Josiah Williams is no longer working with WWE.
Fightful has confirmed Josiah Williams, the creator of Wrestle & Flow, was let go by WWE.
Fightful has learned that unfortunately Josiah Williams was a part of the WWE cuts this week. He's appeared on various digital properties and did the theme music for Cameron Grimes. We've heard from so many names speaking highly of him and his work. pic.twitter.com/fjZ4WumS1K— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) May 28, 2021
Being uniquely musically gifted, Williams’ voice can be heard in NXT in the new theme song for Cameron Grimes, AEW in Shawn Spears theme song, and even on Ring of Honor.
Williams was also let go by WWE in 2020 as part of the cuts that were reported on Wednesday, April 15 of that year. However, he would find his way back to the company and even be featured in the opening vignette of NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day.
Prior to the pandemic, Williams was a part of the live event crew for NXT and was even on camera as a backstage interviewer for WWE's black and gold brand at times.
Perhaps his most notable moment on camera was when he performed his remix of Adam Cole’s entrance music as Cole came to the ring for his match at NXT TakeOver: XXV where he defeated Johnny Gargano for the NXT Championship.
Recently, there were additional backstage personnel layoffs in WWE. Learn more about that at this link.