Road Dogg’s New Role At The Performance Center Reportedly Takes Away Job From Well Known Indy Name

It had been reported a few months back that Road Dogg had stepped down from his role as co-head writer for SmackDown Live, and eventually it was announced that he would be working with NXT at the Performance Center instead. With Road Dogg coming into the mix there was bound to be some changes, and apparently his arrival has shaken up some roles at the PC.

In the latest issue of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter it was noted that with Road Dogg’s addition to the Performance Center has apparently taken a job away from Chikara’s Mike Quackenbush. It was said that Quackenbush had previously been running the character development classes at the WWE Performance Center, and that he had also been working closely with Alex Bliss in the past.

The report added that all of the students who had been assigned to Quackenbush have since been given to Road Dogg for their character development classes. It was also said that this is part of the duties that fall under Road Dogg’s new full-time position at the Performance Center.

We will keep you updated if we hear anything more about shakeups at the Performance Center, or WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg.

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