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Paul 'Triple H' Levesque officially gets new WWE job title

Levesque is now WWE's chief content officer.
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Paul "Triple H" Levesque officially has a new job title in WWE.

In an SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) filing on Friday, it was revealed that Levesque's new job title in WWE is "chief content officer." Levesque was named WWE's new head of creative this July following the retirement of Vince McMahon.

It was also announced in July that Levesque had been named WWE's executive vice president of talent relations.

Friday's SEC filing also included the announcement that Frank Riddick has been promoted to president in WWE, a job title that was previously held by Nick Khan. Riddick will continue to serve as WWE's chief financial officer.

Khan and Stephanie McMahon were named co-CEOs of WWE after the retirement of Vince McMahon. Stephanie is also WWE's new chairwoman.

In addition to the new job titles, WWE noted in the SEC filing that Stephanie, Khan, Riddick, and Levesque have received raises:

As of the Effective Date, Ms. McMahon’s annual base salary increased from $730,000 to $1.35 million. Ms. McMahon will continue to receive payments including, without limitation, the $750,000 guaranteed minimum under her booking agreement, as amended, which is listed as an exhibit (and incorporated by reference) to our Annual Report on Form 10-K/A filed with the SEC on August 16, 2022; (ii) Mr. Khan’s annual base salary increased from $1.2 million to $1.35 million; (iii) Mr. Riddick’s annual base salary increased from $850,000 to $950,000; and (iv) Mr. Levesque’s annual base salary increased from $730,000 to $900,000. Mr. Levesque will continue to receive payments including, without limitation, the $1.0 million guaranteed minimum under his booking agreement, as amended, which is listed as an exhibit and incorporated by reference) to our Annual Report on Form 10-K/A filed with the SEC on August 16, 2022.