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Todd Grisham, employed by World Wrestling Entertainment for seven years, has exited Vince McMahon's company for a job at ESPN.

PWInsider reports Grisham's role at WWE had been reduced over the past year. Before joining the circus that is professional wrestling entertainment, Grisham worked as a soccer broadcaster for Fox Sports. It's unknown what Grisham's official gig will be at ESPN.

Born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, the same town as former NFL star Brett Favre, Grisham picked up his first broadcasting job for KVTO in Ottumwa, Iowa, a city that Corporal Walter Eugene "Radar" O'Reilly claimed as his home on the iconic TV series "M*A*S*H."

Grisham is the second former WWE employee to make the jump to ESPN, joining Jonathan "The Coach" Coachman who spent nine years working as a professional wrestling interviewer, commentator and presenter.

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