All In is going to be a huge destination event and it turns out the referees for the show are just as all-star as the card itself.
Cody Rhodes recently updated fans on another exciting announcement when he revealed the referees for the show. Legendary WWE referee Earl Hebner is among those confirmed to officiate the show and who knows how his reputation might be used during this event?
Earl Hebner was a WWE loyalist to the core even officiating the 1997 Montreal Screwjob. But Hebner hasn’t been seen in WWE since he and his brother were released in 2005 for selling non-official WWE merchandise and that was it for him and his longtime employer. People who have spoken about the Hebner’s WWE firing say it was back to work as usual backstage but it was still a huge loss to have Hebner gone. After that, Earl Hebner worked for TNA and was later inducted into their Hall Of Fame in 2015. Earl Hebner is a wrestler’s referee and it’s always great to have him as part of the show.
Other exciting additions to All In include Senior Ring Of Honor Official Todd Sinclair. Jerry Lynn, Paul Turner, and Rick Knox are also pictured for this once-in-a-lifetime event. Even though this is a great staff of officials for the show some fans have already commented that Red Shoes is missing from the lineup which is a shame but his contract with New Japan was likely a determining factor in Red Shoes not being All In.