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WWE is a professional wrestling promotion based in Stamford, Connecticut.[1] WWE personnel consists of professional wrestlers, managers, play-by-play and color commentators, ring announcers, interviewers, referees, trainers, producers, script writers, and various other positions. Executives and board members are also listed.

WWE contracts typically range from developmental contracts to multi-year deals.[2] WWE describes most personnel as "independent contractors."[1] Since the reintroduction of WWE's brand extension in 2016, main roster personnel are assigned to one of three primary brands – Raw, SmackDown, and NXT.[3][4][5] Some wrestlers may be assigned to a specialty brand under the NXT banner - these brands include 205 Live, which is for male wrestlers 205 lbs. and under (designated by WWE as cruiserweights), and NXT UK, which is for wrestlers based in the United Kingdom. While the five brands have their own distinct championships, the WWE 24/7 Championship, NXT Cruiserweight Championship, and WWE Women's Tag Team Championship are shared among various brands.

Main roster personnel primarily appear on Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown, and NXT, while cruiserweight wrestlers appear on 205 Live and wrestlers from NXT UK appear on their own weekly show, respectively.

Personnel can also appear on WWE's other weekly television programming, as well as pay-per-views, and on untelevised live events.

Personnel in WWE's developmental system are assigned to train at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. UK-based developmental wrestlers train at the UK Performance Center in London, England.

As WWE has partnerships with the US independent promotion Evolve, Scotland's Insane Championship Wrestling, England's Progress Wrestling, and Germany's Westside Xtreme Wrestling, wrestlers from those groups may also make periodic appearances at WWE events and on WWE programming.

Roster

McMahon family

The McMahon family are the principal owners of WWE. In addition to their corporate positions, they also appear on-air as authority figures and wrestlers across all brands.[6]

Ring name Real name Notes
Mr. McMahon[7] Vincent McMahon Chairman of the Board of Directors
Chief Executive Officer
Majority owner
Shane McMahon[8] Shane McMahon Host of Raw Underground
Stephanie McMahon[9] Stephanie Levesque Chief Brand Officer
Member of the Board of Directors
Triple H[10] Paul Levesque Executive Vice President, Global Talent Strategy & Development
Member of the Board of Directors
Executive Producer/Lead Writer of NXT[11]
Hall of Famer

Raw

Male wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Akira Tozawa[12] Akira Tozawa[13]
Aleister Black[14] Tom Budgen[15]
Andrade[16] Manuel Andrade Oropeza[17]
Angel Garza[18] Angel Garza Solano[19]
Angelo Dawkins[20] Gary Gordon[21] Raw Tag Team Champion
Apollo Crews[22] Sesugh Uhaa[23]
Big Show[24] Paul Wight II[25]
Bobby Lashley[26] Franklin Lashley United States Champion
Cedric Alexander[27] Cederick Johnson[28]
Dolph Ziggler[29] Nicholas Nemeth[30]
Dominik Mysterio Dominic Gutiérrez
Drew McIntyre[31] Andrew Galloway IV[32] WWE Champion
Erik[33] Raymond Rowe[34]
Humberto Carrillo[35][36] Humberto Garza Carrillo
Ivar[37] Todd Smith[34] Inactive; neck injury
Jinder Mahal[38] Yuvraj Dhesi[39] Inactive; knee surgery [40]
Keith Lee[41] Keith Lee
Kevin Owens[42] Kevin Steen
Montez Ford[43] Kenneth Crawford[44] Raw Tag Team Champion
Murphy[45] Matthew Adams
Mustafa Ali[46] Adeel Alam[47]
MVP[48] Hassan Hamin Assad
Randy Orton[49] Randal Orton[50]
Rey Mysterio[51] Óscar Gutiérrez
Ricochet[52] Trevor Mann[53]
Riddick Moss[54] Michael Rallis[55]
Robert Roode[56] Robert Roode Jr.[57]
R-Truth[58] Ronnie Killings[59] 24/7 Champion
Samoa Joe[60] Nuufolau Seanoa[61] Color commentator
Seth Rollins[62] Colby Lopez[63]
Shelton Benjamin[64] Shelton Benjamin[65]
Titus O'Neil[66] Thaddeus Bullard Sr.[67]

