A big member of WWE's television production has left the company.
According to a report from PWInsider, Michael Mansury, who served as WWE's Vice President of Global Television Production, officially left the company earlier this month. The move didn't come as a surprise though as he had given WWE notice of his departure months ago and that as of May, he would be leaving.
The report added that Mansury was someone who could potentially fill Kevin Dunn's current role within the company if and when Dunn stepped down. Mansury initially began his WWE tenure in 2009, starting out as a Production Assistant, then became an Associate Produced, Producer and then Managing Producer of WWE. He was then promoter to his role as Vice President of Global Television Production in 2016.
His position as Vice President of Global Television Production meant that he was the director of many WWE pay-per-view and television productions. In recent months, WWE has moved all of its pay-per-view and television productions to the WWE Performance Center due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Although unrelated to the number of layoffs WWE announced in April, Mansury's departure was the latest in a long list that has transpired in recent weeks. You can check out the list of talent, producers and agents that left the company at this link.