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Brad Blum Steps Down as WWE’s Chief Operating Officer


Brad Blum has officially resigned as WWE’s Chief Operating Officer effective on May 1st, marking another notable departure from WWE over the last several months, according to the Wrestling Observer.

Blum, who joined WWE back in 2006, joined the company as Chief of Staff and would hold that role for over a decade, and was a part of the frequent quarterly financial calls alongside former WWE owner Vince McMahon.

Blum’s role would evolve over the years and he would oversee areas such as Corporate Strategy, Marketing, Corporate Communications, Creative Services, IT & Technology, Insights & Analytics, Real Estate & Facilities, and Corporate Travel.

Blum was referred to in Janel Grant’s 67-page lawsuit as Corporate Officer No.2, according to Fightful.

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