Two Executives Part Ways With WWE

It has been revealed that two executives have left WWE

With WWE’s sale to Endeavor and merger with UFC to form TKO, in addition to the change in regime which has seen Vince McMahon losing all power in the company and the likes of Triple H & Nick Khan taking over, there has been a lot of change when it comes to long-serving employees.

According to reports from Fightful Select and PWInsider, two executives have left WWE. 

On Saturday, Fightful Select revealed that Steve Rubin, who had spent 26 years working with WWE, has gone from WWE. He started out in lower roles such as production assistant, before climbing up to become Senior Director of TV Events Relations in the company. 

Additionally, PWInsider revealed that Michael Levin, who served as the Vice President of International Events and General Manager of Emerging Markets, left WWE after spending seven years in the company. Levin was actively working as recently as the WWE Backlash France show, even being in attendance for the premium live event. 

It is noted that in the case of Levin at least, that his role was “phased out” due to the merger between WWE and UFC, with several roles in TKO only needing one person rather than two, due to both companies previously having their own separate teams.

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