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John Cone

John Cone
Ring name(s) John Cone
Billed height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)[1]
Billed weight 174 lb (79 kg)[1]
Born (1974-11-16) November 16, 1974 (age 39)
Kansas City, Missouri, USA [1]
Trained by Harley Race
Debut August 1995 [1]

John Cone is an American professional wrestling referee currently working for WWE.[1]

Career

Cone started refereeing independent wrestling matches in August 1995. He worked for Harley Race World League Wrestling from 1999 to 2006 and got his big break when a WWE official attended a match he refereed. Cone tried out for WWE and was quickly signed. He was sent to WWE developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling and later Deep South Wrestling.

Cone has said he is most proud of his performance in the boxing match between Matt Hardy and Evander Holyfield, which took place in August 2007 in front of a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden on Saturday Night's Main Event.

In 2009 Cone was featured in the documentary, KC on the Mat: The History of Professional Wrestling in Kansas City.

Cone was featured in the WWE Magazine, and the Kansas City Star newspaper. He was also interviewed on local television station KSHB-TV 41's Midday News.

Cone is the owner of Donut King located in Kansas City.[2]

References

External links

  • WWE Profile


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