WWE EVP Leaves After 25 Years

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The changes are continuing at the top of WWE with one executive vice president leaving after spending 25 years with the company.

The Endeavor takeover of WWE was completed in September 2023 and since then changes have taken place at quite a pace in the company.

Job cuts behind the scenes have been brutal as WWE and UFC have been brought together under the umbrella of TKO and that has extended to several members of upper management as well.

PWInsider has reported that Executive Vice President of Live Events for WWE John Porco had left the company in February 2024. Porco was said to have been with the company since 1999 when he joined as a Public Relations Coordinator. In 2002 he moved to the live events division working in that department until his departure. He received his EVP title in May 2022.

Vince McMahon Remains Biggest WWE Departure

The biggest change in WWE in recent months is, of course, the departure of Vince McMahon from the company he led for forty years. Vince McMahon has been accused of serious sexual assault and sex trafficking in a bombshell lawsuit that has rocked the company.

As a result, Vince McMahon was told to resign as Executive Chairman of TKO as pressure from sponsors for the company to act started to build.