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By Jimmy Korderas

"The 3 count number highlights the triumphs and tragedies Jimmy Korderas skilled over his storied occupation as a WWE referee -- from humble beginnings with Jack Tunney in Toronto to being part of the most occasion with facet and the Undertaker at WrestleMania. For the 1st time, Korderas talks in regards to the harrowing event of being within the ring in the course of Owen Hart's twist of fate and in regards to the bad results of the Chris Benoit tragedy -- the main tricky moments of his existence in wrestling"--P. [4] of cover.

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Own picture Me, Gavin (Overseas Ring Coordinator), & Chimel after constructing the hoop on the football stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. own picture Putting completing touches at the ring. own photograph Having difficulty holding a instantly face. picture via Steve Argintaru Working throughout the “pain. ” picture via Steve Argintaru Trying to inform Gunner Scott who leads this dance. picture by way of Steve Argintaru Mike Sparks, Dave Hebner, me, & Tim White in Richmond, Virginia. own picture The WWF team on travel in South Africa posing in entrance of our “vintage” constitution airplane. own photograph Ron Bleggi (pyro guy), Larry Heck (WWE trainer), John Cena, & me golf in Scotland. own photograph Acknowledgments acting in entrance of hundreds of thousands of individuals on a nightly foundation was once a dream come real for a lifestyles lengthy wrestling fan. i've got such a lot of humans to thank for my success that I’m suffering from the place to start. First, my mom and dad. Dad, you're my hero. You have been the simplest instructor any son may perhaps ask for. every little thing that's most vital to me — honesty, loyalty, and difficult paintings — you instilled in me. You have been regularly happy with my accomplishments, yet i used to be extra happy with you and commemorated to be your son. The glue that held our relatives jointly was once my mother. you usually placed our kin first. you've got the largest center of a person i've got ever recognized. thank you, ma and pa. My brother and sister, regardless of the age hole, have been large position types. My brother, together with his quiet energy and stable recommendation that used to be greater than worthy. My sister, for being my protector and confidante. commonly you took the bullet for my mischievous antics — after which listened while i wanted to admit. I couldn’t ask for a extra loving kinfolk. To my in-laws, thanks to your phrases of encouragement. Elio Zarlenga, you weren't in simple terms the man who brought me to the enterprise facet of wrestling, you're a friend who confirmed me the ropes and had my again — my first actual buddy within the undefined. Jack Tunney, for taking an opportunity on a tender guy with a dream. He was once not only my boss; he used to be anyone I revered greatly. Pat Patterson for suggesting to Jack that I attempt refereeing. over the years, Pat used to be a mentor and a chum. The McMahon relatives, in particular Vincent Kennedy McMahon, for giving me the chance to be part of the best wrestling corporation on the earth. I realized rather a lot from the chairman. Carl DeMarco and all of the remainder of the WWE Canada place of work. everybody at Titan Tower that helped me with every little thing from shuttle preparations to paintings allows. relatively the voice of the WWE, Howard Finkel, for being any such buddy and sharing his ardour for this company. To my WWF/E family members, i wouldn't were capable of do what I did if it weren't for each referee, wrestler, agent/producer, and everybody else at the workforce that i've got had the consideration and privilege to paintings with. i'd like to record you all the following yet that may fill one other publication. It actually used to be like having a moment relatives.

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