WWE Executive Vice President Leaves Company

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WWE is making a series of changes to its Talent Relations Group.

As first reported by SEScoops, and later confirmed by Dave Meltzer, WWE’s EVP of Talent has left the company.

Dan Ventrelle joined WWE back in 2022 after Triple H was promoted from the position to become Chief Content Officer. Triple H had taken on the role after John Laurinaitis left the company following allegations of sexual misconduct.

Prior to joining the sports entertainment giant Ventrelle spent 18 years working for NFL Franchise the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders. At the time of his appointment, Ventrelle described the opportunity as an “honour” as a lifelong fan.

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Meanwhile, Fightful Select has shared a memo sent by Nick Khan outlining the changes to the company’s Talent Relations department.

WWE has begun the process of reorganizing its Talent Relations group. Moving forward, Chris Legentil, in addition to his role in Comms, will help us in leading this new group.

Matt Altman, in addition to his role in marketing, will be working closely with Chris to help this endeavor.

Talent Development and Recruiting will now report to Shawn Michaels.

All of Talent, which includes Talent Relations, Development and Recruiting will continue to ultimately report into Paul Levesque.

As of today, Dan Ventrelle will be moving on from WWE. We thank Dan for his tremendous contributions.

Sincerely, Nick Khan.”

There is no word on what’s next for Ventrelle, or whether the company he leaves behind will be making further changes.