There is another new member of the team.
WWE has let go of a number of individuals and have added a great deal of in-ring performers to the roster and brought some familiar faces to the backstage and creative areas of the company over the past several weeks and months. The latest to join the creative side is writer Dave Schilling. Schilling made the official announcement on Twitter that starting in March, he will be joining WWE's creative team. Schilling formerly wrote for Bleacher Report, The Guardian, Grantland and VICE and next month he'll be writing for World Wrestling Entertainment.
SOME PERSONAL NEWS: I can finally reveal that I’m joining the creative team at WWE next month. I could not be more thrilled to have this opportunity in an industry I love.— Dave Schilling (@dave_schilling) February 24, 2019
This past Friday, Tye Dillinger, Hideo Itami and former WWE Cruiserweight Champion TJP were released from their respective contracts. It was also reported that WWE Hall Of Famer Arn Anderson parted ways with the company. Former WWE writer Kazeem Famuyide shared on social media earlier this month that he had been let go from WWE as well. The likes of Sonjay Dutt, IMPACT Wrestling Hall Of Famer Abyss, Shane "Hurricane" Helms and WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett have transitioned to backstage roles within the company.
Yesterday, PWInsider reported that starting on Monday, Bruce Prichard will rejoin WWE's creative team on a full-time basis and along with those aforementioned additions to the backstage area is Dave Schilling. The new Performance Center class has been announced as well so click here to check out the newest members of the WWE roster.