Female wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Asuka[68] Kanako Urai Raw Women's Champion
Becky Lynch[69] Rebecca Quin[70] Inactive; maternity leave[71]
Bianca Belair[72] Bianca Crawford[73]
Billie Kay[74] Jessica McKay[44]
Charlotte Flair[75] Ashley Fliehr[76] Inactive; surgical procedure[77]
Lana[78] Catherine Perry[79]
Liv Morgan[80] Gionna Daddio[81]
Mandy Rose[82] Amanda Saccomanno[83]
Mickie James[84] Mickie James-Aldis[85]
Natalya[86] Natalie Neidhart-Wilson[87]
Nia Jax[88] Savelina Fanene[89] Women's Tag Team Champion
Peyton Royce[90] Cassandra Arneill[44]
Ruby Riott[91] Dori Prange[92]
Shayna Baszler[93] Shayna Baszler[94] Women's Tag Team Champion[95]
Zelina Vega[96] Thea Trinidad[97]

SmackDown

Male wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
AJ Styles[98] Allen Jones[99]
Big E[100] Ettore Ewen[101]
Bo Dallas[102] Taylor Rotunda[103]
Braun Strowman[104] Adam Scherr[105]
Cesaro[106] Claudio Castagnoli[107] SmackDown Tag Team Champion
Daniel Bryan[108] Bryan Danielson[109]
Drew Gulak[110] Drew Gulak[111] Color commentator on 205 Live
Elias[112] Jeffrey Sciullo Inactive; torn pectoral [113]
"The Fiend" Bray Wyatt[114] Windham Rotunda[115]
Gran Metalik[116] Unknown
Jaxson Ryker[117] Chad Lail[118]
Jeff Hardy[119] Jeffrey Hardy Intercontinental Champion
Jey Uso[120] Joshua Fatu[121]
Jimmy Uso[122] Jonathan Fatu[123] Inactive; knee injury[124]
John Morrison[125] John Hennigan[126]
Kalisto[127] Emanuel Rodriguez
Kane[128] Glenn Jacobs[129] Inactive; on hiatus while serving as mayor of Knox County, Tennessee
King Corbin[130] Thomas Pestock[131]
Kofi Kingston[132] Kofi Sarkodie-Mensah[133] Inactive; rib injury[134]
Lars Sullivan[135] Dylan Miley Inactive; knee injury
Lince Dorado[136] José Cordero
The Miz[137] Michael Mizanin[138]
Matt Riddle[139] Matthew Riddle[140]
Mojo Rawley[141] Dean Muhtadi[142]
Otis[143] Nikola Bogojevic Money in the Bank contract holder
Roman Reigns[144] Leati Joseph Anoa'i[145] Universal Champion
Sami Zayn[146][147] Rami Sebei
Sheamus[148] Stephen Farrelly[149]
Shinsuke Nakamura[150] Shinsuke Nakamura[151][152] SmackDown Tag Team Champion
Shorty G[153] Charles Betts[154]
Steve Cutler[155][156] Steven Kupryk[157][158]
Tucker[159] Levi Cooper
Wesley Blake[160] Cory Weston[161]
Xavier Woods[162] Austin Watson[163] Co-host of Talking Smack

Female wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Alexa Bliss[164] Alexis Kaufman[165]
Bayley[166] Pamela Martinez[167] SmackDown Women's Champion
Carmella[168] Leah Van Dale[169]
Dana Brooke[170] Ashley Sebera[171]
Ember Moon[172] Adrienne Reese[173] Inactive; torn Achilles[174]
Lacey Evans[175] Macey Estrella-Kadlec[176]
Naomi[177] Trinity Fatu[178]
Nikki Cross[179] Nicola Glencross [180]
Sasha Banks[181] Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado[182]
Tamina[183] Sarona Snuka-Polamalu[184]

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Joseph Park[185] Christopher Joseph Parks Statistical analyst of AJ Styles;
Producer
Maryse[186] Maryse Mizanin Manager of The Miz
Occasional wrestler
Inactive; maternity leave
Paul Heyman[187] Paul Heyman[188] Manager of Roman Reigns

