William Regal, who was the on-screen NXT General Manager and worked behind the scenes as Director Of Talent Development and Head Of Global Recruiting is one of several names to be let go from their contracts with the company today.

In addition to Regal being released from his role with the company, the following names were also let go today:

— WWE Hall of Famer Brian James (aka Road Dogg) who had been working as a producer since 2014.

— Referee Scott Armstrong, brother of WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg, who had been working as a producer.

— George Carroll, who had been with the company since 2020 as a producer and writer, having previously held different roles for Major League Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling in America.

— Chris Guy (aka Ace Steel) who had been working as a producer as well as working as a WWE Performance Center coach.

— Dave Kapoor (aka Ranjin Singh), a former Senior Vice President Of Creative for WWE who had moved to Florida last year in order to work on a full-time basis for the NXT brand.

— Ryan Katz, who had been with the WWE NXT brand for several years and was involved in a lot of creative character development and vignettes.

— Sarah Cummins, who had been with the company since 2018 and held the role of Senior Vice President, Consumer Products.

WWE issued a statement on the releases stating, “With the continued evolution of NXT 2.0, we’ve decided to part ways with some of the staff based in our Performance Center. We thank them for their many contributions throughout the years and wish them the best.”