Earl Hebner says working for WWE feels like being in a prison

Earl Hebner is one of the most famous officials of the wrestling industry and he originally made his name in the business during his stint with WWE from 1988 to 2005.



Hebner recently had an interview with WrestlingInc where he talked about things like being part of the infamous Montreal Screwjob and more.

While talking about his experience of working for WWE, the wrestling official compared it to his current employer in AEW, saying that being in WWE felt like being in a prison

“It doesn’t feel like you’re in prison here, You’ve got more leeway and it’s more relaxing. It felt like you were in a prisoner in WWE but not in AEW. This is just a more laid back company and at my age, this is great for me.”

Apart from this, Earl Hebner revealed that he doesn’t watch WWE product anymore and claimed that being part of the Montreal Screwjob was a career highlight for him because it helped him make a name in professional wrestling.

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