WWE has experienced many changes in recent months. September 22 marks two months since the announcement of the retirement of former CEO and chairman of the board, Vince McMahon. That’s not the only change WWE has seen, however, as John Laurinitis and Jeff Jarrett have also been relieved of their executive positions at the company. Both Laurinitis and McMahon are involved in ongoing investigations into money paid to women with whom he had an inappropriate relationship. Former WWE Light Heavyweight and Tag Team Champion Scotty 2 Hottie took note of the recent changes in WWE.
“I guess you can feel it just by watching the show,” he said.wrestling with genres podcast, “Everybody feels more relaxed, from the announcer to the commentator to the boys and girls in the ring. They just seemed a lot more relaxed, you know, and not on eggshells like they were before and you need to. If you’re in any kind of creative job, we have to be creative and we don’t just read a script and go out there and read a script.”
As with all the changes happening in WWE, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan have taken over as co-CEOs of the company, while Paul “Triple H” Levesque has stepped into the new role of Chief Content Officer and is now in charge of the company. creative direction. WWE programming has seen changes, such as bringing back released Superstars and placing more emphasis on the mid-card championship.
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