Yesterday, Mike Johnson at PWInsider reported that the Vice President of Global Television Production Michael Mansury had left WWE last week. Mansury handed in his notice several months ago and said he would be leaving in May.
Mansury initially joined the wrestling behemoth back in March 2009 as a production assistant. He quickly rose through the ranks in WWE, working as an associate producer, producer, and managing producer before being promoted to the Vice President of Global Television Production in March 2016.
He was seen as a big player in the future Triple H regime in WWE, and many within the company believed he would eventually replace Kevin Dunn and be The Game's right-hand man.
In his role, Mansury was the director of record for most of WWE's pay-per-views and TV shows in recent years. Johnson noted that he was well-liked in the company and many employees were shocked by his departure.
With Mansury having left and Kerwin Silfies having been furloughed, Kevin Dunn and Marty Miller will direct WWE's shows going forward.