Report: WWE Shaking Up Talent Relations Department
Prior to Mark Carrano's firing, changes were already reportedly being made
WWE have reportedly been conducting a shake-up of the company's Talent Relations department, with a number of individuals either losing their job or having their responsibilities changed.
The Talent Relations team at WWE recently welcomed John Laurinaitis back and, according to PWInsider, the entire department is undergoing something of a restructure following Johnny Ace's return.
The report claims that Nicole Zeoli, who was working as Director of Talent Relations, has departed the company. She had been with the promotion for more than 11 years, and stepped into the Director’s role in February 2018.
Furthermore, John Cone has reportedly been let go from his role as Senior Manager of the Talent Relations department. Cone also serves WWE as a referee, and remains with the company in that capacity.
Prior to news of his reported firing in the wake of his alleged involvement in sending departed WWE superstars - including Mickie James - their possessions in a bin bag, Mark Carrano's role within the team had also changed. The long-time Senior Director had seen his responsibility diminished prior to being let go from the promotion on Thursday.