WWE held Survivor Series on November 26th, but one big name was absent backstage. Vince McMahon worked closely with a lot of people over the years, but few had the same access that Kevin Dunn enjoyed.

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Kevin Dunn is WWE’s Executive Vice President, Television Production, and he’s been a fixture in the company for over twenty years. Dunn is usually present to run the production truck for every WWE main roster show, but Survivor Series was an exception.

Ringside News was told that Kevin Dunn was not at Survivor Series. This was seen as a big surprise for many backstage, as Dunn took his vacation during this time.

We were told that, “he’s still with the company, but he took a vacation for Thanksgiving week and everyone noticed because Kevin Dunn doesn’t miss major premium live events.” Naturally, this was a big topic of conversation among producers prior to the event as well.

Brian Fadem ran the truck in Kevin Dunn’s absence for the event. We were told that Kevin Dunn will be back at television this week, and there was some talk that he was in the Stamford studio on Wednesday.

We’ll have to see what the future holds for Kevin Dunn and WWE. The two sides have enjoyed a very prosperous relationship so far. Dunn is sticking around, even through the Triple H regime change.

What’s your take on this situation with Kevin Dunn and WWE? Sound off in the comments!

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