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WWE is an American professional wrestling promotion based in Stamford, Connecticut.[1] WWE personnel consists of professional wrestlers, managers, play-by-play and color commentators, ring announcers, interviewers, referees, trainers, producers, script writers, and various other positions. Executives and board members are also listed.

Overview

As of 2021, WWE employs over 800 full-time employees as part of its business operations, as well as contracting with various vendors and service providers.[2] WWE describes their performers as "independent contractors",[1] with contracts for performers typically ranging from short developmental to multi-year deals.[3]

Brands

Since the reintroduction of WWE's brand extension in 2016, performers are assigned to one of two primary "main roster" brands – Raw and SmackDown.

A third brand – NXT – had originally been designated as a developmental brand for the main roster. In 2019 it was elevated to the third main roster brand.[4][5][6] But in 2021, the brand's weekly television show was rebooted as "NXT 2.0", and was the brand was reinstated to its original status as the developmental division for the main roster (Raw and SmackDown).[7]

Main roster performers primarily appear on Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown, while developmental wrestlers appear on NXT , and NXT: Level Up respectively. Performers may also appear on WWE's other weekly television programming, as well as pay-per-views, and on untelevised live events.

Personnel in WWE's developmental system are additionally assigned to train at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. UK-based developmental wrestlers train at the UK Performance Center in London, England.

Championships

The brands have their own distinct championships, but some select titles are shared among various brands, such as the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship. And while maintaining their individual lineages, as of 2022, the WWE and Universal Championships have been defended jointly on both brands as the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, as have the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships as the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship.

McMahon family

Vince McMahon
Stephanie McMahon (left) and Paul "Triple H" Levesque

The McMahon family are the principal owners of WWE. In addition to their corporate positions, they also appear on-air as authority figures and wrestlers across all brands.[8]

Ring name Real name Notes
Vince McMahon[9] Vincent McMahon Majority owner
Stephanie McMahon[10] Stephanie Levesque Chairwoman of the Board of Directors
Co-Chief Executive Officer
Triple H[11] Paul Levesque Chief Content Officer[12]
Head of Creative[13]
Member of the Board of Directors[14]
Executive Producer
Hall of Famer

Main roster

Raw

Men's division

Austin Theory
Ring name Real name Notes
AJ Styles[15] Allen Jones[16]
Akira Tozawa[17] Akira Tozawa[18]
Angelo Dawkins[19] Gary Gordon[20]
Austin Theory[21] Austin White[22] United States Champion
Baron Corbin[23] Thomas Pestock[24]
Bobby Lashley[25] Franklin Lashley
Brock Lesnar[26] Brock Lesnar
Cedric Alexander[27] Cedric Johnson[28]
Chad Gable[29] Charles Betts[30]
Cody Rhodes[31] Cody Runnels Rhodes Inactive; torn pectoral
Damian Priest[32] Luis Martínez
Dexter Lumis[33] Samuel Shaw
Dolph Ziggler[34] Nicholas Nemeth[35]
Dominik Mysterio[36] Dominik Gutiérrez
Edge[37] Adam Copeland Hall of Famer[38]
Elias[39] Jeffrey Sciullo [40]
Finn Bálor[41] Fergal Devitt[42]
Gable Steveson[43] Gable Steveson
Johnny Gargano[44] John Gargano
Karl Anderson[45] Chad Allegra [46]
Kevin Owens[47] Kevin Steen
Logan Paul[48] Logan Paul Inactive; knee injury[49]
Luke Gallows[50] Andrew Hankinson [51]
Matt Riddle[52] Matthew Riddle[53]
The Miz[54] Michael Mizanin[55]
Montez Ford[56] Kenneth Crawford[57]
Mustafa Ali[58] Adeel Alam[59]
MVP[60] Hassan Assad Manager of Omos
Omos[61] Tolulope Omogbehin[62]
Otis[63] Nikola Bogojevic
Randy Orton[64] Randal Orton[65] Inactive; back injury[66]
Robert Roode[67] Robert Roode Jr.[68] Inactive; unknown injury[69]
R-Truth[70] Ronnie Killings[71] Inactive; torn quadriceps[72]
Seth "Freakin" Rollins[73] Colby Lopez[74]
Shelton Benjamin[75] Shelton Benjamin[76]
Tommaso Ciampa[77] Tommaso Whitney[78] Inactive; hip surgery[79]

