Randy White spent more than 20 years with WWE, and he began as a part-time referee in 1985, while also serving as an assistant to André the Giant. After Andre’s death in 1993, Randy became a full-time referee with the company and has been assigned to work many of WWE‘s main event matches — including that famous 1998 Hell in a Cell match between Mankind and The Undertaker at King of the Ring.
“Tim White brightened every room he walked into,” while Dolph Ziggler tweeted. “Being around Timmy on several PR tours was a joy! We would get our work done and meet after, and he would tell old road stories and we would laugh until the sun came up. Congratulations, sir.”
White had two notable injuries in his career. He injured his shoulder during a Hell in a Cell match against Chris Jericho at Judgement Day 2002 and then again on the final three-count of a WrestleMania XX match between Jericho and Christian. White continued to work with the company, performing backstage duties and as an agent for wrestlers until 2009.