WWE Promotes Michelle Wilson and George Barrios to Co-Presidents




Long-time WWE executives Michelle Wilson and George Barrios continue to climb the corporate ladder as the company stock price rises.

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Via WWE Press:

STAMFORD, Conn., February 8, 2018 – In recognition of their contributions to four years of record revenues and the successful transformation to a multiplatform business model, WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon announced today that George Barrios and Michelle Wilson have been promoted to Co-Presidents and appointed to WWE’s Board of Directors. Barrios and Wilson will continue to report directly to McMahon.

“The successful transformation of our business model has put us in a position to capitalize on all that the changing global media landscape has to offer,” said WWE Chairman & CEO, Vince McMahon. “I am confident that our executive management team, led by Michelle and George, will achieve continued success across key strategic initiatives and ensure our long-term growth.”


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One thought on “WWE Promotes Michelle Wilson and George Barrios to Co-Presidents

  • February 8, 2018 at 11:49 pm
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    Change is afoot , it’s beyond the frame of XFL ; WWE finally realizes they need to shift them gears and prepare for business after VKM vs business as usual.

    But honestly I have slim expectations for creative / booking change . Whats curious is all this transition is happening just as TV rights are coming back to the bargaining tables.

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