Following Vince McMahon’s resignation from the organisation in late July, Paul “Triple H” Levesque assumed the roles of Head of Creative and Head of Talent Relations for WWE. As was made official by a press release on Monday, he has now been given another by being named the company’s Chief Content Officer. Additionally, the promotion of Frank Riddick III to WWE’sHead of the company and Chief Financial Officer. According to the press announcement, Paul “Triple H” Levesque has been promoted to Chief Content Officer at WWE® (NYSE: WWE). Furthermore, the business appointed Frank A. Riddick III to the positions of President and Chief Financial Officer. Levesque has designed a 15% boost in Monday Night Raw viewership and double-digit increases in social media engagement since taking over creative duties at WWE. Levesque will be in charge of creative writing, talent relations, live events, talent development, and creative services in her role as chief content officer. Nick Khan, the co-CEO of WWE, will get the report.
Levesque stated in the statement: “I’m excited about this incredible opportunity to work with WWE, one of the world’s most prolific providers of premium content. Having worked in this industry for my entire career, I’m sure that we have the necessary components in place to keep expanding our audience and satisfying our fans all around the world.”
Paul “Triple H” Levesque Gets a New Promotion Within WWE
The press statement stated the following about Riddick: “After sitting on the company’s board of directors for more than 13 years and having previously held the position of temporary CFO, Riddick joined WWE as Chief Financial Officer last year. WWE has since declared yearly and quarterly Revenue and Adjusted OIBDA records. Riddick will be in charge of financial planning and analysis, strategy, controllership, investor relations, tax, data analytics, technology, event travel, and facilities in his capacity as president and CFO. He will jointly report to co-CEO Nick Khan and WWE Chairwoman & Co-CEO Stephanie McMahon.
” I’ve had the great fortune of working closely with the talented people at WWE in a variety of capacities over the past 15 years,” Riddick said. “Along with Steph, Nick and Paul, we look forward to executing our ambitious plans and delivering for our shareholders.”
WWE’s first pay-per-view to be completely booked by Levesque, Clash at the Castle, took place this past Saturday at Cardiff, Wales in front of a crowd of 60,000+. The company’s next pay-per-view, Extreme Rules, is slotted for Oct. 8 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.