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Pat McAfee Says He Misses WWE Every Day



Pat McAfee had been part of the WWE SmackDown brand as a color commentator before joining ESPN’s College Gameday as a regular. He also appeared at WrestleMania 39 in an impromptu match with The Miz.

The former NFL kicker will be taking his daily show, The Pat McAfee Show, from Fanduel to ESPN. Starting next month, the show will air on ESPN, ESPN+, and YouTube. 

While doing a Q&A on Instagram, McAfee noted that time is preventing him from being more involved in WWE. He said,

“This is going to sound like pandering or a cheap pop. It’s not. Every day. Literally. When I was in the NFL, I was envious of people who could do indie wrestling because I wasn’t allowed under my NFL contract and I couldn’t jeopardize what was paying for my me, family and friends to have a much better life. I get an opportunity to wrestle and do the WWE life, an it was an honor and a dream, and I had the time of my fucking life in there. Loved it, every single moment, but now my business has got to a point where I’m very lucky for this and fortunate for this. We’ve worked our ass off, but I’m incredibly busy, and we’ve got fifteen employees over here that are having babies and building houses. It’s a tough thing to deal with mentally because emotionally, I want to be there, but I just can’t timing wise. We will figure it out.”

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