NXT

Male wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Adam Cole[189] Austin Jenkins[190]
Arturo Ruas[191] Adrian Jaoude
Ashante Adonis[192] Tehuti Miles
Austin Theory[192] Austin White[193]
Boa[194] Yanbo Wang[195] Inactive; shoulder injury[196]
Bobby Fish[197] Robert Fish[198]
Brendan Vink[199][200] Brendan Vink[201]
Bronson Reed[200] Jermaine Haley[201]
Cameron Grimes[191] Trevor Caddell
Chase Parker[200][202] Jeffrey Parker[203]
Damian Priest[204][36] Luis Martínez North American Champion
Danny Burch[205] Martin Harris[206]
Dexter Lumis[200] Samuel Shaw Inactive; ankle injury[207]
Dominik Dijakovic[208] Christopher Dijak
Drake Maverick[209] James Curtin[210]
Fandango[211] Curtis Hussey[212] NXT Tag Team Champion
Finn Bálor[213] Fergal Devitt[214] NXT Champion
Isaiah "Swerve" Scott[19] Stephon Strickland
Jake Atlas Kenny Marquez
James Drake[215] James Dowell[216] [217]
Joaquin Wilde[218] Michael Paris[219]
Johnny Gargano[220] John Gargano[221]
Karrion Kross[222] Kevin Kesar Inactive; separated shoulder
Killian Dain[223] Damian Mackle[15] [224]
Kona Reeves[225] Noah Pang-Potjes[226] Inactive; torn labrum[227]
Kushida[228][19] Yujiro Kushida
Kyle O'Reilly[229] Kyle Greenwood[230]
Mansoor[231] Mansoor Al-Shehail
Matt Martel[200][202] Matthew Lee[232]
Oney Lorcan[233] Christopher Girard[234]
Pat McAfee Patrick McAfee [235]
Pete Dunne[236] Peter England
Raul Mendoza[237] Raúl Mendoza[238]
Rinku[239] Rinku Rajput
Roderick Strong[240] Christopher Lindsey[15]
Santos Escobar Jorge Alcantar Bolly[241] Interim Cruiserweight Champion
Saurav[242] Saurav Gurjar
Shane Thorne[243] Shane Veryzer[244][176]
Timothy Thatcher[245] Timothy Moura
Tommaso Ciampa[246] Tommaso Whitney[247]
Tyler Breeze[248] Mattias Clement[249] NXT Tag Team Champion[250]
Velveteen Dream[251] Patrick Clark Jr.[252]
Zack Gibson[253] Jack Rea [217]

Female wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Aliyah[254] Nhooph Al-Areebi[255]
Candice LeRae[256] Candice Gargano[257]
Chelsea Green[36] Chelsea Green
Dakota Kai[258] Cheree Crowley[259]
Indi Hartwell[260] Samantha De Martin
Io Shirai[261] Masami Odate NXT Women's Champion
Jessamyn Duke[262] Jessamyn Duke[263]
Jessi Kamea[191] Jessica Elaban
Kacy Catanzaro[264] Kacy Catanzaro
Kayden Carter[261] Allyssa Lane
Marina Shafir[262] Marina Shafir[263]
Mercedes Martinez Jasmin Benítez
Mia Yim[265] Stephanie Bell[266]
Raquel González[267] Victoria Gonzalez[15]
Rhea Ripley[268] Demi Bennett[269]
Santana Garrett[270][271] Santana Garrett
Scarlett[272] Elizabeth Chihaia Manager of Karrion Kross
Shotzi Blackheart[260] Ashley Urbanski
Tegan Nox[273] Steffanie Newell[259]
Vanessa Borne[274] Danielle Kamela[176]
Xia Li[275] Zhao Xia[276]

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Malcolm Bivens[277] Stokely Hathaway Manager of Indus Sher
Robert Stone[278] Robert Strauss[279] Manager of Aliyah and Mercedes Martinez
William Regal[280] Darren Matthews[281] General Manager of NXT and 205 Live[282]
Producer
Talent scout
Director of Talent Development[283]
Head of Global Recruiting[283]

