Rob Fee was recently announced as WWE’s new Director of Longterm Creative. Fee worked as a writer for Disney and Marvel prior to joining the WWE as creative director. Apparently, he’s getting off to a great start on social media.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that WWE and AEW have been going at each other’s throats for the past couple of years. Both promotions waste no opportunity to take shots at each other. Even during DX’s reunion on RAW last night, WWE didn’t hesitate to fire shots at its competitor.

AEW founder Tony Khan recently celebrated his 40th birthday. He thanked his Jaguars team, Fullham FC, and AEW in a tweet.

“Thank you all for the very kind words today on my 40th birthday Thank you @Jaguars, I believe we’re on the right track, everyone who supports the Jags deserves great things Thank you @FulhamFC, I love Fulham more than anything Thank you @AEW, this is my dream See you Wednesday.”

While wishes poured in from other wrestlers and fans, one unlikely person who wished Tony Khan a happy birthday was WWE’s new appointed director of Longterm creative Rob Fee.

“Happy birthday TK!”

That tweet has very interesting timing, especially since Rob Fee was just brought in to WWE. This is likely why Fee’s Twitter description says: “Director of Longterm Creative at WWE. Titan main in Destiny. #WHODEY (Tweets are mine, not the company’s™️)”

Although AEW broke down the forbidden with NJPW, it is highly unlikely that AEW will ever consider working with WWE given the animosity between these two promotions.

Do you want to see WWE and AEW work together in the future? Let us know your thoughts.

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Sunil Joseph

Hey there! I'm a passionate pro wrestling fan. Since I unintentionally changed the TV channel and watched a clip from Monday Night RAW in 2006, I have been enamored with the world of professional wrestling. I've been hooked ever since. I got into WWE content writing 5 years ago and I still get excited when I get to tell people that I get paid to watch pro wrestling.

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