcast on Monday Nights. But who exactly is Kevin Patrick? Let’s take a deep look at the new voice of the red brand.
Kevin Patrick is genuinely one of the most humble people you'll ever meet he's gonna knock this out of the park no doubt. pic.twitter.com/nkoZuGXtoV
— Alastair McKenzie🏴 (@mckenzieas93V2) October 10, 2022
Kevin Patrick stands tall at 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 meters) matching almost with top-caliber stars with a good height for a WWE personnel.
2. Kevin Patrick: List of WWE accolades
The new flagship show commentator has been the backstage correspondent for Monday Night Raw, Raw Talk host, as well as the play-by-play commentator for WWE Main Event. He has also tasted championship victory becoming the WWE 24×7 champion on one occasion.
3. Real name
Kevin’s real name is Kevin Patrick Egan hailing from Ireland. However, he does not include his middle name during on-screen WWE appearances.
4. Career before WWE
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Before joining global juggernaut (WWE) in March 2021, he worked as a caster/eSports Host for Major League Soccer. His beginnings in the entertainment industry came with RTE, Ireland’s National Broadcaster, where he worked at the 2004 Olympics and world-class soccer events.
Ever since he moved to the USA, he worked for a number of companies such as the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, beIN SPORTS, Big Ten Network, Sirius XM, and CNN International.