Charly Arnolt: Working At WWE Is Just As Wild As You’d Expect It To Be

Charly Arnolt, FKA Charly Caruso in WWE gave some insight on what it’s like to work for ‘wild’ WWE.

The former WWE backstage on-screen personality signed a multi-year full-time deal with ESPN this past March, ending a five-year run in WWE.

Arnolt first appeared on WWE television with NXT in 2016 before being most known for being a staple of backstage interviews on WWE RAW as well as hosting WWE pay-per-view panels and the weekly Monday Night RAW post-show, RAW Talk.

The 33-year old Indianapolis-native recently spoke with The Indy Star and discussed her time in WWE and what led her to accepting a full-time role with worldwide leader.

On what it was like working for WWE:

“The spectacle that you witness watching WWE as a fan is what it’s like when you work there,” said Arnolt. “It’s insane. There were many times I would be at work and go, ‘Wait, is this really my job? This is crazy.’ It really is just as wild working there as you would expect it to be as a fan.”

Arnolt would go on to say that she’s excited to grow as a broadcaster and she’s finally where she truly wants to be.

Related: Charly Caruso Accepts Full-Time Position With ESPN