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Behind the Scenes of WWE’s Restructuring: Talent Cuts and Evolution Under Triple H

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In recent months, WWE has been making surprising cuts to both talent and backstage employees, indicating that more changes may be on the horizon. Since the official merger of WWE in September, numerous stars and backstage personnel have either been released or left the company. The merger with UFC has led to roles being duplicated, prompting a series of departures. According to Fightful Select, Kristen Prouty, who held the Senior VP of Entertainment Relations role for over twenty years after joining the company in 2000, was the latest employee to be let go by WWE.

Prouty played a crucial role in getting Logan Paul to sign with WWE, ultimately leading to Paul becoming the reigning United States Champion and securing a significant match at the King and Queen of the Ring Premium Live Event.

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Alongside Prouty, Tavia Hartley, who served as the Talent Operations and Appearances Manager since 2021, was also released. Speculations suggest that more cuts could be imminent as WWE continues its restructuring efforts under Paul “Triple H” Levesque in this new era.

In 2024, WWE has been undergoing significant changes in its programming, with recent adjustments such as SummerSlam transitioning into a two-night spectacle starting from 2026. While the company aims to evolve, several stars have been deemed redundant and consequently released earlier this year. Notable departures include Jinder Mahal, Xia Li, Gable Steveson, Von Wagner, Xyon Quinn, Cameron Grimes, and others. With Triple H driving momentum post the most successful WrestleMania, further transformations are anticipated as the buildup to this year’s SummerSlam gains momentum.

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