Update on WWE Morale under Triple H and latest on Kevin Dunn’s successor

Update on WWE Morale under Triple H and latest on Kevin Dunn's successor

The latest episode of Figure Four Daily podcast featured Bryan Alvarez and Lance Storm discussing Kevin Dunn’s departure from WWE. Dunn reportedly decided to leave the company at the end of last month.

On the podcast, Storm shared an interesting detail about his time in WWE, revealing that he never had a chance to meet Kevin Dunn. Dunn’s reputation within the company was not very good, as Alvarez mentioned in his statement.

He wasn’t got a great name,’ Alvarez said. Many people are happy to have him gone.” Similar to how many people were happy to have Vince gone. It’s akin to two peas together.

According to Storm, a time when Vince McMahon was not on Raw and SmackDown during the XFL’s inception provided him with fewer opportunities to work. “Hitler’s presence was more desirable than that of Vince,” he stated. Alvarez confirmed the stories he heard Storm told him, saying morale often went up when McMahon wasn’t around.

Vince and Triple H are notably distinct, as mentioned by someone who has been around for a while. I have never witnessed him completely flipping out. They stated that Vince was not always a complete madman. He has remained unharmed since the beginning. The absence of Vince and Kevin Dunn made the work environment much more comfortable. It’s a new 2024 now.

In reference to Dunn’s replacement, Alvarez mentioned a name he had heard about. I heard a name,’ said. I’m not sure. I was unaware of the name. I’m unsure of the identity of this person… The name I was given was Marty Miller.

The wrestling world is eagerly anticipating further developments as discussions about Dunn’s departure and potential impact on WWE continue.

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