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Road Dogg Details Current WWE Role

Road Dogg explains his new WWE role, and talks about being re-hired by Triple H.

Speaking to Military News, WWE's Road Dogg talked about his new role in the promotion. He was re-hired in August as Senior Vice President of Live Events. He stated:

"It’s very time consuming. It’s not a difficult job; it’s basically following creative on television and making sure the live events match that creative. I have to come up with some creative, like some angles for the live events, just putting together creative and the matches and coming up with the finish, so it’s all the creative of the live events. Every now and then I have to stray from the formula but it’s really just following what creative they are doing on television and making sure the live events replicate that. I don’t have to be at all the live events, but I do go to the office every two weeks, and I go to a live event or two a month. Like I could go to a RAW or SmackDown event. I kinda pick the ones I want to go to. Sometimes I’ll go in the seats real high and watch the show because also with the creative of the live event, I can also help the production."

Speaking about the process of being re-hired by WWE, Road Dogg explained: 

“It was all an incredible story with divine intervention for sure. I was released in January 2022 and I had nine months of severance pay because I was a full time employee for a decade. Literally the month the severance pay was due to end, Paul - or Hunter as most people know him - called me and asked me if I wanted to come back. It was incredible and that’s why I say it was divine intervention. I do believe it was God looking out for me, even when I was worried and was not being faithful. At the same time, I was thinking the right thing will happen. I was praying and believing. And it did happen, it was not what I was expecting."

H/T to Fightful

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