Molly Holly Explains How She Brings The Casual Fan Perspective As A WWE Producer

Molly Holly wrapped up her full time in-ring career in 2005, but has made various appearances over the years including multiple appearances in the Women's Royal Rumble.

Molly was hired as a producer by WWE in August 2021.

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Speaking during a Highspots Sign It Live, Molly explained how she views her role as a producer.

"I am what's called a producer, back in the day they called them an agent. It's an honor for me because Dean Malenko was a mentor to me and he was an agent for so many years, and Fit Finlay, who I love, and to be in the same role that they were for me is really special to be able to help the young talent be encouraged on a rough day or to help them just have the best role possible," she said.

Molly continued, "I do look at it like I'm the eyes of the casual fan. I'm the person who flips through every now and again to watch. Whenever I'm helping with the show, I try to say, 'Okay, we don't want to just cater to the pocket of people who are superfans and devote every week. If someone is flipping through the channels, maybe for the first time, we want to capture their attention and make them lifelong fans if it's their first time seeing the show. That's something I think I bring from the casual fan perspective."

Molly recently appeared on NXT television to help pick the competitors for the first-ever Iron Survivor Challenge.

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