NXT UK

Note: NXT UK and 205 Live - while distinct brands - are also considered part of NXT, thus wrestlers may appear on all three brands.[284]

Male wrestlers

Gallus – Mark Coffey (left) and Wolfgang (right)
Ring name Real name Notes
A-Kid[285] Carlos Ruiz[286]
Alexander Wolfe[287] Axel Tischer[44]
Amir Jordan[215] Bilal Ansari[288]
Ashton Smith[289] Ashton Smith[290]
Dave Mastiff[291] David Minton[292]
Eddie Dennis[215] Eddie Dennis[293]
Fabian Aichner[294] Fabian Aichner[295] [296]
Flash Morgan Webster[297] Gavin Watkins[298]
Ilja Dragunov[299] Ilja Rukober
Joe Coffey[300] Joseph Coffey Inactive; suspended[301]
Jordan Devlin[302] Jordan Devlin[303] NXT Cruiserweight Champion
Joseph Conners[215] Joseph Buckton
Kenny Williams[215] Alan Niddrie
Lewis Howley[304] Unknown
Marcel Barthel[305] Marcel Barthel [296]
Mark Andrews[306] Mark Andrews
Mark Coffey[307] Mark Coffey NXT UK Tag Team Champion
Noam Dar[308] Noam Dar[309] ICW World Heavyweight Champion
Oliver Carter[310] Oliver Sauter
Primate[310] Jay Melrose
Ridge Holland[191] Luke Menzies
Sam Gradwell[311] Samuel Gradwell[312]
Sam Stoker[304] Unknown
Saxon Huxley[313] Ross Cooke[314]
Trent Seven[315] Benjamin Webb
Tyler Bate[316] Tyler Bate
Tyson T-Bone[215] Thomas Clifford[317]
Walter[318] Walter Hahn[319] NXT United Kingdom Champion
Wild Boar[320] Michael Hitchman[321]
Wolfgang[322] Barry Young NXT UK Tag Team Champion

Female wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Amale Amale Winchester
Aoife Valkyrie[323] Aoife Cusack[324]
Dani Luna[304] Chloe Smyth
Isla Dawn[325] Courtney Stewart[326]
Jinny[327] Jinny Sandhú Progress Women's World Champion
Kay Lee Ray[310] Kayleigh Rae NXT UK Women's Champion
Nina Samuels[328] Samantha Allen[329]
Piper Niven[330] Kimberly Benson[331]
Toni Storm[332] Toni Rossall
Xia Brookside[333] Xia Henderson

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Johnny Saint[334] John Miller General Manager of NXT UK[335]
Sid Scala[336] Unknown Assistant to the General Manager of NXT UK
Occasional wrestler

205 Live

Male wrestlers

Note: 205 Live and NXT UK - while distinct brands - are also considered part of NXT, thus wrestlers may appear on all three brands.[337][284]

Ring name Real name Notes
Ariya Daivari[338] Ariya Daivari
The Brian Kendrick[339] Brian Kendrick[340]
Samir Singh[341] Harvinder Sihra
Sunil Singh[342] Gurvinder Sihra
Tony Nese[343] Anthony Nese[344]

Unassigned wrestlers

This lists wrestlers whose contract statuses are unknown, wrestlers who make limited appearances across all brands, newly-signed wrestlers who are awaiting brand assignment, or undrafted wrestlers awaiting brand assignment. Certain unassigned wrestlers are billed by WWE as "free agents."

Ring name Real name Notes
Edge[345] Adam Copeland Inactive, torn triceps
Hall of Famer[346]
Goldberg[347] William Goldberg[348] Hall of Famer
John Cena[349] John Cena Jr.
Ronda Rousey[350] Ronda Rousey[351] Inactive; hand injury
Sonya Deville[352] Daria Berenato[353]

