WWE Hires Director Of Longterm Creative

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A new report has confirmed that WWE has hired a new Director of Longterm Creative in the form of a talented writer who has worked for Marvel in the past.

It was reported by Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select that horror writer Rob Fee recently joined WWE with full-time work beginning in October. The official job title mentioned in the reports is the Director of Longtime Creative.

Prior to working for WWE, Fee worked as a horror writer that also worked at Marvel and was well-regarded for his work. Over the course of his career, Fee wrote comics for Spider-Man, Avengers, Daredevil and he was also a head writer on several Disney shows.

Fee is also a longtime fan of professional wrestling and he was familiar with the product.

In addition to that, Fee also pitched a movie related to Bray Wyatt’s evil character known as The Fiend. The report noted that WWE higher-ups were thinking of possibly making the movie, but then Wyatt was released by the company in July 2021.

It was also noted that Fee has been involved in the direction of the QR code-related cryptic messages that have aired on WWE television for the last several weeks. Those QR codes have been linked to Bray Wyatt potentially returning to WWE as soon as Extreme Rules this Saturday although that has not been confirmed.

Fee’s Twitter bio reads: “Director of Longterm Creative at WWE. Formerly Marvel, Netflix, Disney, and so on.”

After the news about his WWE hiring was made public, Fee quote tweeted a tweet from Sapp with the news.

Shortly after the news came out, AEW’s MJF also tweeted about Fee.

Back in February 2022, MJF did a video message wishing Rob all the best on his wedding using that usual MJF charm.