Jimmy Yang clarifies reports.
On December 27, PWInsider reported Yang decided a job as WWE producer wasn't for him after taking the position on a tryout basis in October.
Taking to social media, Yang confirmed that he is no longer with WWE, but clarified that he did not quit, saying it was WWE's decision to not move forward and he respected their choice.
I don't particularly appreciate seeing this narrative saying that I quit. It takes A LOT for me to quit anything. Almost a month ago, @WWE chose not to move forward with me being a producer, and I was perfectly fine with their decision. #idontthinkyouseenthelastofme— james yun (@akioyang) December 29, 2021
Yang had been producing matches and segments for WWE Raw and SmackDown including Apollo Crews vs. Damian Priest from the November 29 episode of WWE Raw, R-Truth vs. Reggie from WWE Main Event, Street Profits vs. AJ Styles & Omos from the November 22 episode of WWE Raw, and Rick Boogs vs. Angel Garza from the November 26 episode of WWE SmackDown.
Yang was credited as a producer alongside other long-term producers such as Abyss and D-Von Dudley.