Details Regarding Triple H’s Opinion On The New AEW Backstage Hire

Michael Mansury had a significant background role in WWE. At AEW, Mansury is now serving as Senior Vice President and Co-Executive Producer, bringing his talents to the organization. The choice could have a big impact on AEW. In a report, we came to know how significant the signing was in relation to WWE. In the WWE, Mansury was widely considered the front-runner to succeed Kevin Dunn.

Mansury joined WWE in 2009 as a production assistant. Over time, he moved up the ladder, eventually taking the job of Vice President of Global Television Production. He worked for the company for eleven years before leaving in 2020 due to a lack of “upward mobility.” According to the source, he wasn’t able to do much more than what he had already done “unless Kevin Dunn stepped aside, which did not end up happening.”

As a fan of Mansury’s work, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, the chief content officer for WWE, wanted to rehire him as soon as he took over. That was unlikely, though, as it seemed Mansury wouldn’t come back unless he took over Dunn’s position, who still hasn’t budged from his spot. Mansury’s addition is a significant victory for AEW. He is regarded as a reputable and skilled producer who can significantly enhance the company’s content, knows how to connect with its key demographic, and can improve production quality. It was AEW’s biggest hire this year, according to a source in WWE who has been very critical of AEW.

WWE introduced the “NIL” programme

The methods used by WWE to find and develop potential superstars are constantly changing. WWE introduced the “NIL” (Next In Line – name, image, likeness) programme in December 2021. This initiative aims to improve the talent-development process through partnerships with top collegiate athletes. In the fall, WWE organised the “Campus Rush” tour, which stopped by eight universities to inform students about the requirements for becoming a WWE talent. 

Exos, a “global leader in athlete training and human performance,” and WWE have now partnered up once more to give NIL athletes the chance to train at Exos’ “world-class” development facilities. At 400 locations in 26 countries, Exos currently provides more than 12,000 athletes. According to a press release from WWE, WWE NIL athletes will be “acquainting yourself with the Exos Athlete Experience Program and its numerous partners in sports science and data.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.