Performance Center trainees

US Performance Center trainees

Male wrestlers
Ring name Real name Notes
Anthony Francis Anthony Francis
Anthony Greene[354] Unknown
Big Jordan[355] Jordan Omogbehin[36] [356] Bouncer of Raw Underground
Cal Bloom[278] Cal Bloom
Curt Stallion[357] Camron Rodgers
Dabba-Kato[358] Babatunde Aiyegbusi[176]
Daniel Vidot[359][36] Daniel Vidot
Desmond Troy[261] Denzel Dejournette
Dio Maddin[360] Brennan Williams[361] [362]
EJ Nduka[192] Ezekwesiri Nduka Jr.
Jeet Rama[363] Satender Dagar[364]
Joe Gacy[365] Unknown
Josh Briggs[357] Josh Bruns
Leon Ruff[366] Unknown
Omari Palmer[200] Omari Palmer
Rik Bugez[191] Eric Bugenhagen
Sidney Bateman Sidney Bateman
Zechariah Smith Zechariah Smith
Female wrestlers
Ring name Real name Notes
Brandi Lauren[357] Brandi Lauren
Briana Brandy Briana Brandy[192]
Catalina Garcia Catalina Garcia[192] [367]
Emily Andzulis Emily Andzulis
Karen Q[200][202] Karen Yu[368] Inactive; leg injury[369]
Kavita Devi[370] Kavita Dalal[371] Inactive; torn ACL[372]
Rita Reis Rita Reis[192]
Sareee[373] Sari Fujimura Yet to report
Simone Johnson[374] Simone Johnson

UK Performance Center trainees

Male wrestlers
Ring name Real name Notes
Jack Starz[375] Unknown
Levi Muir[304] Unknown
Female wrestlers
Ring name Real name Notes
Candy Floss[304] Amy Samardzija[376]

Referees

Ring name Real name Brand
Aja Smith Aja Smith NXT
Chad Patton[377] Chad Patton Raw
Senior referee
Charles Robinson[378] Charles Robinson SmackDown
Senior referee
Chris Sharpe[379] Chris Sharpe NXT
NXT UK
D.A. Brewer[380] Antrone Brewer[381] NXT
Dan Engler[382] Daniel Engler SmackDown
Danilo Anfibio[383] Danilo Anfibio SmackDown
Darrick Moore[384] Darrick Moore Raw
Darryl Sharma[385] Darryl Sharma NXT
NXT UK
Drake Wuertz[386] Drake Wuertz NXT
NXT UK
Senior referee
Eddie Orengo[387] Eddie Orengo Raw
Jake Clemons[357] Jake Clemons NXT
Jason Ayers[388] Jason Ayers SmackDown
Jessika Carr[389][390] Jessika Heiser[391] SmackDown
John Cone[392] John Cone[393] Raw
Senior referee
Rod "Spider" Zapata[394] Robert Vista Raw
Raw Underground
Ryan Tran[395] Brian Nguyen SmackDown
Shawn Bennett[396] Matthew Bennett Raw
Stephon Smith[260] Stephon Smith NXT
Tom Castor[397] Thomas Castor NXT
Tom Scarborough[385] Thomas Scarborough NXT UK

Broadcast team

The following section pertains to announcers who cover WWE broadcasts. This group includes presenters, ringside commentators, ring announcers, backstage interviewers, pre-show hosts and analysts.

