WWE bids farewell to one of its long-serving veterans, Steve Rubin, who has been an integral part of the company’s fabric for an astounding 26 years. However, what would typically be a routine departure has now taken a dramatic turn, thanks to none other than wrestling legend Ric Flair.

Rubin, renowned as the Senior Director of TV Event Relations within the WWE, has departed from the company, marking the end of an era. From his humble beginnings as a production assistant, Rubin climbed the ranks to become a pivotal figure within the organization, contributing significantly to its global success.

But amidst the farewells, Ric Flair, known for his larger-than-life persona and unfiltered commentary, took to social media to express his dismay over WWE’s decision to part ways with Rubin.

In a scathing post, Flair didn’t mince his words, declaring, “This Is The Worst Professional Move I’ve Ever Seen In My Entire Life To Let Go Of A Man Who Was So Generous And Good, Who Accommodated Everyone Including Me And My Family, And My World Of Friends. God Bless You Steve Rubin! I’m So Sorry!”


Such remarks from Flair have undoubtedly added fuel to the fire surrounding Rubin’s departure, sparking further speculation within the wrestling community.

As the dust settles on Rubin’s exit, another significant departure comes to light. Michael Levin, a key figure in WWE’s international endeavors, has also bid adieu after dedicating seven years to the company. With the departure of these influential figures, WWE finds itself at a crossroads, poised on the brink of a new chapter in its storied history.

The wrestling world now eagerly awaits to see how WWE navigates this period of transition. Will the void left by Rubin and Levin be filled, or will their departures mark the beginning of a new era within the company? Only time will tell as WWE continues to evolve and adapt to the ever-changing landscape of professional wrestling.

What impact do you think the departure of longtime figures like Steve Rubin and Michael Levin will have on WWE’s future direction and operations? Share your thoughts on the evolving landscape of the company and what changes you anticipate in the comments below.

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Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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