Report: Camera Shaking & Cuts To Remain A Part Of WWE TV Even After Kevin Dunn Leaves
Not just a Kevin Dunn problem in WWE
One of the most infamous aspects of WWE TV over the past several years has been the incessant camera cuts and shaking during the company's programming, with it often being difficult to work out what is happening during mass brawls.
While this has been attributed to Executive Producer and Chief of Global Television Distribution Kevin Dunn, who has been the line producer for WWE programming since 1988, the widely-criticised aspects of WWE TV would remain even after Dunn's departure, according to Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer.
"I know everyone flat out says it's Kevin Dunn and I'm sure that he's part of this. But I was told there are other people there that like the shaking and the zooming and the cuts and that you shouldn't expect that if Kevin Dunn left tomorrow that we suddenly wouldn't have that anymore. People there like it, I have no idea why. It's absolutely horrible. It's vomit-inducing. You can't even see what's going on," Alvarez said on Wrestling Observer Radio.
Kevin Dunn won't be leaving WWE, though, and the Executive Producer and Chief of Global Television Distribution is now expected to remain with the company. His future had initially been in doubt following Vince McMahon's retirement on July 22.
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