It was announced last year that Endeavor was set to acquire WWE and the company has gone through a lot of changes since the TKO merger took place back in September. A number of WWE departures have been reported over the last few months and now it seems that two more names are gone.

PWInsider is reporting that Michael Levin, WWE’s Vice President of International Events and General Manager of Emerging Markets, parted ways with the company over the past few days. Levin had been working out of WWE’s office in London, but it’s being said that his position was phased out due to the TKO merger.

Michael Levin first started with WWE in 2016 as the VP of International. He went on to become VP of International Events in 2019. Back in 2020, Levin was promoted to GM Emerging Markets and VP, International Live Events.

Last weekend Levin was in attendance for the WWE Backlash premium live event in France and he had recently been touting the show’s success on his Linkedin profile.

Fightful Select is also reporting that Steve Rubin is no longer with WWE. Rubin was the Senior Director, TV Event Relations at WWE and had been with the company for 26 years. It was noted that he originally started out as a production assistant and worked his way up.

Stay tuned for more updates on WWE departures as they become available.