Herman Cain just got the job everyone predicted he would while he was running for president -- his own radio talk show.

The pizza CEO-turned GOP hopeful-turned pundit will be taking over the time slot of radio talk show host Neal Boortz, who announced he was retiring from his four-decade career Monday morning, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.

Boortz, a 67-year-old self-described libertarian, is officially ending his Atlanta-based nationally syndicated talk show on January 21, 2013. Cain will be taking over just as the president is inaugurated for the next four-year term.

The radio veteran told Politico in November he gave Cain his first break in radio as his substitute host because they both supported a populist tax reform proposal, the Fair Tax.