WWE's roster turnover continues with an unexpected move.
Dana Warrior has joined WWE's writing team, according to a report by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet. Satin says that the 58-year old's position isn't permanent as of yet, but that she was at Raw to help lend a female perspective to the writing team.
Mike Johnson of PWInsider reports that Dana was shadowing WWE writers at Raw on Monday and "learning about the creative process." Johnson confirmed Satin's report that Dana has not been officially hired for a full-time role with the company.
Warrior is the widow of WWE Hall of Famer The Ultimate Warrior, who captured multiple championships and headlined WrestleMania VI. Dana Warrior herself had served as a WWE ambassador in the years following her husband's death, and gave speeches at WWE's Hall of Fame ceremonies when handing out the Warrior Award.
In addition to Dana Warrior, VICE writer Dave Schilling and longtime WWE name Bruce Prichard have also joined the company. This comes in the weeks that follow the departures of Tye Dillinger, TJP, Hideo Itami and others.
Fightful will update this story as it develops.