Ring name Real name Notes
Alicia Taylor[398] Alicia Warrington[399] Ring announcer on NXT
Backstage interviewer
Alyse Ashton Alyse Zwick Backstage interviewer[400]
Andy Shepherd[401] Andrew Shepherd Play-by-play commentator on NXT UK[402]
Beth Phoenix[403] Elizabeth Copeland Commentator on NXT[404]
Hall of Famer[405][406]
Byron Saxton[407] Bryan Kelly[408] Commentator on Raw, Main Event and pay-per-views
Carlos Cabrera[409] Carlos Cabrera Spanish-language lead commentator on Raw, SmackDown and pay-per-views
Co-host of WWE en Español
Carsten Schaefer[410] Carsten Schaefer German-language lead commentator on pay-per-views
Charly Caruso[411] Charly Arnolt[412] Backstage interviewer on Raw
Host of Marquee Matches
Co-host of This Week in WWE
Narrator for WWE Music Power 10
Christophe Agius[413] Christophe Agius French-language commentator on Raw and SmackDown
Corey Graves[414] Matthew Polinsky[415] Commentator on SmackDown and pay-per-views[406]
Co-host of Experience
Dan Vollmayer Dan Vollmayer Co-host of The Bump[416]
David Otunga[417] David Otunga Sr.[418] Pre-show analyst for pay-per-views
Occasional wrestler
Dennis Arnell[419] Dennis McCamery[420] Announcer
Backstage interviewer
Evan T. Mack Evan Mack Co-host of The Bump[416]
Faisal Almughaisib Faisal Almughaisib Arabic-language commentator on pay-per-views[421]
Francesca Brown Francesca Brown Ring announcer on NXT UK
Funaki[422] Shoichi Funaki[423] Japanese-language color commentator on pay-per-views
Japanese-language host of This Week in WWE
Greg Hamilton[424] Greg Hutson[425] Ring announcer on SmackDown
Holger Boschen[426] Holger Boschen German-language commentator on pay-per-views
Jerry Lawler[427] Jerry Lawler[428] Commentator for Raw and pay-per-views[406]
Hall of Famer[429]
Jimena Sánchez[430] Jimena Sánchez Co-host of WWE Saturday Night
JoJo[431] Joseann Offerman[432] Ring announcer
Inactive; maternity leave
Jonathan Coachman[433] Jonathan Coachman[434] Host of pay-per-view pre-shows
Jude Aldajani Jude Aldajani Arabic-language commentator on pay-per-views[421]
Kayla Braxton[435] Kayla Becker[436] Backstage interviewer on SmackDown
Co-host of Talking Smack
Co-host of The Bump[416]
Madonna Tixeira[437] Madonna Tixeira Co-host of WWE Sunday Dhamaal[437]
Marcelo Rodríguez[438] Marcelo Rodríguez Laprea Spanish-language color commentator on Raw, SmackDown and pay-per-views
Co-host of WWE en Español
Marco Alfaro[439] Marco Alfaro Portuguese-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Matt Camp[440] Matt Camp Co-host of The Bump[416]
McKenzie Mitchell[440] McKenzie Mitchell Co-host of The Bump[416]
Backstage interviewer on NXT
Meng Ai[439] Meng Ai Mandarin-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Michael Cole[441] Sean Coulthard[442] Vice President of Announcing[443]
Play-by-play commentator on SmackDown and pay-per-views[406]
Mike Rome[444] Austin Romero[445] Ring announcer on Raw
Moein Al Bastaki[446] Moein Al Bastaki Co-host of Wal3ooha[446]
Moti Margolin[439] Moti Margolin Russian-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Nathalie Mamo[446] Nathalie Mamo Co-host of Wal3ooha[446]
Arabic-language host of WWE Now
Nigel McGuinness Steven Haworth Commontator on NXT UK
Obaid Kadwani[439] Obaid Kadwani Hindi-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Peter Rosenberg[447] Peter Rosenberg Pre-show analyst for pay-per-views
Host of Superstar Superfan
Philippe Chéreau[413] Philippe Chéreau French-language commentator on Raw and SmackDown
Quetzalli Bulnes Quetzalli Bulnes Host of WWE Ahora[448]
Radzi Chinyanganya Radzi Chinyanganya Backstage interviewer[449]
Raymond Rougeau Raymond Rougeau French-language commentator on pay-per-views[450]
Rob Schamberger[451] Rob Schamberger Host of Canvas 2 Canvas
Roberto Figueroa[439] Roberto Figueroa Portuguese-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Ryan Pappolla[452] Ryan Pappolla Co-host of WWE Now
Co-host of The Bump[416]
Salil Acharya[437] Salil Acharya Co-host of WWE Sunday Dhamaal[437]
Sam Roberts Samuel Roberts Pre-show analyst for pay-per-views[453] and occasional commentator on Main Event[454]
Sarah Schreiber[455] Sarah Schreiber[456] Backstage interviewer
Scott Stanford[457] Scott Stanford[458] Host of Bottom Line
Co-host of Afterburn, Free for All, and This Week in WWE
Narrator for Ride Along
Sean Deng[439] Sean Deng Mandarin-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Sebastian Hackl[459] Sebastian Hackl German-language commentator on pay-per-views
She Sardar[439] She Sardar Hindi-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Shun Yamaguchi[439] Shun Yamaguchi Japanese-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Sultan Alharbi[439] Sultan Alharbi Arabic-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]
Tom Phillips[460] Thomas Hannifan Play-by-play commentator on Raw, Main Event and pay-per-views
Narrator for Power Rankings
Vero Rodríguez[430][461] Verónica Rodríguez Co-host of WWE Saturday Night
Vic Joseph[462] Victor Travagliante[463] Play-by-play commentator on NXT and 205 Live
Narrator for List This!
Wade Barrett[464] Stuart Bennett Commentator on NXT
Zhan Pomerantsev[439] Zhan Pomerantsev Russian-language commentator on pay-per-views[439]

