Major Name Gone From WWE

Major Name Gone From WWE WWE

It’s being reported that a name in a major position is gone from WWE after spending less than two years with the company.

UPDATE: Another WWE departure has now been confirmed – read the latest at this link.

As first reported by Aaron Varble, Dan Ventrelle has departed WWE.

Ventrelle was WWE’s ‘EVP of Talent’, taking over the role from Paul Levesque (Triple H) in September 2022 when Levesque was promoted to Chief Content Officer.

Varble specifically said WWE “removed” Ventrelle from his position.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has confirmed that Ventrelle is no longer with the company.

Before joining WWE, Ventrelle had been working for the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders for 18 years.

Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful reports the following memo was sent within WWE:

WWE has begun the process of reorganizing its Talent Relations group. Moving forward, Chris Legentil, in addition to his new role in Comms, will help us in leading this new group. Matt Altman, in addition to his role in Marketing, will be working closely with Chris to help in this endeavor.

Talent Development and Recruiting will now report into Shawn Michaels.

All of Talent, which includes Talent Relations, Development and Recruiting, will continue to ultimately report into Paul Levesque.

As of today, Dan Ventrelle will be moving on from WWE. We thank Dan for his tremendous contributions.


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We’ll keep you posted with any further developments.

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