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Another creative writer leaves WWE

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WWE creative head writer David Kreizman has parted ways with the
company, this time instead of being fired he was the one who walked away
from WWE. The former soap opera writer who worked on television hits such
as Guiding Light, As The World Turns, and All My Children, joined WWE in
March of this year and only managed to stay onboard for less than four
months. You think working for the McMahons is easy? Ask the handful of
writers who have departed this year because of the stress and drama

(thanks to Colin Vassallo)

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8 Responses

  1. jake says:

    Soo what was his wrestling history and if none why the hell was he hired? Wrestling minds to book/write wrestling. Id hire 5 fans who have my same passion and history of the biz and use their input with paul heyman. Hollywood writer…ridiculous.

  2. Guled says:

    Wrestling has changed as we know it.. but BETTER.

  3. Chris James says:

    Ohh. All my children. What a loss. Next!

  4. Gazz says:

    IMO, the problem with hiring fans, even under the guidance of someone like Paul Heyman, would be that they’d be clamouring to only push their favourite wrestlers, and not give everyone a fair chance. Plus, would said fans know how to write a storyline that has longevity and makes sense?

    There’s also the point of fan writers making decisions that from a business standpoint that either wouldn’t make sense (turning Cena heel when he’s one of, if not the biggest moneymaker for the company) or doing something like bringing back certain aspects of a time like the attitude era which would financially hurt WWE when it comes to those sponsers, business partners and shareholders who see themselves as family friendly.

    Personally if I was in Vince’s shoes, I’d rehire Paul Heyman as a creative advisor.

  5. Michael says:

    Leaves more room for writers like me to climb the ladder! Adios, David!

  6. LoMoHotDogs says:

    WWE will never be the same…

  7. Kerry says:

    I always said that WWE has turned into a soap opera, this just proves it.

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