Kevin Dunn is still with WWE despite not being present at Survivor Series 2022, reports Fightful Select.
There is no word on why, exactly, WWE's longstanding Executive Vice President of Television Production wasn't in his usual role at the 26 November premium live event. Nonetheless, Dunn is still with the promotion - and Fightful hasn't heard of any plans for him to leave anytime soon.
Dunn's future has been the subject of constant speculation since July, when Vince McMahon was forced to resign from his position as WWE Chairman and CEO in disgrace, doing so amidst revelations that he'd paid tens of millions of dollars to suppress allegations of sexual misconduct. Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan stepped up as co-CEOs, with Paul 'Triple H' Levesque returning to his old Executive Vice President position, becoming head of creative at the same time. This shakeup raised questions about Dunn's status, though he has remained with the promotion.
PWInsider vehemently shot down talk that Dunn had left WWE in September, calling the rumours "100,000% incorrect."
A decades-long WWE employee, Dunn is a divisive figure not only for his cut-heavy production style, but his conduct as well. Former WWE star Jon Moxley's comments on him are particularly enlightening.