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Backstage Update On Kevin Dunn Leaving WWE, His Relationship With Triple H & Vince McMahon



As we previously reported here on eWn, Kevin Dunn, a long-time trusted employee of Vince McMahon who worked for WWE for over four decades, overseeing TV production, resigned from WWE earlier this month.

Fightful Select has a report with more details on Kevin Dunn leaving WWE from his role as Executive Producer & Chief Of Global Television Distribution.

Dunn reportedly had a hand in all parts of WWE broadcasts, including graphics, lighting, camera, audio, pyrotechnics, and video.

In case Dunn saw an aspect that he thought could look better, he’d provide feedback and serve as the ringleader for WWE TV broadcasts.

Dunn was reportedly not as difficult to work with, but as a TV director, he’d demand the best out of everyone.

While Dunn was reportedly around for almost all of WWE’s shows, NXT producers would fill in for him if he was absent.

It is to be noted that Dunn was not in attendance for the WWE Survivor Series 2023 broadcast which WWE Chief Creative Officer Triple H was in charge of.

While Dunn’s schedule was similar to Michael Cole’s, who almost takes no days off, he took a fairly normal amount of holidays and time off during his run.

Additionally, people who worked with Dunn reportedly stated that he got along well with Triple H, Bruce Prichard, and Vince McMahon, along with segment producers.

Dunn used to exchange ideas with them, and there wasn’t much in the way of stepping on each other’s toes.

Dunn also had a focus on the safety of the production side, such as Cody Rhodes making his surprise return at WrestleMania 38. The production crew issued a long hold on the pyrotechnics because Dunn wanted to make sure the camera crew on the ramp would be clear from getting hit by the pyrowork.

WWE EVP of TV Chris Kaiser has been filling in for Dunn internally following the latter’s exit.

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