Todd Pettengill filled many roles during his time in WWE in the mid-90s, hosting studio shows, interviewing superstars, and hosting pay-per-view events. Pettengill was one of the voices of the New Generation and spent plenty of time working with Vince McMahon and Kevin Dunn during his time in the company.
Back in March of ’96, Todd Pettengill was struck with an idea. What if he brought some of his world into the WWE realm?. Then known as the World Wrestling Federation, Pettengill was an on-air personality for the company, one that brought energy and passion—and goofiness and fun—to the product. His forte wasn’t necessarily pro wrestling, but rather entertainment as a whole. As a disc jockey since the age of 13 (since he was too young to be paid, the radio station rewarded him with records as a token of their appreciation for his services), Pettengill knew how to capture—and then seize—an audience’s attention.
Before Todd Pettengill was hired by WWE, he hosted a morning show in New York where he would do prank calls on unsuspected targets. Pettengill made his WWE debut on WWF Mania in 1993 and would serve as the host for many WWE studio shows and pay-per-view events. Speaking on...
With the return of In Your House comes the return of Todd Pettengill. When NXT brought back the In Your House brand in 2020, Pettengill returned for various video packages, but couldn't make the event due to the pandemic. With the pandemic winding down, Pettengill will be live and in-person this Sunday for NXT TakeOver: In Your House as the host.
Todd Pettengill will return to WWE NXT programming this Saturday as he and Wade Barrett host the “Takeover: In Your House” Global Press Conference. The press conference will air at 11am ET on Sunday, via Peacock and the WWE Network, plus all WWE social & digital platforms. Superstars advertised to appear with Pettengill and Barrett are LA Knight, Cameron Grimes, WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase Sr., Ember Moon, Dakota Kai, NXT Women’s Champion Raquel Gonzalez, Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Johnny Gargano, Pete Dunne, NXT Champion Karrion Kross, and Scarlett.
Todd Pettengill on his role at NXT Takeover In Your House, appearing in person after doing his role virtually last time, auditioning for Vince McMahon by trying to sell him on a bottle of water
The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast with Todd Pettengill. Todd Pettengill does not know what exactly he’ll be doing at NXT Takeover In Your House: Yeah, I have no idea. I absolutely have no idea what I’m doing. I know there’s a press conference that I’m a part of and I’m hosting the event. What that means? I don’t know. I guess they’ll tell me when I get there. That’s why I’m trying to prepare as much as I can, know as much as I can going in because you know, I think they’re sort of finding a place for me for this so whatever that role is, I’m happy to fill it.
Here's our fight size update for Wednesday, May 19th, 2021:. - WWE has announced that they will be doing a weekly countdown of tag teams starting on Wednesday, June 2 on WWE Network/Peacock:. - Today, AEW revealed the final models for their action figure lineup: Unrivaled Series 6. In the...
NXT is once again prepared to TakeOver your living rooms with the throwback event, In Your House. Last year, NXT brought back the old-school WWE In Your House event in the form of a TakeOver. Complete with a house set-up NXT rocked the retro set-up, NXT bright all the retro...