WWE Speed continues to prepare for its debut by filming matches, with an intriguing development noted during the March 22 tapings.

In anticipation of WWE Smackdown, the company recorded two matches for their forthcoming social media show. These matches featured Cedric Alexander facing off against Odyssey Jones, followed by Tyler Bate squaring off against Angel Garza. However, what caught attention was the internal listing of the producer for both matches.

According to Fightful Select, Longtime WWE talent Pete Dunne was internally credited as the sole producer for both matches, without a co-producer listed alongside him. This is notable considering Dunne’s reduced visibility in recent times. Despite being just 30 years old, Dunne has been actively competing in the ring as a member of New Catch Republic.

The inclusion of Dunne as the sole producer for these matches raises questions about his potential involvement in producing more content for WWE Speed or if it’s merely an experimental endeavor for the new program. As fans eagerly anticipate the debut of WWE Speed, it will be interesting to see if Dunne’s role behind the scenes expands further in the future.


What are your thoughts on Pete Dunne’s involvement as the sole producer for the matches recorded for WWE Speed? Do you believe this indicates a potential shift in his role within WWE, or is it simply an experimental phase for the new program? Share your opinions in the comments below!

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