WWE Top Name Quitting With Vince McMahon?

Kevin Dunn could be on his way out of WWE after Vince McMahon’s retirement. The former WWE manager Dutch Mantell recently talked about the possibility of his departure as Vince has now departed the company. Dunn may be quitting after rumors that he sold his stock.



Vince McMahon retirement might influence Kevin Dunn

Vince McMahon recently sent shock waves with his announcement. He announced that he is retiring as Chairman and CEO of WWE. It was later clarified that he was also done with his work on creative. Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan are Co-CEOs of WWE, while Triple H is EVP of Talent Relations.

A new update emerged to that initial report by Fightful Select has revealed there are rumors among talent that expect Kevin Dunn to be the next to leave. According to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, McMahon, along with Dunn, his longtime associate and EVP of WWE Television Production, were absent from “WWE SmackDown” last week in Orlando, Florida which was certainly a rare occurrence. One thing of note is that when the same talent speculated that John Laurinaitis was being let go from the company, that ended up being the case, and now they’ve talked about Dunn being gone next. Reports online expect Dunn to be gone from WWE by the end of 2022.

Mantell recently spoke about the tumultuous situation that is currently unfolding at WWE headquarters in Stamford during this week’s episode of Smack Talk:

“Right now, Stamford is basically in turmoil because nobody knows what’s really going on because Vince is not the boss anymore. And I think there were some people, you know, under Vince, that’s how they got there, they are now wondering of their positions,” noted Dutch Mantell.

“When you have a management change, there are a lot of changes underneath that because they get their own team in place. I think there are a lot of nervous people in Stamford, one of them could be Kevin Dunn because I think he just cashed all of his WWE stock in. I read that too.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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