Brian Hebner is moving on from the National Wrestling Alliance.
Referee Brian Hebner took to social media to announce his time with the NWA has come to an end. Hebner had been with the company since NWA 70th Anniversary in October 2018.
He posted the following messages on Twitter, thanking NWA President Billy Corgan and NWA World Champion Nick Aldis for believing in him.
Want to thank @nwa and @Billy for a great few years of nothing but a great professional experience. I learned & grew so much as my job extended more than just refereeing. Want to REALLY thank @RealNickAldis who has never not believed in me and my abilities. Time to move on --#123— Brian Hebner (@babyhebner) January 3, 2021
Thank you to all you great wresting fans and just supporters of are sport. I will move on from @nwa and push forward. Find ways to do what I do and make a stamp. Thank you guys so much. -- #123— Brian Hebner (@babyhebner) January 4, 2021
Hebner previously worked for WWE and IMPACT Wrestling.
NWA has been on hiatus since the pandemic, though Aldis has said that Powerrr will return in 2021.