WWE Fires Hall of Famer After 38 Years

According to PWInsider, Sue Aitchison’s departure from WWE marks a significant change in the company’s organizational structure. As the Director of Community Relations and the longest-running employee at WWE, Aitchison dedicated over 38 years of service to the organization. Her departure suggests a shift in WWE’s approach to community outreach and charitable initiatives.



Aitchison’s contributions to WWE were substantial, especially in building strong relationships with organizations such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and other charitable causes. Her work helped the company establish a positive reputation and meaningful ties with the community. In recognition of her efforts, Aitchison was honored with the WWE Hall of Fame Warrior Award in 2019.

Her exit leaves a notable gap in WWE’s community relations efforts and raises questions about how the company will continue its charitable work and outreach programs without her leadership and experience. Aitchison’s influence on the organization has been profound, and her departure represents a significant change for WWE.

The longest running WWE employee still with World Wrestling Entertainment, 2019 WWE Hall of Fame Warrior Award winner Sue Aitchison exited the company yesterday, PWInsider.com has confirmed with multiple sources.    We are told that Aitchinson was left go.

Aitchison, who served as the Director of Community Relations for the company, had been with WWF and WWE for well over 38 years.  She started with WWE back in 1986 and was a familiar face for decades alongside talents when they made appearances.

Harrison Carter
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Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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