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WWE Producer Pat Buck quit the company after WrestleMania

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Pat Buckridge, better known as Pat Buck, is no longer working for WWE.

Pwinsider.com reported that Buckridge officially resigned from the company this afternoon after telling the company he was leaving. The word going around WWE is the reason he wanted to leave is due to him achieving his goals of producing main events on the biggest show of the year, WrestleMania, and wanting to refocus his energies on his family. He felt he couldn’t consistently do that due to the busy WWE schedule.

He produced several top matches at WrestleMania 38 including Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar in a title unification bout as well as Ronda Rousey vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair.

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In addition to being a Producer, he worked in Talent Relations and had been the liaison between the company and independent talents that were booked as extras. He had also been scouting new potential signings.

Buckridge operates the Create-A-Pro Wrestling Academies in New Jersey and Long Island with former WWE star Brian Myers. He also owns WrestlePro in New Jersey. In 2019, he signed with WWE after having a long run on the indies including a run in Ohio Valley Wrestling when it was a WWE developmental territory.