WWE has undergone quite a few changes since Triple H took over as head of Creative back in July. Needless to say, fans are pleased with everything when it comes to the creative aspect. In fact, even Brian Gewirtz has some creative input, in a way.

Former WWE writer Brian Gewirtz has kept himself busy after parting ways with WWE back in 2015. On top of releasing his latest book, Gewirtz worked as a producing partner with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, including for the popular NBC television series “Young Rock” as well as the ongoing “Tales from the Territories” for VICE. Seven Bucks Productions has a very busy team, and Gerwirtz is right in the thick of it.

While speaking on the Under the Ring podcast, Gewirtz revealed that he still has some creative input in WWE, as he gives unofficial suggestions.

“There’s plenty of times I’m watching, like ‘Ah, I would’ve done that [instead],'” Gewirtz said. “You know, I even texted [WWE Vice President of Creative Writing] Ed Koskey at one point after a match and said ‘You know what? Next time, what if you did this, that, and the other thing?’


It’s so easy [to watch from backstage] because I don’t have to do anything,” Gewirtz stated. “After [high school], as college freshmen sometimes do, they go back to high school and visit their old teachers, and say hello and walk around. You know, it’s like the pressure’s off because you’re not expected to do any work. You’re just there to enjoy it.”

Triple H has already shown a lot of promise when it comes to changes he will introduce in the coming weeks. We wonder whether Gewirtz will ever return to WWE as well.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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