Off-screen personnel

Ambassadors

Select former or retired WWE wrestlers not currently on the main roster (sometimes billed as "WWE Legends") and other celebrities and personalities have contracts to make periodic appearances—either on WWE TV or for promotional events—serving as "ambassadors" (public representatives/spokespeople) for the company.

Ring name Real name Notes
Bob Backlund[465] Robert Backlund[466] Hall of Famer[467]
Booker T[468] Robert Huffman[469] Hall of Famer
Brie Bella[470] Brianna Danielson[471] Hall of Famer-designate[472]
Christian[473] William Reso
Eve Torres[474] Eve Gracie[475] [467]
John "Bradshaw" Layfield[476] John Layfield[477] Hall of Famer-designate[478]
Maria Menounos[479] Maria Menounos[480] [481]
Nikki Bella[482] Stephanie Garcia-Colace[483] Hall of Famer-designate[472]
Paige[484] Saraya-Jade Bevis
Ric Flair[485] Richard Fliehr[486] Hall of Famer[487]
Ricky Steamboat[488] Richard Blood Sr.[489] Hall of Famer[467]
Sgt. Slaughter[490] Robert Remus[491] Hall of Famer[467]
Superstar Billy Graham[492] Eldridge Coleman[493] Hall of Famer[494]
Tatanka[495] Chris Chavis[496] [497]
Tatsumi Fujinami[498] Tatsumi Fujinami[499] Hall of Famer[500]
The Undertaker[501] Mark Calaway

Backstage personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
AJ Patterson[502] AJ Patterson Lighting technician
Chris Amann[502] Christopher Amann Senior ringside physician
Ciro Scotto-D'Antuono[502] Ciro Scotto-D'Antuono Chief pyrotechnician
Dustin Wallace[503] Dustin Wallace Coordinating road producer
Ellis Edwards[502] Ellis Edwards Stunt coordinator
Gabe Sapolsky Gabriel Sapolsky Consultant[504]
James McEvoy[505] James McEvoy International digital and sponsorship director
Jennifer Hagopian[506] Jennifer Hagopian Catering crew chief[502]
Jet Prickett[502] Jet Prickett Stage manager
Julie Youngberg Julie Youngberg Seamstress[507]
Lex Luger[508] Lawrence Pfohl Wellness counselor[509]
Mika Rotunda[510] Mika Rotunda Production assistant
Mikaze Sarath Ton Tailor[511]
Nicholas Daw[502] Nicholas Daw Ring Manager
Stephen Daquino Stephen Daquino Ringside physician[512][513][514]
Tom Stewart[502] Thomas Stewart Camera operator
Tony Chimel[515] Anthony Chimel[516] Ring crew chief
Occasional ring announcer

Creative team

Ring name Real name Notes
Andrea Listenberger Andrea Listenberger Writer for SmackDown[517]
Bruce Prichard[518] Bruce Prichard Executive Director of Raw and Smackdown[519]
Dana Warrior[520] Dana Warrior [521][522]
Dewey Foley[523][524] Dewey Foley Creative assistant
Ed Koskey[525] Edward Koskey Lead writer for SmackDown[517]
Jonathan Baeckstrom Jonathan Baeckstrom Lead writer for Raw[517]
Ranjin Singh[526] David Kapoor[527] Senior VP of Creative[528]
Road Dogg[529] Brian James[530] Writer/Producer for NXT[11]
Hall of Famer
Ryan Ward[525] Ryan Ward Writer for SmackDown
Shawn Michaels[531] Michael Hickenbottom Writer/Producer for NXT[11]
Hall of Famer