Women's division

Bianca Belair
Dakota Kai
Iyo Sky
Ring name Real name Notes
Alexa Bliss[80] Alexis Cabrera[81]
Asuka[82] Kanako Urai
Bayley[83] Pamela Martinez[84]
Becky Lynch[85] Rebecca Quin[86]
Bianca Belair[87] Bianca Crawford[88] Raw Women's Champion
Candice LeRae[89] Candice Gargano
Carmella[90] Leah Van Dale[91] Inactive; concussion
Dakota Kai[92] Cheree Crowley Women's Tag Team Champion
Dana Brooke[93] Ashley Sebera[94]
Doudrop[95] Kimberly Benson[96]
Iyo Sky[97] Masami Odate Women's Tag Team Champion
Mia Yim[98] Stephanie Lee
Nikki Cross[99] Nicola Glencross
Rhea Ripley[100] Demi Bennett
Tamina[101] Sarona Snuka-Polamalu[102]

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
John "Bradshaw" Layfield[103] John Layfield[104] Manager of Baron Corbin
Hall of Famer[105]

SmackDown

Men's division

Roman Reigns
Gunther
The Usos (from left to right Jimmy and Jey Uso)
The Usos (from left to right Jimmy and Jey Uso)
Ring name Real name Notes
Angel Garza[106] Humberto Garza Solano[107]
Ashante "Thee" Adonis[108] Tehuti Miles
Big E[109] Ettore Ewen[110] Inactive; broken neck[111]
Braun Strowman[112] Adam Scherr
Bray Wyatt[113] Windham Rotunda
Butch[114] Peter England
Cruz Del Toro[115] Raúl Mendoza[116] [117]
Drew Gulak[118] Drew Gulak[119]
Drew McIntyre[120] Andrew Galloway IV[121]
Erik[122] Raymond Rowe Sr.[123]
Giovanni Vinci[124] Fabian Aichner[125]
Gunther[126] Walter Hahn[127] Intercontinental Champion
Humberto Carrillo[128] Humberto Garza Carrillo
Ivar[129] Todd Smith[123]
Jey Uso[130] Joshua Fatu Raw Tag Team Champion
SmackDown Tag Team Champion
(Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champion)
Jimmy Uso[131] Jonathan Fatu[132] Raw Tag Team Champion
SmackDown Tag Team Champion
(Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champion)
Jinder Mahal[133] Yuvraj Dhesi[134]
Joaquin Wilde[135] Michael Paris[136] [117]
Karrion Kross[137] Kevin Kesar
Kofi Kingston[138] Kofi Sarkodie-Mensah[139]
LA Knight[140][141] Shaun Ricker
Ludwig Kaiser[142] Marcel Barthel
Ma.çé[143] Brennan Williams[144]
Madcap Moss[145] Michael Rallis[146]
Mån.sôör[147] Mansoor Al-Shehail
Rey Mysterio[148] Óscar Gutiérrez Inactive; foot injury[149]
Rick Boogs[150] Eric Bugenhagen Inactive; torn quadriceps
Ricochet[151] Trevor Mann[152]
Ridge Holland[153] Luke Menzies
Roman Reigns[154] Leati Joseph Anoa'i[155] WWE Champion
Universal Champion
(Undisputed WWE Universal Champion)
Sami Zayn[156] Rami Sebei[157]
Santos Escobar[158] Jorge Alcantar Bolly[159] [117]
Shanky[160] Gurvinder Malhotra[161]
Sheamus[162] Stephen Farrelly[163]
Shinsuke Nakamura[164] Shinsuke Nakamura[165][166]
Solo Sikoa[167] Joseph Fatu[168]
Top Dolla[169] Anthony Francis
Xavier Woods[170] Austin Watson[171]

