WWE is rapidly approaching its destination for WrestleMania 39, set to take place in Los Angeles on April 1st and 2nd. The Showcase of the Immortals will be preceded by the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, where legends will be immortalized in history forever. Moreover, WWE has included the final member in the list of inductees, the late great Tim White.

WWE has made it official that long-tenured WWE referee Tim White will be the recipient of the Warrior Award at the Hall of Fame ceremony this year. He joins the list of Connor Michalek and Shad Gaspard to receive the honor.

WWE backstage interviewer Kayla Braxton announced on the March 29th edition of WWE’s The Bump that Tim White will receive the 2023 Warrior Award. The award is given each year to someone who has demonstrated unwavering strength and persistence and who lives life with courage and compassion. You can check the official announcement on Twitter.

BREAKING: This year’s Warrior Award recipient is the late, great, Tim White. #WWEHOF


Tim White oversaw a number of famous matches during the course of his 24-year career with WWE, including the Hell in a Cell classic between Mankind and The Undertaker at King of the Ring 1998. Moreover, White also carried out governmental and talent agency tasks behind the scenes for the company.

Furthermore, before transitioning to a refereeing role on a full-time basis, Tim White assisted Andre the Giant. However, at the age of 68, White passed away in 2022. He may have left the world, but now, his legacy will forever be etched in the history books of WWE.

What is your take on Tim White’s Hall of Fame induction? Do you think he deserves it? Sound off in the comments!

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