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Nick Khan ushers in WWE's 'Renaissance Era' with support from Cody Rhodes

Will is off this week, but he wanted to share some of his favorite conversations from the launch of The 'Will Cain Show.' The Rock and WWE CEO Nick Khan joined Will from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

For about three nights a week and sometimes on the weekends, WWE has eyeballs glued to the screen to see what’s going to happen next on RAW, SmackDown and NXT.

If Cody Rhodes’ loss to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39 and the returns of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and CM Punk over the last 12 months were any indication, anything could happen in the world's No. 1 pro wrestling promotion.

A lot of it has to do with a leader most pro wrestling fans won’t get to see on screen unless they flip to a business channel on TV. The man has helped steer the ship to viewership growth with key demographics on the company’s flagship shows "Friday Night SmackDown" and "Monday Night Raw" and its developmental brand "NXT."


WWE President Nick Khan arrives at the red carpet before the 2023 ESPYS at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles July 12, 2023. (Kirby Lee/USA Today Sports)

The credit goes to Nick Khan.

Khan is an outsider when it comes to pro wrestling. He was a high-ranking executive at Creative Artists Agency before joining WWE leadership. And he was named president of WWE after the company closed its $21 billion merger with UFC.

Rhodes was among those who praised Khan.

"I grew up in the industry, so I’m privy to any time an executive from the outside world — I don’t mean this in a negative connotation — a civilian, a non-wrestler steps into the world of wrestling and sports entertainment," Rhodes told Fox News Digital in a recent interview. "If you look at Jim Hurd in the '90s,