Women's division

Ronda Rousey
Ring name Real name Notes
Aliyah[172] Nhooph Al-Areebi[173] Inactive; shoulder injury[174]
B-Fab[175] Briana Brandy
Charlotte Flair[176] Ashley Fliehr[177]
Emma[178] Tenille Dashwood
Lacey Evans[179] Macey Estrella-Kadlec
Liv Morgan[180] Gionna Daddio[181]
Naomi[182] Trinity Fatu[183]
Natalya[184] Natalie Neidhart-Wilson[185] Inactive; nasal surgery[186]
Raquel Rodriguez[187] Victoria González[188] Inactive; unknown injury
Ronda Rousey[189] Ronda Rousey SmackDown Women's Champion
Sasha Banks[190] Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado[191]
Shayna Baszler[192] Shayna Baszler[193]
Shotzi[194] Ashley Urbanski
Sonya Deville[195] Daria Berenato[196][197]
Valhalla[198] Sarah Rowe
Xia Li[199] Zhao Xia[200]
Zelina Vega[201] Thea Trinidad Büdgen

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Maxxine Dupri[202] Sydney Zmrzel Valet of Maximum Male Models
Paul Heyman[203] Paul Heyman[204] Manager of The Bloodline
Scarlett[205] Elizabeth Chihaia Valet of Karrion Kross

Developmental roster

NXT

Men's division

Wes Lee
Ring name Real name Notes
Andre Chase[206] Chance Barrow[207]
Apollo Crews[208] Sesugh Uhaa[209]
Axiom[210] Carlos Ruiz[211]
Boa[212] Yanbo Wang[213]
Bron Breakker[214] Bronson Rechsteiner[215] NXT Champion
Brooks Jensen[216] Benjamin Buchanan[168]
Brutus Creed[217] Drew Kasper[218]
Cameron Grimes[219] Trevor Caddell
Carmelo Hayes[220] Christian Brigham[221]
Channing Lorenzo[222] Mitchell Lavalley
Charlie Dempsey[223] Bailey Matthews
Commander Azeez[224] Babatunde Aiyegbusi[225]
Damon Kemp[226] Robert Steveson
Dante Chen[227] Sean Hao[228]
Dijak[229] Christopher Dijak [230]
Duke Hudson[231] Brendan Vink[232]
Edris Enofé[233] Inyene Umoh
Elton Prince[234] Lewis Howley NXT Tag Team Champion
Grayson Waller[235] Matthew Farrelly[236]
Guru Raaj[161] Laxmi Rajpoot
Hank Walker[222] Joseph Sculthorpe
Ikemen Jiro[237] Sōjirō Higuchi
Ilja Dragunov[238] Ilya Rukober
Jagger Reid[239] James Dowell[240]
Javier Bernal[233] Randall Beidelschies
JD McDonagh[241] Jordan Devlin[242]
Joe Coffey[243] Joseph Coffey
Joe Gacy[244] Joseph Ruby[245]
Josh Briggs[246] Joshua Bruns[247]
Julius Creed[248] Jacob Kasper[249]
Kit Wilson[250] Sam Stoker NXT Tag Team Champion
Malik Blade[251] Joshua Dawkins
Mark Coffey[252] Mark Coffey
Nathan Frazer[253] Benjamin Timms[254]
Odyssey Jones[255] Omari Palmer[256]
Oro Mensah[257] Oliver Sauter[258]
Quincy Elliott[259] Unknown
Rip Fowler[260] Jack Rea
Roderick Strong[261] Christopher Lindsey[188] Inactive; ankle injury[262]
Sanga[263] Saurav Gurjar
Scrypts[264] Sidney Bateman
Tony D'Angelo[265] Joseph Ariola[266] Inactive; knee injury[267]
Trick Williams[268] Matrick Belton
Tyler Bate[269] Tyler Bate
Veer Mahaan[270] Rinku Rajput[271]
Von Wagner[272] Calvin Bloom[273]
Wes Lee[274] Deveon Aiken North American Champion
Wolfgang[275] Barry Young
Xyon Quinn[276] Daniel Vidot[277][278]

