AEW Announces Earl Hebner, Four Others, As Promotion's Referees

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 15, 2019

This deal marks the first time that wrestling has aired on TNT since the demise of WCW. Today is the day because AEW officially announced that their home will be on TNT.

Earl Hebner, perhaps the most well-known referee in the history of professional wrestling, has signed for AEW. Make sure to come back to GameSpot on Saturday, May 25 for a live review and coverage of AEW's Double or Nothing, as long as it's available to stream. The event can be seen in the United Kingdom on ITV.

WWE Co-President George Barrios recently commented on whether WWE considers All Elite Wrestling (AEW) to be competition.

WarnerMedia and AEW's deal will only add to the increasing visibility of wrestling on television and streaming platforms. It comes at a time when WWE is moving its Tuesday "SmackDown Live" show to Friday's on Fox starting Oct 4. while keeping "Monday Night Raw" on U.S. as part of television deals worth a combined $2.35 billion over the next five years.

Over the preceding couple of days, other referees introduced by AEW include longtime CHIKARA official Bryce Remsburg, PWG and Lucha Underground referee Rick Knox, veteran ROH official Paul Turner, and Aubrey Edwards, who officiated in the 2018 Mae Young Classic, and also at WWE Evolution. "So yeah, AEW has announced and welcome to the game".

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