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WWE Could Debut New Title At Survivor Series 2019, Earl Hebner Says WWE Feels Like A Prison

• ON THIS DAY IN ECW HISTORY (November 22, 1997) – ECW Hardcore TV

On this day in 1997, Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘ECW Hardcore TV’.

You can find the card below:

The Sandman Destroys Rob Van Dam & Sabu

Promo By Shane Douglas & Francine

D-Von Dudley vs. Tracey Smothers vs. Axl Rotten vs. John Kronus

Promo By The Sandman

Promo By Shane Douglas

Promo By Bam Bam Bigelow

Promo By Chris Candido

Promo By Tommy Dreamer

Promo By Beulah

• Earl Hebner Says WWE Feels Like A Prison

During a recent interview with Wrestlinginc, legendary WWF referee Earl Hebner (who now works for AEW) was asked about the difference he has felt between WWE & AEW.

Below is what Hebner said:

“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.”

• WWE Could Debut New Title At Survivor Series 2019

WrestleVotes recently reported that WWE has two new Titles (re-designs) ready to debut.

One of them was the blue Universal Championship, which debuted on last week’s SmackDown.

According to Brad Shepard, the other new Title re-design could debut this Sunday at Survivor Series 2019:

“According to a source in WWE, the company was considering debuting one of its two new championship belts as early as this weekend. I’m told it needed Vince’s final approval so it wasn’t a sure thing but I thought I’d at least mention it. #SurvivorSeries”

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