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Report: Kevin Dunn expected to remain with WWE for now

The longtime WWE head producer will be sticking around according to a report.
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Even with a creative regime change, Kevin Dunn is expected to remain with WWE for now.

Fightful reported the news on Tuesday.

With Vince McMahon no longer in charge of creative, or with WWE at all, there was a belief (and assumption by some) that the longtime WWE executive producer might also be ending his near 40-year run.

From the Fightful report:

"We've also been told that WWE doesn't believe they have anyone currently that could replace Dunn as the likeliest candidate was let go during a prior round of layoffs and a return isn't likely based on how the exit went down."

Dunn is WWE's executive producer & chief of global television distribution and has also been a member of WWE's Board of Directors since 2008. He was hired by McMahon in 1984 and worked his way up the corporate ladder. Despite the promotions, Dunn has remained in the line producer role for all live WWE TV shows since 1988.

Paul Levesque took over for McMahon as head of creative following his resignation from WWE last month.