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WWE Parts Ways with Long-Time Host Matt Camp

In a series of recent departures, WWE has reportedly released Matt Camp, a familiar face in the world of wrestling broadcasting. Camp, known for his role as co-host of The Bump and various streaming and online programs, including premium live event Kickoffs and Raw & SmackDown post-shows, was let go by the company last week, according to PWInsider.

Camp’s departure follows the releases of NXT interviewer McKenzie Mitchell in December and SmackDown announcer Kevin Patrick a few weeks prior. While the reasons for Camp’s release remain undisclosed, sources within WWE have not received any explanation for the decision, nor has the company made an internal announcement regarding the move.

Joining WWE in 2019 alongside Mitchell, Camp brought a wealth of experience to the company, having previously served as an announcer for Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore. Additionally, he was a frequent guest on Sirius XM’s Busted Open and contributed to Bleacher Report’s coverage of fantasy football. Camp’s presence was notable on The Bump, where he appeared on every episode until his absence from the recent broadcast on February 7, where he was replaced by Sam Roberts.

As of now, Camp has not publicly commented on his departure from WWE, leaving fans and colleagues to speculate about the circumstances surrounding his exit from the company.

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