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General

Scott Hudson (September 20, 1964) is a former World Championship Wrestling, Global Wrestling Federation, World Wrestling Entertainment & Total Nonstop Action Wrestling commentator.

Career

In 1990 Husdon began his announcing career with the now-defunct Global Wrestling Federation, based in Dallas, Texas. In 1998 he moved to WCW teaming up with Tony Schiavone on WCW Monday Nitro. On March 26, 2001 Tony Schiavone & Scott Hudson called the final WCW Nitro telecast on TNT after WWE purchased WCW. In June 2001 the WWF wanted Joey Styles & Scott Hudson to come in full-time but they both turned down the offer. The WWF asked Scott Hudson to do two weeks of Television just to push the Invasion angle which he agreed to do. July 2, 2001: Scott Hudson debuted with the World Wrestling Federation on RAW in Tacoma, Washington. Scott Hudson was teamed up with Arn Anderson at the broadcast table as part of the WCW Invasion angle. The first ever match that featured WCW performers was between Booker T and Buff Bagwell in a World title match. In 2003 Scott Hudson debuted in NWA Total Nonstop Action as a fill-in announcer and full-time backstage interviewer. In 2005 Scott Hudson joined Vince Russo's "Ring Of Glory" Christian Wrestling promotion/ministry. On December 16, 2005—Vince Russo's Ring of Glory: Scott Hudson worked at the announcer for the event.

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