EC3: Kevin Dunn Lives In The Production Truck And Changes The Camera 97 Times In 30 Seconds

The Narrative is different than anything you've probably seen in wrestling, and is something that probably has to be seen rather than explained.

EC3's Free The Narrative event takes place May 27 at, and features talent across numerous promotions. From a guy who has appeared for WWE, NXT, ROH, IMPACT and various other companies, he has some advice to those making a name for themselves.

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"Little tip to up and coming wrestlers, if you want to look good on camera. Make sure you know all the people’s names that film you and be very cool to them and they will make sure you look great. If you don’t, you know what? You care about getting your stupid shit in, that’s fine, too. But, you’re gonna look like shit. But, no worries," said EC3.

In WWE, that's easier said than done. According to EC3, Kevin Dunn, Executive Producer & Chief, Global Television Distribution, isn't usually accessible to talent. EC3 expanded on his lack of relationship with Dunn across his two WWE runs.

"No. Never. He was Oz. He was in the back. He hid. I don’t think a lot of people even at the top level—they probably have a personal relationship from being there for a long time, but he’s never come down, dictating shots and things like that. There’s just people around him. He lives in the truck. I guess that’s cool. He changes the camera ninety-seven times within thirty seconds," EC3 said.

Free The Narrative takes place Thursday, May 27 and is available for two-day rental at Save 20 percent on the show with "FREEFIGHTFUL" as your code to see the Cardona vs. EC3 match, in addition to Moose, and other talent from NWA, MLW, AEW, IMPACT and several that have appeared at recent WWE tryouts.

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