Women's division

Mandy Rose
Katana Chance
Kayden Carter
Ring name Real name Notes
Alba Fyre[279] Kayleigh Rae
Amari Miller[280] Camron Clay
Arianna Grace[281] Bianca Carelli
Ava Raine[282] Simone Johnson
Blair Davenport[283] Beatrice Priestley
Cora Jade[284] Brianna Coda[285]
Elektra Lopez[286] Karissa Rivera
Fallon Henley[287] Theresa Schuessler
Gigi Dolin[288] Priscilla Kelly[285]
Indi Hartwell[289] Samantha De Martin
Isla Dawn[290] Courtney Stewart[291]
Ivy Nile[292] Emily Andzulis
Jacy Jayne[293] Taylor Grado
Katana Chance[294] Kacy Catanzaro NXT Women's Tag Team Champion
Kayden Carter[295] Allyssa Lane NXT Women's Tag Team Champion
Kiana James[222] Kayla Inlay
Lash Legend[296] Anriel Howard
Lyra Valkyria[297] Aoife Cusack[298]
Mandy Rose[299] Amanda Saccomanno[300] NXT Women's Champion
Meiko Satomura[301] Meiko Satomura
Nikkita Lyons[233] Faith Jefferies
Roxanne Perez[302] Carla Gonzalez
Sarray[303] Sari Fujimura
Sol Ruca[222] Calyx Hampton
Tatum Paxley[233] Natalie Holland
Thea Hail[222] Madison Knisley
Tiffany Stratton[304] Jessica Woynilko[168] Inactive; head injury[305]
Valentina Feroz[306] Rita Reis[307]
Wendy Choo[308] Karen Yu[309]
Yulisa León[218] Jennifer Cantu Iglesias Inactive; leg surgery[310]
Zoey Stark[311] Theresa Serrano

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Mr. Stone[312] Robert Strauss[313] Manager of Von Wagner

Unbranded

Ring name Real name Notes
Aleah James[314] Aleah James[315]
Jinny[316] Jinny Hahn
John Cena[317] John Cena Jr.
Noam Dar[318] Noam Dar[319]
Stevie Turner[320] Lucy Garland

Performance Center trainees

See also: WWE Performance Center

Men's division

Ring name Real name Notes
Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald[321] Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald
Antione Frazier[321] Antione Frazier
Beau Morris[322] Beau Morris
Bronco Nima[222] Edwin Grande
Bryson Montana[233] Jacoby Brooks
Chukwusom Enekwechi[322] Chukwusom Enekwechi
Daniel McArthur[323] Daniel McArthur
Eka Brown[324] Gabriel Wai
Hayden Pittman[322] Hayden Pittman
Houston Miller[325] Houston Miller
Kale Dixon[321] Caleb Balgaard
Kevin Ventura-Cortes[322] Kevin Ventura-Cortes
Luca Crusifino[326] Roman Macek
Lucien Price[222] Nnamdi Oguayo
Myles Borne[222] David Bostian
Oba Femi[321] Isaac Odugbesan
Rickssen Opont[322] Rickssen Opont
Skylor Clinton[327] Skylor Clinton
Tank Ledger[321] Joe Spivak
Tavion Heights[325] G'Angelo Hancock
Tiller Bucktrot[321] Tiller Bucktrot

Women's division

Ring name Real name Notes
Alexis Lete[325] Alexis Lete
Alivia Ash[322] Alivia Ash
Anna Keefer[322] Anna Keefer
Breanna Ruggiero[322] Breanna Ruggiero
Brooklyn Barlow[233] Brooke Vawter
Dani Palmer[325] Alexis Amrhein
Franki Strefling[322] Franki Strefling
Gabrielle Dunn[322] Gabrielle Dunn
Gina DeLucia[328] Gina DeLucia
Giovanna Eburneo[321] Giovanna Eburneo
Harleigh White[322] Harleigh White
Jade Gentile[322] Jade Gentile
Jakara Jackson[233] Jamara Garrett
Kennedy Cummins[322] Kennedy Cummins
Lea Mitchell[322] Lea Mitchell
Monika Klisara[327] Monika Klisara
Sarah Baer[329] Sarah Baer
Tiana Caffey[330] Tiana Caffey
Valerie Loureda[331] Valerie Loureda

