Jonathan Coachman Net Worth

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Jonathan William Coachman was born on the 12th August 1972, in McPherson, Kansas USA, and is a sports interviewer, best known for his work with WWE, as a wrestler, commentator and interviewel. He currently works for ESPN.

Have you ever wondered how rich Jonathan Coachman is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Coachman’s net worth is as high as $2 million, while his yearly salary is $500,000 suggests that this nay well rise.

Jonathan Coachman Net Worth $2 Million

Jonathan grew up in his hometown and went to McPherson High School, where he played basketball and led his team to two state championships, before he matriculated and enrolled at McPherson College. There, he expanded his interests to theatre, and working as a sports editor on the school newspaper, and was also a play-by-play and color commentator for the local basketball and football teams. After college, he became a sports reporter, and anchor for KAKE, based in Wichita, Kansas, and also worked for KMBC-TV, based in Kansas City; all a good basis to his net worth.
Jonathan first joined World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1999, working as an interviewer, commentator and presenter. He also had screen time with wrestler The Rock, in which The Rock tried to humiliate Jonathan in every way possible.

In 2003 he appeared at SummerSlam as heel turn against Shane McMahon, Following which he would often feature on-screen as lackey to Raw general manager at the time Eric Bischoff. He continued to work under script, teaming up with WWE Heat announcer Al Snow, and with him feuding against Raw announcers Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross. Little by little his name was becoming more popular in the wrestling world and he made several appearances in the ring, defeating Tajiri in one of his matches, and then became host of the 2004 Raw Diva Searches, and the following year hosted the same event. After that, he started writing for the now defunct Raw Magazine, and hosted his own show on WWE.com. In 2005 he signed a multi-year contract with WWE and became the third member of the RAW broadcast team.

In 2006, Jonathan became Executive Assistant to Vince McMahon, helping run Raw on a daily basis, and the next year he was promoted to Interim General Manager, after the staged death of Vince McMahon in a limo explosion. However, that didn’t last long as William Regal was appointed as new General Manager of Raw in August that year, and as a result, Jonathan became his assistant. In 2008, his contract expired and decided not to renew it. Nevertheless, he eventually returned to WWE in March 2016, and since then has been a part of the Wrestling industry.

Following his departure in 2008, he joined ESPN the next year and became anchor of SportsCenter. Three years later he was appointed as the host of the show “Coach & Company”, broadcast through ESPN Radio. Furthermore, he has also worked with other TV stations, including CBS and MSG Network, on which he was the studio host for New York Knicks games.

Regarding his personal life, Jonathan was married to Amy Coachman, however they are now divorced, but have two children together.

Full NameJonathan Coachman
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 12, 1972
Place Of BirthKansas City, Kansas, USA
Height6' 3" (1.91 m)
Weight107 kg
EducationMcPherson College
SpouseAmy Coachman
ChildrenKayana Coachman, JJ Coachman
MoviesWWE: Bad Blood '04
TV ShowsSaturday Night's Main Event, WWF Jakked/Metal, WWF Excess, VGX Award Show
1Currently commentating the RAW show and pay-per-views alongside Joey Styles and Jerry Lawler. [January 2006]
2Turned heel (or bad guy) and is now joining forces with RAW General Manager, Eric Bischoff. [August 2003]
3Working as a reporter/studio analyst for ESPN's The Blitz [September 2008]
4Currently doing the Color Commentary on Friday Night SmackDown! alongside Michael Cole. [December 2007]
5The night after Owen Hart's death, he appeared on Larry King Live (1985) as a local TV reporter who was in the crowd at Kemper Arena. His fellow guest that night, Eric Bischoff (then WCW President), later worked alongside him in WWE, as the Coach's on-screen boss.
6Two-time KCAC (Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference) men's basketball Player of the Year in 1994 and 1995.
7During his stint at KMBC-Channel 9 in Kansas, he interviewed wrestler Shawn Michaels for a local news piece, and was approached by a WWE executive, who offered him an on-air role with the wrestling organization. He accepted.
8Although not employed at the time by WWE, he was in attendance the night wrestler Owen Hart fell to his death at the Kemper Arena.
9Former TV news reporter from Kansas City, Missouri.
10WWE commentator and interviewer.


WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 20092008Video GameJonathan 'The Coach' Coachman (voice)
E.C.W.2007-2008TV SeriesJonathan Coachman
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 20072006Video GameJonathan Coachman (voice)
WWE Day of Reckoning 22005Video GameJonathan Coachman (voice)
ECW One Night Stand2005TV MovieJonathan Coachman
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW2004Video GameJonathan Coachman (voice)
WWE Day of Reckoning2004Video GameJonathan Coachman (voice)
WWF: Action!2001VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE Jakked1999-2001TV SeriesJonathan Coachman
No Way Out2000TV MovieJonathan Coachman


Mike & Mike2014TV Series performer - 1 episode


WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth2002Video Game special thanks: WWE


WWE Taboo Tuesday2004TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Unforgiven2004TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Summerslam2004TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Raw Diva Search Casting Special2004TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
WWE Bad Blood2004TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Backlash2004TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WrestleMania XX2004TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Mick Foley's Greatest Hits & Misses: A Life in Wrestling2004VideoHimself
Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection2003VideoHimself
Survivor Series2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches2003VideoHimself
WWE Unforgiven2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Summerslam2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Bad Blood2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Judgment Day2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Backlash2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WrestleMania XIX2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Girls Gone Wild: Live from Spring Break2003VideoHimself - Host
WWE No Way Out2003TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE: Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction2003Video documentaryJonathan Coachman
Survivor Series2002TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE No Mercy2002TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Summerslam2002TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Divas: Undressed2002TV Special documentaryHimself
WWE: Byte This!2002TV SeriesHimself
WWE Bottom Line2002TV SeriesHimself
King of the Ring2002TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWF Backlash2002TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WrestleMania X82002TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Survivor Series2001TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWF Excess2001TV SeriesHimself (2001-2002)
King of the Ring2001TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWF Judgment Day2001TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWF Judgment Day2000TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWF Backlash2000TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WrestleMania 20002000TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Royal Rumble2000TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Larry King Live1999TV SeriesHimself
WWE Metal1998TV SeriesHimself (1999-2002)
WWF Livewire1997TV SeriesHimself (2000-)
Mike & Mike2013-2016TV SeriesHimself - Substitute Co-Host / Himself - Substitute Host
WWE Raw2000-2016TV SeriesJonathan Coachman
The Edge and Christian Show That Totally Reeks of Awesomeness2016TV SeriesHimself
SportsCenter2015-2016TV SeriesHimself - Anchor
LeagueOne: In the Spotlight!2015TV SeriesHimself
W.W.E. 242015TV Series documentaryHimself
Splash2013TV SeriesHimself - SportsCenter
WWE Hall of Fame 20132013TV SpecialHimself
The JBL Show2013TV SeriesHimself
ESPN Friday Night Fights2011TV SeriesHimself - Host
MMA Live2010TV SeriesHimself - Guest Host
Creating 'WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2009'2008Video documentary shortHimself
WWE Smackdown!2000-2008TV SeriesJonathan Coachman
WrestleMania XXIV2008TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE No Way Out2008TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Royal Rumble2008TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Sunday Night Heat2000-2007TV SeriesJonathan Coachman / Himself - commentator
Family Feud2007TV SeriesHimself
WWE Unforgiven2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Summerslam2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Saturday Night's Main Event2007TV SeriesJonathan Coachman
WWE Great American Bash2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Draft Special2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Backlash2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Hall of Fame 20072007TV SpecialHimself
Royal Rumble2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE New Year's Revolution2007TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology2006VideoHimself - Commentator
Survivor Series2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Cyber Sunday2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Unforgiven2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
MSG, NY2006TV SeriesHimself - Host (2007-)
Summerslam2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Vengeance2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Backlash2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WrestleMania 222006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Hall of Fame 20062006TV SpecialHimself
WWE Royal Rumble2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE New Year's Revolution2006TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Tribute to the Troops2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Armageddon2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Survivor Series2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Taboo Tuesday2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE A.M. Raw2005TV SeriesHimself (2005-)
WWE Unforgiven2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
Summerslam2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Vengeance2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Backlash2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Viva Las Divas2005Video documentaryHimself
WrestleMania 212005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman
WWE Hall of Fame 20052005Video documentaryHimself
WWE $250,000 Raw Diva Search2005VideoHimself (as Coach)
WWE Royal Rumble2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman (as The Coach)
WWE New Year's Revolution2005TV SpecialJonathan Coachman

Archive Footage

Eric Bischoff: Sports Entertainment's Most Controversial Figure2016VideoHimself
The Top 100 Moments in Raw History2012VideoJonathan Coachman
Undertaker: The Streak - 20-02012Video documentaryJonathan Coachman
WWE: You Think You Know Me - The Story of Edge2012VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE: The Undertaker's Deadliest Matches2010VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE: Batista - I Walk Alone2009VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE Smackdown!2004-2009TV SeriesJonathan Coachman
WWE: The Best of SmackDown - 10th Anniversary 1999-20092009VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 42008Jonathan Coachman
The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment2008VideoJonathan Coachman
The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin2008VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 42008VideoJonathan Coachman
WWE: John Cena - My Life2007VideoJonathan Coachman
The Rock - The People's Champ2000VideoJonathan Coachman

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