Ever since Vince McMahon’s return back to power, things have been in turmoil in the company. Now with Stephanie McMahon gone from the company and the rumors of an imminent sale, WWE talent must be confused as to what’s going on.
Last week, WWE management held a talent meeting before SmackDown. The nature of the meeting was to reassure talent that Triple H is still in control of creative. WWE held another talent meeting today before RAW to address those same concerns.
According to Fightful Select, WWE held another meeting on January 16 for the RAW roster. The meeting which started shortly after 3 PM EST included staff and talent. The talent meeting was conducted by Triple H, Kevin Dunn, and Executive Vice President of Talent for WWE Dan Ventrelle.
It is reported that many of the same points were touched upon from the Friday meeting including that Triple H is still CCO and is in charge of creative. The rumors of a potential sale to Saudi Arabia were also debunked.
“WWE held another talent meeting on January 16 for the Raw roster.
Fightful Select learned that staff and talent were all involved at the meeting, which started shortly after 3 PM EST. The meeting was conducted by Triple H (Paul Levesque), Kevin Dunn and Executive Vice President of Talent for WWE Dan Ventrelle.
Thus far we were told that many of the same points were hit from Friday, including noting that Triple H is still CCO and firmly in control of creative, and that talent relations are not changing. There was also debunking last week’s Saudi Arabia sale story.
Ventrelle started his spot in WWE three months ago after leaving the Raiders organization following the Cincinnati Bengals defeating them in the playoffs in January 2022. That probably didn’t have much to do with him leaving, but it absolutely happened.
We’ll have more details as we get them,” per Fightful Select.
Based on the above report, it seems like this meeting was intended to reassure the talent and staff that everything is under control. Stay tuned to Ringside News for similar stories.
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