Mauro Ranallo’s time with WWE has come to an end as the popular NXT announcer has decided to part ways with the company.
Ranallo, who has been doing NXT broadcasts from his home rather than Orlando, missed the last few shows due to a family issue, said to be the hospitalization of his mother.
“I appreciate the opportunity I had to realize my childhood dream of working in sports entertainment, and I wish WWE well in the future,” Ranallo wrote in a statement. “Now I want to direct my focus and devote my time to my other projects and to my mental health charitable activities and the well-being of my mother and myself.”
Meanwhile, WWE also issued a statement on his departure, which this time seemed more amicable than last time around.
“WWE and Mauro Ranallo have mutually and amicably agreed to part ways. Mauro’s passion and enthusiasm left an indelible and exciting mark with WWE and its fans, and we wish him the best in his future endeavors,” WWE said.
Ranallo left WWE the first time around a few years ago because of bullying by fellow peers but was then brought back to the company by Triple H to do NXT instead of Smackdown.
The relationship between the two parties has healed since then and Ranallo had some of the best calls while in NXT.