Joe Buck and Troy Aikman leave Fox to host ESPN’s Monday Night Football

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman leave Fox to host ESPN's Monday Night Football

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Fox Sports play-by-play commentator Joe Buck, left, and expert Troy Aikman operate in the broadcast cubicle prior to a preseason NFL football video game in between the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars in Miami Gardens, Fla.,Aug 22, 2019.

Lynne Sladky|AP

The super star revealing group of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman is leaving Fox to host “Monday Night Football” for ESPN, the sports network revealed Wednesday.

The statement followed weeks of speculation about the duo, who have actually been calling video games together for 20 seasons. They called 6 Super Bowls together on Fox.

Buck and Aikman, who was likewise a Super Bowl- winning quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys, will likewise contribute material to ESPN’s streaming service, ESPN+.

“My earliest memories of walking around football stadiums are tagging along with my dad as he called ‘Monday Night Football’ on radio,” Buck stated, describing his dad, the late revealing legend JackBuck “To return to the stadium on Monday nights with Troy — who I have the utmost comfort with and confidence in — and begin a new chapter, for us and ESPN, has me excited about this season and our future.”

Back in January, Aikman stated that he did not understand what his future at Fox Sports would appear like. The previous Dallas Cowboys quarterback was likewise in talks with Amazon for “Thursday Night Football.”

The New York Post formerly reported that Aikman would be headed to “Monday Night Football.” Last week, the Post likewise reported that Buck was anticipated to sign up with Aikman in leaving Fox.

“Monday Night Football” premiered on ABC 52 years ago this September.