Another WWE Executive Departs

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Another top WWE Executive has departed the company.

The company continues to downsize it’s senior members of staff following the takeover by Endeavor and subsequent merger with UFC under the TKO Group umbrella.

The likes of former Executive Vice President of Development and Digital, Jamie Horowitz and Michael Levin, who held the title of Vice President of International Events and General Manager of Emerging Markets have been let go in recent months and another name has been added to that list in recent days.

Post Wrestling first reported that Beth Fisher was the latest Executive to part ways with WWE on 23rd May having held the post since November 2019.

Fisher served as WWE’s Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and had been with the company for 13 years having originally joined the company in 2011 as an Assistant to former Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon.

WWE Superstar Believes They Are Better Than Ever

Another big name that could be on their way out of WWE is former SmackDown Women’s Champion, Natalya.

The Canadian Superstar is believed to be in the final weeks of her current deal with the company and her future could be up in the air having recently suggested dream bouts with wrestlers not currently signed to WWE.

Despite not yet securing a new deal with her current employers, Natalya remains confident in her abilities and recently stated that she had never been better in the ring.