EVP of Talent Dan Ventrelle, SVP Trent Wilfinger no longer with WWE

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Ventrelle is no longer with the company, per report. 

It was first reported by Aaron Varble of SEScoops that Executive Vice President of Talent at WWE, Dan Ventrelle, is no longer with the company. That story has been corroborated by F4WOnline’s Dave Meltzer

Meltzer notes that Ventrelle was let go on 4/11. 

Ventrelle’s background includes serving as the interim President of the NFL Las Vegas Raiders from July 2021 through May 2022. WWE held their 2021 SummerSlam Premium Live Event at the Raiders’ home field of Allegiant Stadium.

He took on the role with WWE in September 2022. 

Also departing the Talent Relations department is Chris Wilfinger, per PWInsider. He was the Senior Vice President of Athlete I.D. and Development.

POST Wrestling can independently confirm that Chris Legentil and Matt Altman will be working together to reorganize the Talent Relations department. Talent Development and recruiting will now report to Shawn Michaels and all of talent, which includes Talent Relations, Development and Recruiting will continue reporting to Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque.

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