This afternoon, another notable departure has shaken WWE as Chris Kaiser, the Executive Vice President of WWE Television, has parted ways with the company, as reported by PW Insider. Kaiser’s exit marks the latest in a series of executive changes within WWE.

Having joined WWE in 2015 following his tenure at TV Land and Spike TV, Kaiser initially served as Senior Vice President of TV Production. His expertise and contributions led to his successive promotions within WWE, culminating in his role as Executive Vice President of WWE Television Operations and Production, later transitioning to EVP of WWE Television in 2021.

Throughout his nine-year tenure, Kaiser played a pivotal role in producing and overseeing several acclaimed WWE programs, including WWE 24, WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures, Total Divas, Total Bellas, and Miz & Mrs. He was instrumental in managing WWE’s television operations during critical phases, notably overseeing the innovative Thunderdome concept amidst the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Kaiser was responsible for overseeing WWE’s original content production, operations, and development, leveraging his expertise in new media, branding, third-party productions, special projects, technical operations, and media asset management. He also served as a key advisor to WWE’s distribution partners such as FOX Sports, NBCUniversal, and Peacock.


As news of Kaiser’s departure unfolds, Ringside News remains committed to providing updates on this developing story.

What are your thoughts on Chris Kaiser’s departure from WWE and the potential impact on WWE’s television production and operations? How do you think this executive change will affect the company’s future programming and partnerships? Share your opinions and predictions in the comments below!

Steve Carrier

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