Music department

Name Notes
Neil Lawi[532] Senior VP/GM of WWE Music Group

Producers

Ring name Real name Notes
Adam Pearce[533] Adam Pearce[534]
D-Von Dudley[535] Devon Hughes[536] Hall of Famer
Glen Joseph[537] Glen Robinson Producer for NXT UK
James Long James Long [538]
Jamie Noble[539] James Gibson[540]
Jason Jordan Nathan Everhart
Jeff Jarrett Jeffrey Jarrett Hall of Famer[541]
Jeremy Borash[542] Jeremy Borash[543]
Jim Smallman[544] James Smallman Producer for NXT UK
John Gaburick[545] John Gaburick
John Laurinaitis[546] John Laurinaitis[547]
Mark Henry[548] Mark Henry[549] Hall of Famer
Michael Hayes[550] Michael Seitz[551] Senior producer
Hall of Famer
Pat Buck Pat Buck [552]
Pat Patterson[553] Pat Patterson[554] Hall of Famer
Sonjay Dutt[185] Retesh Bhalla
Steve Corino Steven Corino [555]
Sylvain Grenier Sylvain Grenier [556]
Tyson Kidd[557] Theodore Wilson[558][559]

Performance Center staff

Ring name Real name Notes
Brian Duncan[560][561] Brian Duncan Head athletic trainer
Canyon Ceman[562] Canyon Ceman Senior Vice President of Talent Development
David Bailey[563] David Bailey General Manager of the WWE Performance Center
Johnny Moss[564] John Mossop[565] Trainer/Assistant Coach
Matt Bloom[564] Matthew Bloom Head Coach
Vice President of Talent Development
Norman Smiley[564] Norman Smiley Trainer/Assistant Coach
Robbie Brookside[564] Robert Brooks Trainer/Assistant Coach
Ryan Katz[566] Ryan Katz Associate producer
Promo trainer
Sara Amato[567] Sara Amato[568] Assistant Head Coach[569]
Scott Garland[564] Scott Garland Trainer/Assistant Coach
Sean Hayes[564] Sean Hayes Strength and conditioning coach
Tanner Robinson[570] Tanner Robinson Assistant strength and conditioning coach
Tara Halaby[560][561] Tara Halaby Athletic trainer
Physical therapist
Terry Taylor[564] Paul Taylor III Trainer/Assistant Coach

WWE Corporate staff

Board of Directors and executive officers

Name Notes
Basil DeVito[571] Senior Advisor of Business Strategy
Member of the Board of Directors
Minority owner
Brian Flinn Chief marketing officer
Chief communications officer[572]
David Kenin[573] Member of the Board of Directors
Frank Riddick III[574] Member of the Board of Directors
Jeffrey Speed[575] Member of the Board of Directors
John Brody[576] Executive Vice President, Global Sales & Partnerships
Senior Vice President, International[577]
Joseph Perkins[578] Member of the Board of Directors
Kevin Dunn[579] Member of the Board of Directors[580]
Executive Vice President, Television Production
Kristina Salen Chief Financial Officer
Laura Brevetti[581] Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Laureen Ong[582] Member of the Board of Directors
Lauren Dienes-Middlen[583] General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Intellectual Property
Patricia Gottesman[584] Member of the Board of Directors
Rajan Mehta[585] Chief technology officer
Stuart Goldfarb[586] Member of the Board of Directors

Senior management

Name Notes
Barry McMullin[587] Senior Vice President, Sales and Partnership Marketing
Emilio Revelo[588] Director, Content Media Distribution International
Henry Jacob[589] Senior Manager, International Communications – London, England
Joey Villa[589] Senior Publicist Manager
Lance McConomy[588] Senior Director of Broadcast Operations
Michael Weitzschnitz[589] Senior Vice President, Investor Relations and Financial Planning
Monty Sarhan[590] Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Patrick Talty[591] Senior Vice President, Live Events
Sarah Cummins Senior Vice President, Consumer Products[592]
Shane Davis[593] Coordinator, Community Relations
Sheetesh Srivastava[594] Vice President and General Manager – India
Tara Carraro[589] Vice President, Corporate Communications

See also

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