Producer Pat Buck Quits WWE
Pat Buck has left his production role at WWE
WWE Producer Pat Buck has left his role with WWE.
Per PWInsider, Buck ended his near three-year run with WWE after WrestleMania 38, with Buck serving as the producer of the Roman Reigns Brock Lesnar WWE Championship/Universal Championship main event.
Taking to social media, Buck confirmed the news, saying:
“As a producer/agent, I feel that I have accomplished everything I wanted to do within WWE in the last three years. My endless gratitude beams from working with so many wonderful talents, especially the ultra talented Women's Division. To my Producer brothers (and sister): You are the greatest collection of misfits that I've ever been with. I already miss my second family. Thank you John Laurinaitis for bringing me into this wonderful group and thank you Freebird for being our foul mouthed general. And to my fellow New Yawka, Paul Heyman. Thanks for providing a mitzvah and helping this gentile out.
“Sending love to the production truck, stage crew, parking, travel, makeup, photo, digital, security, IT, writers, props, social, legal, seamsters, live events, medical, and any other department that I've leaned on for something. I look forward to using my new time to return/expand my training schools/promotions, working all over, and sleeping in my own bed more than twice a week.
“To my darling wife, Lauren and baby Harrison. I don't know how you put up with this gypsy. I <3 you both. Dada will be home soon.”
Buck was reportedly also involved in talent relations in WWE, and worked as a liaison between WWE and the Indies when booking talents for extra roles on WWE TV.
Outside of WWE, Buck runs the Create-A-Pro Wrestling schools in upstate Long Island and New Jersey with IMPACT’s Brian Myers.