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RIP ULTIMATE WARRIOR
April 8, 2014
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I’m pretty sure it’s true. RIP TO A LEGEND

April 8, 2014
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Ultimate Warrior passes away

WWE is shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the passing of one of the most iconic WWE Superstars ever, The Ultimate Warrior. Warrior began his WWE career in 1987 and quickly went on to become one of the biggest stars in WWE history. Warrior became WWE Champion at WrestleMania VI, defeating Hulk Hogan in an epic encounter. We are grateful that just days ago, Warrior had the opportunity to take his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame and was also able to appear at WrestleMania 30 and Monday Night Raw to address his legions of fans. WWE sends its sincere condolences to Warrior’s family, friends and fans. Warrior was 54 and is survived by his wife Dana and his two daughters.

 

April 8, 2014
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Huge bucket of wind to ultimate warrior. Mickey Rooney too while im at it.

April 8, 2014
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Fuck. Damn. RIP

April 8, 2014
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nooooooo :(

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April 9, 2014
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It seems like every wrestler dies super young. All them pill addictions man… do they know how he died?

 

 

Also, to be honest, I thought Macho Man Randy Savage was the same guy.

April 9, 2014
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It should of been hulk Hogan.  is that to soon? 

April 9, 2014
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Fuck the ultimate warrior…

If I was given the choice of a taker 22-0 and warriors life….that ninja would of been died Sunday morning

In terms of sadness…

21-1 > warriors death

 

Psycho Jesus>>>>>>>>>

April 9, 2014
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Hahaha  that’s funny

April 9, 2014
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Pretty shocking that Warrior just died, considering he was just inducted into the hall of fame over the weekend, then followed it up by appearing on Raw last night. Just like many of the hall of fame inductees, his sudden love for WWE was a joke though. The guy was certifiable in real life; beyond a right wing nut-job. Watch any one of his recent youtube videos, or some of the college speeches he did. Not to mention WWE’s revisionist history as of late when it comes to him and his character. Just a few years back they put out a video shitting all over the guy, entitled “The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior”. They called him everything from the worst promo man in the business, to the least professional guy in the history of wrestling. When he agreed to get back in bed with them to cash in on Warrior merchandise all that miraculously changed and he became this great guy and icon again. I love HHH’s “Icon and friend” tweet. HHH was prominently featured in The Self Destruction video, saying Warrior was the worst person he ever worked with in his wrestling career. Now all of the sudden he’s a friend. Seems identical to the way WWE treated Brett Hart, until of course Brett nearly begged his way back into the fold to preserve his legacy. The Ultimate Warrior was cool in the mid to late 80’s, and it’s sad the person behind it died, but in some ways it’s the perfect ending. Having Warrior appear now, and pressing up a ton of Warrior merch and garbage would have just fucked that legacy up. Look at Hogan. Although, WWE will probably fuck it up anyway. His daughters and wife will want that money.

April 9, 2014
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At least he didnt do a chris Benoit

April 9, 2014
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He was 54…. I thought he was older somehow. He looked TOW-UP for being 54yrs. old. The life’ll do that to ya I guess. I’d hate to find out that his death was related to any kind of “celebration” after his induction because it happened pretty damn close to being right after that.

Sucks to be losing our heroes.

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April 9, 2014
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The Ultimate Warrior’s speech.

 

Maybe WWE planned his death the whole time!!!

April 9, 2014
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By the way, WWE DID actually sign Sting prior to Undertaker losing his streak.

 

Sting is now part of WWE. Don’t know when he’ll debut, but he is signed with WWE now.

 

Perhaps a Taker and Sting for Taker’s last match?

April 9, 2014
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WWE was trying to sign Sting for years. I heard they recently signed him too. According to the dirt sheets, they wanted to do an Undertaker/Sting match at Wrestlemania 31, but judging by Taker’s performance at Wrestlemania 30 I don’t see that happening. His body just can’t take the ring anymore. Glad Sting is out of TNA though, as it’s always been garbage (especially since Hogan came and went). It’s no wonder WWE has no fear of TNA; even with old WWE wrestlers, TNA has a shit product. They have no idea how to utilize talent. Should have locked down Paul Heyman when they had the chance.

April 9, 2014
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Didn’t know they had that chance and they should have. I’m a Heyman guy.

 

I’ve went to a TNA show once. Very empty. They only used half of the arena and even then they couldn’t fill it up. So they made everybody sit on one side.

 

But, yeah, I guess Lesnar injured him pretty bad. At least half of the match was just Lesnar guiding him through it because he got a concussion and wasn’t 100% aware of where he was at.

April 9, 2014
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Cheshyr said  
I’d hate to find out that his death was related to any kind of “celebration” after his induction because it happened pretty damn close to being right after that.    

that my assumption.  gotta figure, he just had an influx of checks for the first time in decades… im sure it was party time.  

Sucks to be losing our heroes.    

even in the eighties, i saw ultimate warrior as more of a joke than a hero.  

however, when the neighborhood would play wwf, i was usually warrior.  not because i wanted to be, but because i would run around huffing and snorting like an asthmatic buffalo, and the other kids all thought that was hilarious.  

really, though, if you could see the kid doing the iron sheik impersonations, youd all piss yourselves laughing.  

‘ir-r-ron sheik, r-r-rules, infidels!’  

  

i wish i was still ten.  everything seemed better then.  

except for the high probability of the world ending in a nuclear firestorm, but there wasnt much i could do about the cold war.  

  

  awfully paranoid, arent you?   

April 9, 2014
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As a very young fan of WWF in the 80’s, I loved the Ultimate Warrior…….probably just as much as I loved Hogan. I do remember being really puzzled by the promos he gave though. Hogan’s were easy to follow, while Warrior just rambled. Not to mention he was a terrible wrestler. The guy had less moves than Hogan, which is truly saying something. Like many other young wrestling fans, I stopped watching a lot of wrestling through the early 90’s, but picked it back up in 96′ or so. Just in time to see Warrior come back into WWF, then WCW. Can’t remember exactly what his storylines were in WWF, but much like most things in WCW, his run there was just terrible. I had a few friends that liked WCW, but I tried watching their programming once or twice and immidiately realized it was garbage. Very similar to what TNA offers. Other than the NWO, what drew anyone to watching WCW?

April 9, 2014
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“however, when the neighborhood would play wwf, i was usually warrior.  not because i wanted to be, but because i would run around huffing and snorting like an asthmatic buffalo, and the other kids all thought that was hilarious.”

 

I think it was a law for children in the 80’s to play WWF wrestling. Everyone wanted to either be Hogan or Warrior. Then you had the biggest decision of your young life; what to buy, the Hogan or Ultimate Warrior wrestling buddy. I got a Hogan, but quickly wished I bought Warrior. Buyers remorse, even at that precious age. I also loved to play the WWF arcade game.

April 9, 2014
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I always either wanted to be Kevin Nash or Undertaker.

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