Two More Executives Leave WWE

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WWE continues to ring the changes.

It’s been reported by both Fightful Select and PWInsider that two more WWE Executives have left the company.

Senior Director, TV Event Relations, Steve Rubin has left WWE after 26 years. Rubin began as a production assistant before moving up the ladder.

Ric Flair took to social media to express his disappointment at the move, calling it “one of the worst professional moves” he’d ever seen.

This Is The Worst Professional Move I’ve Ever Seen In My Entire Life To Let Go Of A Man Who Was So Generous And Good, Who Accommodated Everyone Including Me And My Family, And My World Of Friends. God Bless You Steve Rubin! I’m So Sorry!

The second executive to leave was Michael Levin. He had been working as Vice President of International Events and General Manager of Emerging Markets for the past seven years and operated out of the company’s office in London.

Several WWE Changes Made In Recent Weeks

The departures are the latest in an ever-growing list of changes, which has seen Chief Operating Officer Brad Blum offer his resignation. Blum was “Corporate Officer No. 2” in the Janel Grant sex trafficking lawsuit filed against WWE, Vince McMahon, and John Laurinaitis in January.

In April, Executive Vice President of Talent Dan Ventrelle left the company, and Ventrelle was followed out of WWE by Trent Wilfinger who had been with the company since 2021, working as Senior Vice President of Athlete ID & Development.