Charly Arnolt, a well-known sports journalist and anchor, has announced that she will be leaving ESPN after five years. The news came as a shock to many of her fans and colleagues, who have come to admire her reporting and on-air presence. Arnolt took to social media to share the news with her followers, expressing gratitude for her time at ESPN and the opportunities she has had there.
“2018 ➡️ 2023 (plus a few memories in between)! What a fantastic ride it’s been at ESPN these past nearly 5 years—but like all things, this one has come to an end as I embark on a new chapter in my career,” said Arnolt via her Instagram.
” I am so thankful for the people I’ve met and the experiences I’ve had. Can’t wait to share the details of my new endeavor very very soon! 🙏🏽.”
She added, “PS: I’m still working with UFC, so you can catch me on ESPN’s airwaves for those events 👊🏽.”
Despite leaving ESPN, Arnolt will continue to cover the UFC with the network, a move that many fans of the sport have welcomed. Arnolt has been a fixture in UFC coverage on ESPN, providing insightful analysis and interviews with some of the biggest names in the sport. Her continued involvement in UFC coverage is sure to boost the network and comfort fans who have come to appreciate her expertise and passion for the sport. While it is unclear what the future holds for Arnolt beyond her UFC coverage, her departure from ESPN marks the end of an era for both the network and her fans.