Referees

Charles Robinson

See also: Referee (professional wrestling)

Ring name Real name Notes
Adrian Butler[332] Darryl Sharma Senior referee
Chad Patton[333] Chad Patton Senior referee
Charles Robinson[334] Charles Robinson Senior referee
Chip Danning[335] Christopher Sharpe
Dallas Irvin[336] Antrone Brewer[337]
Dan Engler[338] Daniel Engler
Danilo Anfibio[339] Danilo Anfibio
Daphanie LaShaunn[340] Aja Smith
Derek Sanders[341] Thomas Castor
Eddie Orengo[342] Eddie Orengo
Felix Fernandez[343] Unknown
Jason Ayers[344] Jason Ayers
Jessika Carr[345][346] Jessika Heiser[347]
Joey Gonzalez[343] Unknown
John Cone[348] John Cone[349] Senior Manager of Talent Relations[350]
Rod Zapata[351] Robert Vista
Ryan Tran[352] Brian Nguyen
Shawn Bennett[353] Matthew Bennett

Broadcast team

The following section pertains to announcers who cover WWE broadcasts. This group includes backstage interviewers, presenters, ringside commentators, ring announcers, pre-show hosts, and analysts.

Raw

Corey Graves
Ring name Real name Notes
Byron Saxton[354] Bryan Kelly[355] Backstage interviewer
Commentator on Main Event and NXT Level Up
Cathy Kelley[356] Catherine Kelley Backstage interviewer
Corey Graves[357] Matthew Polinsky[358] Commentator
Pay-per-view commentator
Co-host of Experience
Kevin Patrick[359] Kevin Patrick Play-by-play commentator
Pre-show Co-host for pay-per-views
Commentator on Main Event
Mike Rome[360] Austin Romero[361] Ring announcer

SmackDown

Michael Cole
Ring name Real name Notes
Kayla Braxton[362] Kayla Becker[363] Backstage interviewer
Pre-show host for pay-per-views
Co-host of The SmackDown Lowdown
Co-host of The Bump[364]
Megan Morant[365] Megan O'Brian Backstage interviewer
Co-host of Vintage
Michael Cole[366] Sean Michael Coulthard[367] Vice President of Announcing[368]
Play-by-play commentator
Pay-per-view commentator[369]
Samantha Irvin[370] Samantha Johnson Ring announcer
Wade Barrett[371] Stuart Bennett Commentator

NXT

Booker T
Ring name Real name Notes
Alicia Taylor[372] Alicia Warrington[373] Ring announcer
Booker T[374] Booker Huffman Jr.[375] Commentator
Pre-show analyst for main roster pay-per-views
Hall of Famer
Kelly Kincaid[376] Kelly Verbil Backstage interviewer
Ring announcer on NXT Level Up
McKenzie Mitchell[377] McKenzie Mitchell Backstage interviewer
Host of The Bump[364]
Sudu Shah[378] Sudu Upadhyay Play-by-play commentator on NXT Level Up
Vic Joseph[379] Victor Travagliante[380] Play-by-play commentator
Narrator for List This!

