This week, it was announced that WWE has hired writer Rob Fee to be their Director of Longtime Creative. An unexpected name, MJF, has taken to Twitter to congratulate him on the job. After hearing the news, the three-time Dynamite Diamond ring winner went on Twitter and said, “@robfee is salt of the earth.” This shows that he agrees with the company’s latest decision.
Fee has written for a number of Disney TV shows and for Marvel comics featuring characters like Daredevil, Spider-Man, and The Avengers. He is also connected to WWE because Fee pitched a horror movie about Bray Wyatt’s “Fiend” character, but it was never made.
Fee reportedly started working full-time at this job in October, but his first job with the company was to put together the White Rabbit storyline. This has led to a series of hints on “WWE Raw” and “WWE SmackDown” that have gone online and gone viral. These hints point to a new talent making their debut, which is expected to happen this Saturday at WWE’s Extreme Rules.
When it comes to MJF, he hasn’t been shy about weighing in on WWE-related events, whether it was to praise a performance or to talk with people like Baron Corbin and Sheamus on social media. All of this has led to MJF being open to joining WWE when his contract ends on January 1, 2024. This has to do with someone getting a long-term creative role, which would be focused on the future. MJF has made it clear that he will sign with the promotion that pays him the most, whether it’s AEW or WWE. The only one he has said no to is New Japan Pro Wrestling.