Former WWE Vice President of Talent Development Canyon Ceman wrote an update on his personal LinkedIn page to say thank you and goodbye to WWE.
Ceman, who was fired from WWE last year in July, said that he was grateful to WWE for an adventurous almost 10-year run where he set to execute the vision of Triple H, who he called a “visionary leader with world class creativity and discipline, and a good human.”
He said he was proud of the efforts they made at worldwide recruitment, their role in women’s empowerment in WWE, culture of respect built at the Performance Center, and all the stories created by the Superstars of NXT.
Ceman also gave props to Matt Bloom, Shawn Michaels, Sara Amato, Robbie Brooks, Steve Corino, Norman Smiley, Terry Taylor, Ryan Katz, Jeremy Borash, Sean Hayes, Malissa Lappas, William Regal, as well as the medical and creative team down in Orlando.
“The performance art of pro wrestling is worthy of respect… the more you learn the more impressed you become with all that it requires,” Ceman wrote, adding that it was an honor for him to work with all the stars who are “among the hardest working and most passionate creative athletes” he has ever been around.