Other

Ring name Real name Notes
Calvin Knie Calvin Knie German-language commentator on pay-per-views
Christophe Agius Christophe Agius French-language commentator on Raw, SmackDown, and pay-per-views
Dan Vollmayer Daniel Vollmayer Co-host of The Bump[364]
Funaki[382] Shoichi Funaki[383] Japanese-language color commentator on pay-per-views
Japanese-language host of This Week in WWE
Greg Miller[384] Greg Miller Host of WWE This is Awesome
Jackie Redmond[385] Jackie Redmond Co-host of Raw Talk and The SmackDown Lowdown
Jerry Lawler[386] Jerry Lawler[387] Pre-show analyst for pay-per-views
Hall of Famer[388]
Jerry Soto[389] Jerry Soto Spanish-language color commentator on Raw, SmackDown, and pay-per-views
Co-host of WWE en Español
Jimena Sánchez[390] Jimena Sánchez Co-host of WWE Saturday Night
Marcelo Rodríguez[391] Marcelo Rodríguez Spanish-language lead commentator on Raw, SmackDown, and pay-per-views
Co-host of WWE en Español
Matt Camp[377] Matthew Camp Co-host of The Bump[364]
Moein Al Bastaki[392] Moein Al Bastaki Co-host of Wal3ooha[392]
Nadir Mohammedi Nadir Mohammedi French-language commentator on Raw, SmackDown, and pay-per-views
Nathalie Mamo Nathalie Mamo Arabic-language host of WWE Now
Co-host of Wal3ooha[392]
Pat McAfee[393] Patrick McAfee Occasional wrestler
Inactive; on hiatus during college football season due to his commitments on ESPN College GameDay
Peter Rosenberg[394] Peter Rosenberg Pre-show analyst for pay-per-views
Host of Superstar Superfan
Rob Armstrong Robert Armstrong Co-host of WWE The Run-In
Rob Schamberger[395] Robert Schamberger Host of Canvas 2 Canvas
Ryan Pappolla[396] Ryan Pappolla Co-host of WWE Now
Co-host of The Bump[364]
Sam Roberts Samuel Roberts Pre-show analyst for pay-per-views[397]
Scott Stanford[398] Scott Stanford[399] Co-host of Vintage and Bottom Line
Co-host of Afterburn, Free for All, and This Week in WWE
Narrator for Ride Along
Tim Haber Tim Haber German-language commentator on pay-per-views

Ambassadors

Titus O'Neil

Select former or retired WWE wrestlers not currently on the main roster (sometimes billed as "WWE Legends") and other celebrities and personalities have contracts to make periodic appearances—either on WWE TV or for promotional events—serving as "ambassadors" (public representatives/spokespeople) for the company.

Ring name Real name Notes
Beth Phoenix[400] Elizabeth Copeland Hall of Famer[401][369]
Bob Backlund[402] Robert Backlund[403] Hall of Famer[404]
The Boogeyman[405] Martin Wright [406]
Brie Bella[407] Brianna Danielson[408] Hall of Famer[409]
Eve Torres[410] Eve Gracie[411] [404]
Goldberg[412] William Goldberg Hall of Famer
Maria Menounos[413] Maria Menounos[414] [415]
Maryse[416] Maryse Mizanin
Nikki Bella[417] Stephanie Chingvintsev[418] Hall of Famer[409]
Ricky Steamboat[419] Richard Blood Sr.[420] Hall of Famer[404]
Sean Waltman[421] Sean Waltman Hall of Famer[404]
Sgt. Slaughter[422] Robert Remus[423] Hall of Famer[404]
Superstar Billy Graham[424] Eldridge Coleman[425] Hall of Famer[426]
Tatanka[427] Chris Chavis[428] [429]
Tatsumi Fujinami[430] Tatsumi Fujinami[431] Hall of Famer[432]
The Undertaker[433] Mark Calaway Hall of Famer
Titus O'Neil[434] Thaddeus Bullard Sr.[435] Global Ambassador[436]
Hall of Famer

Creative team

Bruce Prichard
Ring name Real name Notes
Bruce Prichard[437] Bruce Prichard Executive Director
Drake Maverick[438] James Curtin Writer for Raw
Ed Koskey[439] Edward Koskey Lead writer for SmackDown[440]
Gabe Sapolsky[441] Gabriel Sapolsky Writer
George Carroll[442] George Carroll Writer for NXT
Jim Smallman[443] James Smallman Writer
Johnny Russo[442] Johnny Russo Lead writer for NXT
Jonathan Baeckstrom Jonathan Baeckstrom Lead writer for Raw[440]
Nick Bonnano[442] Nick Bonnano Writer for NXT
Rob Fee Robert Fee Director of Longterm Creative[444]
Ryan Katz[445] Ryan Katz Creative Producer for NXT
Ryan Ward[439] Ryan Ward Writer for SmackDown
Shawn Michaels[446] Michael Hickenbottom Senior Vice President of Talent Development Creative[447]
Hall of Famer

