WWE Hiring A General Manager For The New Performance Center

WWE has recently published a job opening for General Manager of their Performance Center in Florida. Below is the official statement from the WWE Corporate website.

WWE is a publicly-traded, global entertainment company with more than 700 employees. WWE’s PG, family-friendly programming is broadcast in more than 150 countries and 30 languages and reaches more than 650 million homes worldwide. In 2012, WWE had nearly $500 million in revenue and our flagship program, Monday Night Raw, is consistently a top-rated program on cable and is the number-one rated program on USA Network.  WWE is also a global leader in social and digital media with more than 160 million social media followers.  WWE is committed to leveraging the power of its brand and platforms to help address important social issues worldwide including diversity and inclusion, education and military support as well as providing hope to those in need.  WWE is a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment, and we encourage all employees to treat every day like it’s the first day on the job, share new ideas, ask questions, respect each other, and, of course, have fun.

The General Manager will be based in Orlando, FL and will oversee our new state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center which consists of 75+ Superstars and 8-10 full time WWE employees.  At WWE, Talent are our most valuable resource–the heart and soul of our business–without which we would not be the global entertainment juggernaut that we have become today. Opening this summer, the WWE state-of-the-art Performance Center will serve as the new home to WWE’s talent development system.  With 26,000 square-feet, seven training rings, a world-class strength and conditioning program and cutting-edge edit and production facilities, the new Performance Center will give WWE the ability to train more potential performers than ever before through a comprehensive program including in-ring training, physical preparedness and character development. This position will report to the SVP, Talent Relations and Development.

Brad Davis

Brad Davis is the editor of SEScoops.com and MMANews.com. He's been hooked on pro wrestling since 1989 and has attended 8 WrestleManias

  • tbone7819

    How about getting a GM for Raw instead of “Excuse Me”

  • God’s Diamond

    Dang I didnt even know that was h3 in the pic cuz im on my phone. I was h3 would grow his hair to at least swagger length but I guess end of an era match was referring to him and taker no longer having long hair hahah

    • DerrekSolaris

      No idea what you just said.

      • WWEFan4Life

        He basically said he didn’t know that was triple H in the picture because he was on his phone and that he wishes triple H would grow his hair to at least swagger length (No idea, either) but he guesses the end of an era match at WM 29 and that he and Taker didn’t have any hair their, and still do not. Don’t worry, I think people wouldn’t know what he said either.

  • DEX

    HHH looks like a cactus..