Longtime UFC Announcer Mike Goldberg Is Reportedly Leaving The Company After UFC 207
It looks like the Mike Goldberg/ Joe Rogan announcing team is coming to an end.
Today, ENTimports is reporting (and later confirmed by MMAFighting.com’s Luke Thomas) that UFC 207 will be Goldie’s final show with the organization.
However, sources close to the situation have told ENTimports.com that UFC 207 looks like it could be the final show for Mike Goldberg as the new UFC owners continue to make changes.
Goldberg started with the UFC in 1997, but has also called the action for many other top professional sports teams including the Detroit Redwings, Minnesota Wild, and short stint with the NFL in 2014.
If this is truly the last time Mike Goldberg will call a fight in the octagon, who will be the man to replace him and what sort of other big changes will be coming as we enter 2017?
If true, Goldberg’s removal is one of the several changes to come from new UFC owners WME-IMG. Goldberg, who has been with the UFC since 1997, has called a plethora of high profile fights with the company alongside longtime partner Joe Rogan.