Producers

Michael Hayes
Ring name Real name Notes
Adam Pearce[448] Adam Pearce[449] Director of Live Events
Brian Kendrick Brian Kendrick [450]
Chris Parks[451] Christopher Park
Jamie Noble[452] James Gibson[453]
Jason Jordan Nathan Everhart Senior Producer
Kenny Dykstra[454] Kenneth Doane [455]
Michael Hayes[456] Michael Seitz[457] Vice President, Creative Writing & Booking
Hall of Famer
Molly Holly Nora Benshoof Hall of Famer[458]
Petey Williams Peter Williams III [459]
Shane Helms Gregory Helms [460]
Shawn Daivari Dara Shawn Daivari [459]
TJ Wilson[461] Theodore Wilson[462][463]

Music department

Ring name Real name Notes
Anthony Mirabella III Anthony Mirabella III Music Producer[464]
Neil Lawi Neil Lawi Senior Vice President of WWE Music Group
General Manager of WWE Music Group[465]

Performance Center staff

Matt Bloom

Note: as NXT is based at the Performance Center, PC coaches and trainers also work as producers for that brand.

Ring name Real name Notes
Brian Duncan[466][467] Brian Duncan Head Athletic Trainer
D-Von Dudley[468] Devon Hughes[469] Trainer/Assistant Coach[470]
Hall of Famer
Fit Finlay[471] David Finlay Jr. Trainer/Assistant Coach[472]
Johnny Moss[454] John Mossop[473] Trainer/Assistant Coach
Matt Bloom[454] Matthew Bloom Performance Center Head Coach
Vice President of Talent Development[474]
Norman Smiley[454] Norman Smiley Trainer/Assistant Coach
Oney Lorcan Christopher Girard Trainer/Assistant Coach[475]
Robbie Brookside[454] Robert Brooks Trainer/Assistant Coach
Santana Garrett Santana Garrett Trainer/Assistant Coach[476]
Sara Amato[477] Sara Amato[478] Assistant Head Coach[479]
Sarah Barnett[454] Sarah Barnett Strength and Conditioning Coach
Steve Corino[454] Steven Corino Trainer/Assistant Coach
Tara Halaby[466][467] Tara Halaby Athletic Trainer
Physical Therapist
Terry Taylor[454] Paul Taylor III Trainer/Assistant Coach

Medical team

Name Real name Notes
Chris Robinson[480] Chris Robinson Ringside Physician
Jeffrey Dugas[480] Jeffrey R. Dugas Associate Medical Director
Jeffrey Westerfield[480] Jeffrey Westerfield Ringside Physician
Joseph Maroon[480] Joseph Maroon Medical Director

Corporate staff

Board of Directors

Name Notes
Alan Wexler[481]
Ignace Lahoud[481]
Jeffrey Speed[482]
JoEllen Lyons Dillon[483]
Man Jit Singh[481]
Michelle McKenna[483]
Nick Khan[484] Co-Chief Executive Officer
Steve Koonin[485]
Steve Pamon[486]

Senior management

Road Dogg
Name Notes
Bradley Blum Executive Vice President of Operations[487]
Craig Stimmel Senior Vice President and Head of Global Sales and Partnerships[488]
Dan Ventrelle Executive Vice President of Talent[489][490]
Frank Kimball Senior Vice President of Talent Operations and Strategy[491]
Frank Riddick President
Chief Financial Officer[492]
Kevin Dunn[493] Executive Producer
Chief, Global Television Distribution[494][495]
Maurice Edelson Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer[489]
Rajan Mehta Chief Technology Officer[487]
Road Dogg
(Brian James)
Senior Vice President of Live Events[496]
Hall of Famer

See also

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