Kevin Dunn’s Days In WWE May Be Coming To An End Soon

Kevin Dunn's Days In WWE May Be Coming To An End Soon

There is a lot more fallout expected in WWE after Vince McMahon’s retirement announcement on Friday.

Wade Keller at has a report up on the backstage reaction to Vince’s exit and what it could mean for the company. Keller stated that there are people in the company wondering who will be brought back. Triple H is seen as more of a forgiving person than Vince. In fact, he was the driving force behind bringing back names like Bruno Sammartino and The Ultimate Warrior for the WWE Hall Of Fame. Also, a lot of wrestlers that were let go over the last few years were people that Triple H hired so you would think that he would want some of those names back, if they are available.

Keller also said that people in the company are wondering if some released writers will return. Bruce Prichard is the head of creative and lead director of Raw and SmackDown for the foreseeable future and he was in the Gorilla position last night on SmackDown with Stephanie McMahon overseeing him. Prichard is overseeing the top writers for TV, Ed Koskie (Raw) and Ryan Callahan (SmackDown). Koskie and Callahan are likely to be secure under Stephanie.

Kevin Dunn is said to be expected to remain in his position for a while but he has never been seen as a “Triple H guy” and he’s not close with Stephanie and so it seems unlikely that he’ll be around a year from now. Dunn and Vince have been close since the 80s and it was always believed that his job was safe as long as Vince was around.

Keller added that when Triple H was running NXT, there was a prevailing theory that he was setting up successors, including Dunn’s replacement. The behind-the-scenes changes in WWE are expected to be gradual.

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