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Referees

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March 12, 2012

 If you see a new WWE referee and don't recognize him, it's Brian Nguyen, who spent time in Florida Championship Wrestling.

July 6, 2010

WWE has banned chops in their matches because chops always receive a Ric Flair "Whooooooa," who is with TNA at this time. 

December 3, 2009

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April 24, 2008

WWE confiscated any negative signs towards ECW announcer Mike Adamle at last night's ECW taping in Greensboro, N.C.
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June 2007
Chad Patton
Charles Robinson
Jack Doan
Jim Korderas
Mickie Henson         TNA announcers: TAZZ and Mike Tenay 2010
 Mike Chioda
Nick Patrick 
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7/22/05

Head referee, Earl Hebner, was fired along with his son Dave Hebner for selling WWE merchandise on the side.

Trivia:

Senior referee EARL HEBNER has a twin brother DAVE working also as a referee and a son Brian working as a referee at WWE

Earl Hebner first appeared on WWE TV in late 1988 as part of a plot by "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase

The ring rope colors are back to Red for RAW and Blue for SMACKDOWN

Sometimes there are GUEST Referee's:

Celebrities, athletes and even politicians!
In matches over the years:

Muhammad Ali
Mike Tyson
Chuck Norris
Jesse Ventura
Steve Austin

REFEREES (Canada)
Gary 'The King' Allen
Eugene Brie
Eddy Carson
Wayne Cashman
Adrien Desbois
Bill Donovan
Ronald Dube
Claude Decharme
Bunny Dunlop
Sam Gotter
Rod Hater
Cedric Hathaway
Louis Hebert
Hans-Jochen Herrman
Jim Korderas
Bob Morgan
Pierre Morrison
Frank Parker
Rene Richards
Andre Roy
Jeffrey Scott
Maurice Simard
Suzie Tanner
Kenneth Tiger Tasker
Steve Trojack
Terry Yorkston

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7/7/05

Raw and Smackdown's ring ropes went from Raw red to Dark gray...and Smackdown blue to Dark gray


The family of former WCW referee Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson, who passed away from cancer, has filed a wrongful death suit against his doctor. (wrestlezone.com)

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List of offences punishable by disqualification:

* Refusing to break a hold when your opponent is in the ropes for more than a five count.
* Choking or Biting your opponent for more than a five count.
* Staying on the top turnbuckle for more than a five count.
* Repeatedly punching with a closed fist for more than a five count.
* Any outside interference.
* Striking your opponent with a foreign object. (Smashing your opponent against a foreign object will usually not end the match in a DQ, and note that in some matches wrestlers are allowed to use two by fours, chains and other "improvised" weapons)
* A direct low-blow to the groin.
* Laying hands on the referee.

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Now only 15 safe wrestling moves allowed.

When a referee gives an "X" sign...it means that the fallen wrestler is truely injured and unable to continue in the match.

Referees:
Robinson
Jimmy Korderas
Brian Hebner
Jack Doan
Mike Chioda
Earl hebner
Nick Patrick
Chad Patton
Chris Kay Wrestling WWE Referees Little Nature Boy ...

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SPECIALTY MATCHES

Gear wear for Referees
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Starter Packlage:
Cliff Keen Shirt (choose collared or V-Neck black/white striped), Sansabelt Pants (choose Flat Front with or without belt loops or Pleated), Wrist Bands, Ankle Bands, Flip Disk, Fox 40 Whistle (choose Classic, Mouthgrip, Pearl, Mini or Fingergrip) and Lanyard (Smitty, Smitty Noose, or Wrist).

Retail Value at over $88.00 to $ 100.00

Then there is black shoes to buy
RAW: black and white stripes
SMACKDOWN: black and blue stripes

TNA REFEREES:
Andrew Thomas
Mike Posey
Rudy Charles

Professional wrestling match types

This is a list of match types seen in professional wrestling.
Variations of Non-Tag Matches
One Fall
No Disqualification Match
Best Two [out] of Three falls
Iron Man match
Ultimate Submission Match
Handicap Match
Cage match
Lumberjack Match
Street Fight
Harbor Brawl
Hardcore Match
Ladder Match
Table Match
Triple Threat Match
Special Referee
Special Outside Referee
Flag Match
Hair v. Mask Match
The loser of the match gets his head shaved. In Mexico, this is called Caballera contra Caballera.
Mask v. Mask Match
The loser of the match is unmasked.

Triangle Match
Three Way Dance
Fatal Four Way Match
Hell in a Cell Match
First Blood Match
Barbwire Match
Casket Match

a Last Ride Match introduced at No Mercy 2004). See Also: Casket Match.

