Tim White, a long-time referee for WWE, has died. Tim White worked as a WWE referee and official for more than two decades.
What was Tim white cause of death?
His cause of death is yet to be determined since his family has yet to issue a statement.
White’s in-ring career was essentially terminated by a shoulder injury sustained during a Hell in a Cell match between Triple H and Chris Jericho at Judgement Day, although he remained a vital part of WWE working behind the scenes as an official and talent agent until 2009.
White returned to referee the match between Chris Jericho and Christian at WrestleMania XX in 2004. However, he reinjured his shoulder during the last three counts of the bout, causing him to retire as a referee.
On January 9, 2009, White was fired by WWE, ending a 24-year career with the business.
Who was Tim White?
Tim White, a former WWE referee and assistant to Andre the Giant, died this week at the age of 68. White first began working as a WWE referee in 1985 and would take on the position full-time in 1993 shortly after Andre’s passing.
White suffered a number of shoulder injuries that would cause his refereeing career to end in 2004, though he would remain with the company until 2009. News of White’s death comes mere days after the passing of another longtime WWE referee, Dave Hebner.