Report: Jason Jordan Now Lead Producer In WWE, Other Staff Changes Made

The shake-up in WWE front offices has continued.

Mike Johnson at PWInsider reports Jason Jordan is the new lead producer at WWE and oversees all others at television. He takes over John Laurinaitis' former position.

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Jordan hasn't wrestled since Royal Rumble 2018. A neck injury forced him into a backstage role where he's been working as a producer.

Fightful Select reported on March 10 that Laurinaitis was back as Head of Talent Relations, replacing Mark Carrano.

Carrano was fired on April 22 as he was the "point of blame" in the trash bag incidents to released talent.

PWInsider reports John Cone is now second in command to Laurinaitis. Cone was initially fired on April 22 as part of the office shake-up, but the termination was rescinded. It's also reported that "one to two" others have been added to that department, but no names were given.

You can learn more about the management changes within WWE since April 22 by clicking here.

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