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How Dana Warrior got WWE creative role

Dana Warrior is familiarizing herself with the process of WWE creative, backstage. She was brought in to the company to offer a female perspective. Many have wondered how she got the job, and it turns out she simply asked for it.

Dave Meltzer revealed on Wrestling Observer Radio that Dana Warrior approached Vince McMahon and asked for a job in creative.

Dana Warrior was looking for a job and asked Vince McMahon, who simply asked her if she wanted a full-time position and what she wanted to do. Dana replied that she wanted to work in creative as she said she could offer a female point of view- though there already are women in creative.

While Dana has been hired, she is yet to be a part of the WWE creative team. She was shadowing backstage on both RAW and Smackdown last week and will be present backstage on RAW this week as well.

We will have to wait and see when she finally becomes a proper member of the WWE creative team.


  • Rinn13

    Neat. Perhaps I should just ask Vince for a job, and he’ll just give me one because as well!

  • Soulshroude

    Harrison… no one cares about how Dana was introduced, nor put into a creative role. The “barbie doll” will give or take that roll, like a snare drum… one go at a time, and then… nothing. Even if that, which is why it as she may be, is a “snare drum”.

  • Keith Learmonth

    On the plus side, it’s only a trial position, so if she blows it, she blows it. They’ll probably shift her to P.R, or something if that happens.

  • Keith Learmonth

    She’s been in and around the business for 20 years, give or take. She’s probably at least more qualified than generic soap opera writer #27.

    Of course, that’s not saying a lot, but it could be much worse.