WWE is going through a management transition right now after firing Co-Presidents George Barrios and Michelle Wilson. At the moment, Frank Riddick is carrying the duties of the interim Chief Financial Officer as WWE looks for a permanent replacement.
On Thursday's fourth-quarter earnings call, Vince McMahon was asked about the transition of leadership process.
McMahon answered, "I think in terms of changing or reimagining our culture and the way we do business, it's going to be far more inclusive. Quite frankly, with that, our strong management team currently going forward, attracting world class individuals to our company. Who wouldn't want to work for WWE? I mean, come on! It's exciting."
Earlier in the call, McMahon thanked Wilson and Barrios for their time in the company, saying they made "more than significant" contributions to the company in their decade-plus as Co-Presidents. McMahon also stated that WWE "wouldn't miss a beat" without them.
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