Jimmy Korderas

Jim Korderas is a Greek-born Canadian professional wrestling commentator and former referee, known for his stints in the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment between 1987 and 2009.

Korderas began working as a professional wrestling referee in 1985 at Maple Leaf Gardens. At first he was hired as a driver by his friend Elio Zarlenga. At the time Zarlenga was the second most important personality of the Maple Leaf preceded only by Jack Tunney, and it was he who suggested that Korderas start refereeing matches. His first match that he directed was between Special Delivery Jones and Red Demon

After leaving WWE, Korderas began spending more time with his wife and family, as well as taking broadcasting classes.

Korderas has published a book about his life and career called The Three Count-My Life in Stripes as a WWE Referee. The foreword was written by Edge, and it was released on April 1, 2013, by ECW Press.