Charly Arnolt is a television and radio host/reporter, with a specialization in sports and entertainment. She got her start in the broadcasting business more than seven years ago and her job has taken her all over the world. She currently is a host and backstage interviewer for the WWE, where she goes by the alias Charly Caruso. (Catchy, huh?)

Before joining the WWE, she was a co-host on the nationally syndicated radio show, “The Bob and Tom Show,” a comedy talk news and sports program, and the host of her self-created web show “BackTalk Ball,” which combines sports, entertainment and comedy.

Charly also spent several years as a sports anchor and reporter for the FOX and CBS affiliates in her hometown of Indianapolis. There, Charly worked closely with the Colts, Pacers, IndyCar circuit and various NCAA programs, such as Indiana, Purdue and Butler. Additionally, she has spent time covering the sports and news scenes in Kansas City, Missouri at the FOX affiliate and in Huntington/Charleston, West Virginia at the NBC affiliate.

A former athlete herself, Charly grew up doing gymnastics before turning to volleyball and softball. (Her dreams of being a pro volleyball player were shattered when she failed to grow more than 5’2’’.) When she’s not strutting her sports knowledge or tracking down the WWE talent for an interview, she spends her time staying active, doing CrossFit, training in Muay Thai and playing flag football and sand volleyball. Charly also loves making people laugh. She studies improv comedy and has dabbled stand-up comedy.

She attended American University in Washington, D.C. and graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism.