WWE’s 30th anniversary of RAW was a big night for the company, and they did not disappoint. The show started off with a trial of Sami Zayn, and a lot of things went on to make sure that segment was a success.

Ringside News previously broke down WWE’s current creative process. As we outlined in our report, a “writer” for a segment doesn’t really “write” what is said on television. That person is responsible for explaining things to Triple H. That being said, we were told something interesting about one particularly popular segment.

We were told that Zach Hyatt was the writer assigned to the Trial of Sami Zayn segment. Of course, as we noted, that doesn’t mean he wrote it. It means he was responsible for letting Triple H know exactly what was happening in the segment.

Michael Hayes was the producer for the segment, but as we noted in our detailed report, that means he is responsible to the truck. Hayes knows what’s happening in the choreography of the segment so that the truck knows the camera shots.

We were told “that’s how it’s run” within WWE’s creative process. Things could always change as time goes on, but for now it appears that is the system is working for them.

What’s your take on this situation? Sound off in the comments!

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