Jonathan William Coachman – born August 12, 1973 – is a former professional wrestling personality best known for his time with WWE and XFL.
Before embarking on an announcing career in professional wrestling, Coachman was a high school basketball player.
After two state basketball championships at McPherson High School in McPherson, Kansas, Coachman moved across town to continue playing for McPherson College.
While at McPherson, Coachman’s interests included participating in theatre, serving as the sports editor for the school newspaper, and doing play-by-play and colour commentary for the local football and basketball radio broadcasts.
Coachman was also a sports reporter/anchor at KAKE in Wichita, Kansas, and also lived for a time in Newton Falls, Ohio, frequently attending Youngstown State Penguins basketball games.
Coachman also worked for local Kansas City news station KMBC-TV, where he was a correspondent for Larry King Live’s coverage of Owen Hart’s death in May 1999.
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