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WWE’s Senior Vice President of Athlete ID & Development leaves company

Trent Wilfinger, WWE’s Senior Vice President of Athlete ID & Development, has left the company after nearly three years on the job.

Wilfinger announced the news himself in a post on his LinkedIn profile, writing that after “a heck or a ride,” he’s excited to be turning the page to a new chapter.

“I will forever be grateful for my time at the WWE and all of the friends I made along the way. If you would have told younger me that one day my boss would be Triple H and that I would work closely with Shawn Michaels I would have had two words for you,” he wrote.

Wilfinger described the WWE Perfomance Center as a “special place” and a good reason why 98% of the WWE main roster goes through NXT.

“Lastly, thank you to all of the NXT Superstars. It truly was a privilege to work with you and I will forever be grateful that you let me be a small part of your journey,” he concluded.

In his role, Wilfinger lead the strategy and execution of identifying, recruiting, and developing the next generation of WWE Superstars.


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Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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