Is Dave Hebner dead or alive? What has happened to him?
The death news of a former WWE referee who was become popular throughout the 70s and 80s. After his death was confirmed by his nephew Brian Hebner, netizens began pouring tribute to the legendary referee and shared the news on various social media platforms.
His close family member Brian posted on social media. “RIP Dave Hebner. Gone but never forgotten. Always loved.”
However, there is no information regarding the cause of death. There are speculations that he seems he has been dealing with health issues for a long time. There were a few pictures of him posted online recently. Dave looks pale and sick in those pictures. He had been facing a hard time in his life.
Dave Hebner began his career as a referee with WWE in the 1980s and became a prominent face among his viewers. Soon, he was a member of certain significant experiences, including popular matches, Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat, which hit the millions of views on tv at that time when the internet was not so widely used. He’d also played a role in the iconic tournament.
He worked in many WWE events and got injured during many matches. Finally, he got retirement in 2005.
Hebner sued a slew of WWE employees after being wounded on the job and suffering from a life-threatening condition. However, the organization attempted to conceal the dangers of neurological injuries by taking the side of their wrestlers and refusing to support them, which was a violation of worker protection legislation. Hebner had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, according to his complaint.
Sadler tweeted, “I’ve emphasized many times that friendships and relationships are incredibly important to me.” “I took the opportunity today to pay Dave Hebner a visit. My family holds the Hebners in high regard. Please join me in sending him some good vibes!!”