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WWE Issues Statement on Their Creative Team Reporting Directly to Triple H

– WWE issued the following statement to PWInsider in regards to reports of where the WWE creative team fits now with all the recent changes to WWE Corporate.

“Creative Writing now reports to Paul Levesque, EVP Talent and Live Events. In addition to Stephanie McMahon’s expanded responsibilities as Chief Brand Officer, she will continue to maintain a presence on TV.”

Basically, Triple H is now directly in charge of the WWE creative team, although Vince McMahon remains the final say in every aspect of that part of the company.

  • Scooter

    Chris Hero said himself he understood the reasons he was released.

    Ultimately I don’t blame WWE for wanting rid of him.

  • JohnCena33

    I thought you lived in Britain for some odd reason, lol.

    Hopefully though WWE does not screw up with the Shield cause those guys will be main event talent for years.

  • millerj265

    That’s what I said, I said the developmental was great but there execution of debuting some of the talent has been lacking. And HHH wasn’t in charge of OVW, and I nvr brought OVW up, OVW was great I live in Ohio and OVW was about a half hr drive from me, trust me I appreciate the great things OVW did nor did I ever say anything bad about OVW or NXT for that matter.

  • JohnCena33

    Sad that you complain about Xavier Woods after he has been on RAW for two weeks, really? Fandango should be IC champ if not for his injury. And how about guys from OVW, FCW, NXT, Cena, Orton, Rhodes, Ryback, Nexus, Big E, most were homegrown talent and two of those guys are the biggest draws. It does not matter if they were indie guys or not, wwe grew they. Shield, Cesaro, Sandow. WWE development is great it is just the long term execution that is lacking.

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    tell that to Chris Hero…..

  • millerj265

    I nvr said anyone failed, but a few have come in and not done a whole lot worthwhile, and since you mentioned it, Bo dallies Failed and was sent back down to NXT, Fandongo Failed and is now a jobber with no direction, xaviar woods is in a no direction tag team with R-truth that isn’t going anywhere and there was no big deal or hype made about his debut. So there’s Three off the top of my head, plus half the ppl you named weren’t trained in NXT they were wrestling independents for yrs before being signed by wwe and were sent to FCW/NXT to learn wwe style of matches, they weren’t trained from the ground up which is NXTs main purpose as HHH has laid it out.

  • JohnCena33

    Who has failed from NXT to the WWE main roster? NO ONE. The Shield, Cesaro, Bryan, Sheamus, Wyatts, Big E, Fandango. To me WWE is 100% successful in creating new stars. All of these guys have held titles, are in a major push, or are extremely popular. They do a great job in creating talent.

  • millerj265

    I agree with that wholeheartedly, but the follow-through is what im looking at. You can have the best developmental in the world, but if you fail to do anything worthwhile with the guys you bring up then it doesn’t mean a whole lot, as of right now with the guys they have brought up id say they have done about a 50/50 in terms of successfully transitioning they guys from NXT to the main roster.

  • Scooter

    This doesn’t make me as unhappy as I thought it would.

    Say what you want about the guy, but he’s done an awesome job down at NXT.