Buried Alive Match
Battle Royal
Royal Rumble Match
Gauntlet Match
Last Man Standing
Death Match
Texas Death Match

(Object) on a Pole Match
Knuckles on a Pole Match.
"I Quit" Match
Texas Bullrope Match
Dog Collar Match
Gorilla/Body Slam Match
Finisher Match
Stretcher Match
Blindfold Match
Retirement Match
Three Strikes, You're Out!
Double Tables Match
Silver Dollar Match
Total Conquest Match
Final Wars Brawl
Short Leash Match
Singapore Cane Match
Parking Lot Brawl
Thunder Dome
Tag-Team Match Variations
Tag-Team match

A wrestler must do the following in order to make a legal tag:

* Both feet of the wrestler on the outside must be flat on the apron.

* The wrestler outside the ring must hold on to the tag rope tied in the corner

* Tags must be done over the top rope.

* Tags are legal as long as the two team members touch.

A referee can be allowed to overlook any of these tag rules at his discretion. All standard match rules apply but the legal man must make a pin or submission on another legal man to win. Only legal men can be counted out but either team can be disqualified regardless if a team member is legal or not.

Elimination Tag-Team Match
Intergender Tag-Team Match
Mixed Tag-Team Match
Tornado Tag-Team Match
Parejas Incredibles Match

These can include Hardcore, Battle Royal (if one member of a team is thrown over the top-rope, both members are eliminated), Ladders, Tables (one team wins when a member of another team is forced into and through a table - no tags), Chairs, Tables/Ladders/Chairs, Cage, etc. Just about any match type can be converted to tag-team rules.

Extreme Variations
10,000 Thumbtacks Death Match

This match has 10,000 thumbtacks placed in the ring. The wrestlers can use the thumbtacks as weapons. Victory by either pinfall, submission or knocking out the opponent. A variation of this match is a cross between a Ladder Match and 10,000 Thumbtacks Match called a Thumbtacks Ladder Match in which a ladder is placed in the ring with a reward at the top. Thumbtacks are also spread out across the ring.

Barbed-Wire Bat 10,000 Thumbtack Match

A solid baseball bat with the end wrapped in barb wire hangs off a pole in a corner of the ring as a box filled with 10,000 thumbtacks lays at ringside. The only way to win is to put your opponent in the box of 10,000 Thumbtacks and to make the pin. The bat is just to make the match a little more brutal than it already is.

Beds of (Objects) Death Match

Inferno Match
Brimstone Match
Rage in a Cage
Relay Match

RAW:
Earl Hebner
Nick Patrick
Charles Robinson
Jack Doan
Chad Patton

SmackDown!:
Tim White (DL)
Mike Chioda
Jim Korderas
Mike Sparks
Brian Hebner
Raw

Earl Hebner
Charles Robinson
Jack Doane

SD

Jim Korderas
Nick Patrick
Brian Hebner?
Mike Chioda
Jacqueline also has a "referee`s license"

Timmy White retired due to his shoulder injury.

I believe there's 3-4 refs per show. Off the top of my head...
Earl Hebner
Dave Hebner
Charles Robinson
Nick Patrick
Mike Chioda (if he's still around)

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Matches:

While the outcomes are predetermined, the maneuvers are executed cooperatively and their effects upon the opponent is exaggerated, most moves are real and cause genuine pain (and if performed incorrectly, capable of causing serious injury). Matches whose results are predetermined are called "worked".

February 2005

* Angle, a fictional storyline

* Babyface, a good guy (compare "tweener" and "heel")

* Blade, a sharpened object used for "blading"

* Blading, the act of cutting oneself open in order to bleed, usually on the forehead (compare "juicing")

* Blowing Up, when a wrestler completely exhausts all of his energy by performing exhilarating moves early in the match making him extremely fatigued and unable to perform other "spots"

* Blown Spot, see Botch

* Booker, the person in charge of setting up matches

* Booking, what a "booker" does

* Botch, a scripted move that failed

* Brock, to blow the biggest move in the biggest match, also to double-clutch on the top rope (see Double-Clutch)

* Bump, when a wrestler hits the mat

* Bury, when a wrestler loses popularity by forced losses (compare "push")

* Card, the lineup of matches

* Cheap Heat, when a wrestler (often a heel) incites a negative crowd reaction by insulting the crowd (for example, by insulting the city, or a local sports team) (compare "cheap pop")

* Cheap Pop, when a wrestler (often a face) incites a positive crowd reaction by "kissing up" to the crowd (for example, mentioning the name of the city, or complimenting a local sports team) (compare "cheap heat")

* Dark match, a non-televised match at a televised show (compare "house show")

* Dirtsheet, a newsletter, magazine, or website that portrays wrestling as scripted entertainment, rather than portraying it as a sport.

