Following the retirement of Vince McMahon from WWE, the position of Creative Head and Executive Vice President (EVP) of Talent Relations at the company has gone to Triple H.
But recently Triple H has been made the Chief Content Officer, so he would be leaving the position of EVP in WWE.
The big news now coming out is that former NFL executive Dan Ventrelle is about to replace Triple H as the company’s EVP.
WWE Corporate previously reported that the former Las Vegas Raiders President will be the new Executive Vice President of Talent Relations at WWE.
This report stated :
“WWE announced today that Dan Ventrelle will be the new EVP of Talent Relations at the company. Maurice F. Adelson has been appointed as Chief Legal Officer.”
Excited to welcome Dan to the @WWE team and to support our world-class athletes across #WWERaw and #Smackdown! https://t.co/SeYm2BnenH
— Triple H (@TripleH) September 8, 2022
After the retirement of Vince McMahon, there have been many major changes in the management staff.
The most important and biggest of these is the appointment Stephanie McMahon as co-president of the company with Nick Khan.
‘The Game’ Triple H reacts to Dan Ventrelle joining WWE
Dan Ventrelle, with a wealth of business knowledge, is joining the company amid changes in WWE’s management team.
According to a report by WWE Corporate, the 14-time World Champion had reacted to Ventrelle joining the company.
Triple H said:
“I worked with Dan Ventrelle at last year’s SummerSlam at Allegiant Stadium. I have been impressed by his business knowledge. We are excited to have him in the company.
As we told you already, in addition to Ventrelle, Maurice F. Adelson is also one of the new names associated with the company, who has been given the role of Chief Legal Officer. All of them will report directly to Stephanie McMahon.
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