Former TNA/Impact Wrestling mainstay and current WWE behind-the-scenes employee Jeremy Borash made his WWE television debut as part of the broadcast team for last night’s 205 Live.
Borash hosted this week’s “The Matches That Made Me” episode of 205 Live alongside Tom Phillips. He was introduced by Phillips at the start of the show, with Phillips joking that he’s sure this is the fashion that Borash always hoped he would make his WWE TV debut in. Phillips brought up that Borash had previously been on WCW Nitro, but TNA/Impact wasn’t directly mentioned.
Phillips and Borash also wrapped up last night’s show before it went off the air. Phillips asked Borash who he thought would win the interim NXT Cruiserweight Championship tournament and accused Borash of being biased for picking Drake Maverick, who Borash worked with in Impact Wrestling.
Borash joined WWE after departing Impact Wrestling in January 2018. He worked in a variety of on-screen and behind-the-scenes roles for Impact, and his job title in WWE/NXT is senior director of content and development.
Oney Lorcan was the focus of “The Matches That Made Me” on 205 Live last night. He tweeted about Borash being on the brand: “JEREMY BORASH IS A CERTIFIED LUNATIC AND I AM HAPPY HE IS ON 205 LIVE ON THE WWE NETWORK RIGHT NOW”