WWE referee Tim White passes away; Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair lead tributes

Being the biggest wrestling company in the world means having a large number of wrestling stars on your roster. As a result, most often, the focus is mainly on the stars. But there are a few who have earned the respect of fans and fellow workers despite not being in the ring. One such name is longtime WWE referee Tim White, who passed away on Sunday at the age of 68.

Wyatt began his career in WWE as a part-time referee while serving as Andre the Giant’s agent in 1985. He became a full-time referee in WWE after Andre’s death in 1993. Wyatt served as a referee in several featured matches in his 24-year tour as a WWE referee before releasing They were released by the company in 2009. The most famous of these was the Hell in a Cell match between Mankind and Undertaker at The King of the Ring show in 1998.

Wyatt’s sudden demise left the wrestling world in a state of shock.

Many WWE Superstars and Legends have praised him.

Architect Seth Rollins tweets

Big E also remembered Tim through his tweet

Paige, the soon-to-be former WWE star, who is now by her real name Saraya, recalls her meeting with Wyatt.

Some of the other tweets by WWE Superstars are listed below:

Another WWE referee, Dave Hebner, has also passed away at the age of 73. Heartbreak kid Shawn Michaels through his tweet paid tribute to the great WWE Referees:

The Nature Boy Ric Flair also mentioned both judges in his tweet

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