Dave Hebner, a former WWE referee, died at the age of 73, eliciting a torrent of condolences.



Dave Hebner, WWE ref who was in like manner a piece of one of the most-watched wrestling matches ever, took his final gasp at 73 years of age from an undisclosed illness at his home. On June 17, 2022, around early evening, Hebner brought his final gasp at his back home in Mechanicsville, Virginia. On his Reffin ‘It Up digital broadcast and therefore on Twitter, Hebner’s nephew, Brian Hebner, commented. He said he has been loved

Hermie Sadler, a NASCAR driver, verified Hebner’s illness on May 28. 

Hermie Sadler, a NASCAR racer, has had many moments in pro wrestling. Hebner has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease earlier. Sadler shared a photo of Hebner on Twitter, in which it was evident that he was suffering from serious health issues.

Early years of Dave Hebner’s life

Dave began refereeing games in the area in the late 1970s. Randy Savage wrestled Ricky Steamboat at WrestleMania III and Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania V, and he was present at some of the company’s most famous events.

Hulk Hogan and André fought against each other in WWF World Championship on NBC’s. 

André’s manager, alerted everyone that Dave was being held captive in a closet, and Earl aided André in overcoming Hogan. When Hogan approached the ring, he discovered two of Dave. The referee made a tremendous mistake that catapulted both of them to the top of the world of officiating. This was the first time in decades that a live pro wrestling match was shown on television. The fact that The Hebners were twins drew a lot of interest because most people were unaware. 


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