Stephanie McMahon Changes Title, Jericho Shops At Wal-Mart?, More Cost-Cutting

Submitted by Daniel Pena on November 28, 2008 - 1:17pm
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-- Stephanie McMahon's official title in WWE has been changed. In her bio on the WWE Corporate site, it previously read "Executive Vice President, Creative Writing, Talent Relations & Live Events." The title now reads "Executive Vice President, Creative Development & Operations." Her executive bio reads as follows: "Stephanie McMahon Levesque is WWE's Executive Vice President, Creative Development & Operations. She is responsible for overseeing the creative process for all television and pay-per-view programming as well as directing and producing at WWE televised events. In addition, she oversees all aspects of talent management and branding. Her prior position was Senior Vice President, Creative Writing." {Executive Team Bios - Stephanie McMahon Levesque}

-- KnoxNews.com has an interview with Chris Jericho. The former WWE World Heavywight Champion commented on the time he spent in Morristown, Tennessee while working for Smoky Mountain Wrestling in the mid-nineties. "I'd go to the 24-hour Wal-Mart in Morristown," Jericho said on trying to have fun in the small town. "I'd go to the Sizzler, and I went to a lot of movies. Thank goodness for Morristown's movie theater." Jericho also talks about needing a break from WWE for a while and trying out other things. {Morrow: WWE star Chris Jericho muscled his way out of Morristown}

-- A number of low-end WWE wrestlers have trouble getting spots on house shows as it is. Well, it's going to get even harder for them as there has been talk of cutting down the number of wrestlers working house shows in yet another cost-cutting measure, reports the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The Pro Wrestling NOAH promotion out of Japan made a similar decision a few weeks ago.

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