Road Dogg Resigns From Role As Co-Head Writer Of SmackDown Live

Former WWE Superstar Brian “Road Dogg” James went into the WWE Hall of Fame over the weekend as a member of De-Generation X, but it looks like the celebration is over. James had been working as the co-head writer for SmackDown Live, however that appears to no longer be the case.

According to a report from PWInsider, James resigned from his position as head writer for SmackDown Live last night.

Road Dogg has since commented on his decision, as he posted a tweet earlier this morning to his official Twitter account in reference to his decision to step down as lead writer for SDLive. James wrote:

“Today I pray that I can relax and breath thru every step I take and every task I take on. Too often I’m a bundle of nerves and anxiety, like a duck on a pond; underneath the water it’s feet are going 90 mph! #HOPE #FAITH #OUDK”

You can see Road Dogg’s tweet below.

Road Dogg had been working as the co-head writer for SmackDown along with Stephen Guerrieri. The two are said to have split the workload together, however James was the one who spent the most time on the road touring with the company.

We will keep you updated as we hear more about Road Dog Brian James resigning as lead writing for SmackDown Live.

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