Sean Mooney Biography
Sean Mooney is a former World Wrestling Federation(WWF) play by play announcer who was born on May 21st, 1959 in Rochester, New York. He is American.
He now works at KVOA as an anchor. KVOA is an NBC affiliate in Tucson, Arizona. He debuted on WWF Wrestling Challenge replacing the former announcer, Craig DeGeorge on May 15th, 1988. People said that he was hired because he resembled new GLOW wmwcww Johnny C. and that DeGeorge was himself a GLOW founder David McLane’s look-alike.
Sean Mooney Age
He was born on May 21st, 1959 in Rochester, New York. He is 59 years old as of 2018.
Sean Mooney Wife
He is married to Katharine Harrington Flynn the daughter of Suzanne D. Flynn and Michael H. Flynn of Fairfield.
Sean Mooney Height
He is 178CM /1.78M/ 5′ 10″ tall.
Sean Mooney Career| WWF| KVOA
In WWF, he was mainly involved in play-by-play announcements for matches that were aired on Prime Time Wrestling, and he also hosted the “Events Center” segment on WWF Superstars and WWF Wrestling Challenge. He also announced matches in WWF Mania and WWF All-American Wrestling.
He made his debut on pay-per-view in August 1988, which was when the first SummerSlam took place. He was an interviewer at this stage. His last major appearance was on the 1992 Survivor Series and also on the early episodes of the WWF Monday Night Raw with his last appearance on WWF TV as the host to the countdown show to WrestleMania IX.
He was replaced by Todd Pettengill as an interviewer and Event Center personality and by Gorilla Monsoon on WWF Mania and WWF All-American Wrestling for play by play announcements after his contract expired on April 1993 and decided not to renew it.
Mooney has also worked as an on-camera and producer for Major League Baseball Productions back in the early 1980s. This was before he was hired by WWF. He was also an anchorman for WWOR-TV based in Secaucus, New Jersey where he worked till 1997 and was replaced by Ernie Anastos. Still, in 1997, he moved to WBZ in Boston where he was an anchorman for less than a year.
Since 2000, Mooney worked for FOX Sports Arizona where he was focusing on University of Arizona football and basketball. In 2010, he presented FOX Sports coverage of Rugby around the world and also the Rugbyville USA camp that took place in Glendale, Colorado. In 2012, he started working as a weekend news anchor for News 4 Tucson working for KVOA TV.
He also hosts a podcast on MLW Radio Network, Prime Time with Sean Mooney- cohosted by former WWE Wrestler, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan for the first 18 seasons. On July 13, 2018, it was announced Mooney will commentate the ALL IN broadcast with Don Callis, Ian Riccaboni, Excalibur, Alicia Atout, Justin Roberts, and Bobby Cruise.
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Former WWF announcer Mooney at WWE Headquarters
Former WWE announcer Sean Mooney is at WWE Headquarters today. I’m not exactly sure what the reason is for his visit but my guess is that he is filming material for the WWE Network.
Mooney works full-time as a news anchor for KVOA in Phoenix, Arizona. Other than an appearance at Raw Homecoming in 2005 and the Raw 1,000th episode in 2012, he pretty much moved on from the business after 1993.