* Diva, a female involved in wrestling, either in a bit part or as a wrestler

* Double-Clutch, to hesitate and bounce before jumping off the top rope, resulting in limited airtime and height

* Dusty Finish, a finish in which a substitute referee's decision in a match is overturned by the original referee

* Face, short for "babyface"

* Feud, a battle between "faces" and "heels"

* Filler, a match or segment that has no form of importance or backstory to it. Used mainly to occupy extra time on the event card

* Finisher, a wrestler's trademark move

* Garbage Wrestling matches that involve using nothing but weaponry and have no obvious elements of traditional in-ring competition - e.g. - XPW (Xtreme Pro Wrestling), CZW (Combat Zone Wrestling)

* Gimmick, a unique trait that defines a wrestler's identity, or an implement used to cheat i.e., William Regal's gimmick was to knock out opponents with his brass knuckles (brass knucks were a "gimmick").

* Hard-Way Juicing, bleeding that is not self-inflicted (compare "blading" and "juicing")

* Heat, a wrestler getting a crowd reaction (also "cheap heat", "canned heat", "dead heat")

* Heel, a bad guy (also "monster heel", "egotistical heel", and "traitor heel"; compare "tweener" and "babyface")

* House show, a non-televised show (compare "dark match")

* Indy

* Job, a scheduled loss (also "jobbing", "jobber", "jobroni", and "job cleanly"; compare "screwjob")

* Juicing, bleeding (frequently, but not always, self-inflicted) (compare "blading" and "hard-way juicing")

* Kayfabe, pretending that events are not staged

* Mark, a fan who believes wrestling is real (compare "smark")

* Marking Out, a moment of enjoying professional wrestling 'for what it is' rather than analyzing its staged nature

* Money Mark, some one who invests money into a promotion only to become acquainted with fellow pro wrestlers. A "Money Mark" is usually hackled by wrestlers when he/she is not within their presence

* No-seller, a wrestler who shows absolutely no sense of reaction to another wrestler's attacks or maneuvers

* No-show, when a wrestler doesn't show up for a match

* Over, popular

* Over-seller, a wrestler who shows too much of a reaction to another wrestler's attack or maneuver e.g. - The Rock's reaction to the Stone Cold Stunner.

* Plant, a trained wrestler who poses as a fan in the audience that a wrestler can physically attack to score some "heat"

* Promo, a promotional interview (also "cutting a promo")

* Pop, a crowd reaction (also "name pop")

* Potato, when a wrestler is injured after being hit on the head or by having his head hit something

* Push, when a wrestler gains popularity by forced wins (compare "bury")

* Rib, a joke played on a wrestler by another wrestler. Ribs can be as harmless as tickling a sleeping wrestler's face with a feather and spraying shaving cream on their hand, or as harmful as defecating into another wrestler's gym bag

* Ring Rat, a fan who only goes to events to flirt or who wants to become intimately involved with a wrestler(s)

* Run-in, when unscheduled wrestlers join a match

* Screwjob, when a wrestler scheduled to win loses instead

* Sell, making the action seem unstaged (also "oversell" and "no-seller")

* Shoot, an unplanned event in the show

* Showing Light, when a wrestler visually shows making absolutely no contact to his opponent when performing an attack (also "loose")

* Smark, a fan who knows wrestling is staged but enjoys it anyway (compare "mark")

* Smart, someone who has inside information on the wrestling business

* Spot, planned set of moves, usually resulting in a climax

* Squared circle, the ring in which matches are held

* Squash, an extremely one-sided match

* Stable, a group of wrestlers

* Stiff, when a wrestler puts too much force into his attacks or maneuvers on his opponent

* Swerve, a surprise (and often unexplained) plot twist

* Tag-team, a pair of wrestlers working together

* Turn, when a wrestler develops a new "gimmick"

* Tweener, a morally ambiguous wrestler (compare "babyface" and "heel")

* Undercard, a match-up between less-popular wrestlers

* Work, a staged event

* Working Shoot A scripted segment that takes place in a show with elements of true facts being exposed. e.g. - Paul Heyman cutting an angry promo towards Vince McMahon during the era of the WCW/ECW Alliance

* Workrate, a wrestler's talent level

* Wrestlecrap, a hall of shame website for professional wrestling





The vast majority of bleeding incidents in wrestling are real, and are typically induced by using hidden razor blades to cut oneself on the forehead; the act of cutting is known in the business and among fans as blading, and bleeding is known as juicing. If a wrestler bleeds without being cut, such as due to an accidental broken nose, he is said to be juicing hardway. If a wrestler hits another wrestler harder than he should on purpose, that is called a "potato" or "potato shot".

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