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Apr 9, 2014 - by Steve Gerweck
Post Category: News
Tags: Raw, Ultimate Warrior, WWE
The eulogy of The Ulimate Warrior delivered by The Ultimate Warrior, quite surreal.
Very chilling to read that now knowing 24 hours later he would be dead
His entier WWE weekend seems surreal from the HOF speech, to the photos with Vince and family, and the RAW return…RIP to the Warrior and may the spirit live on FOREVER!
No-one could have said it better
I agree with both of the above statements. Very well said, you two.
After reading this transcript, it feels like the Ultimate Warrior almost knew he was leaving…
Very cryptic and prolific statements, making peace with both Vince McMahon and Hulk Hogan, and finally claiming his place as in the WWE Hall of Fame. He will never be forgotten.
RIP, the legend, The Ultimate Warrior
So many from my favorite period of wrestling (’88-91) have gone on now. Rude, Perfect, Savage, and now Ultimate Warrior, who was my absolute favorite performer in WWF.
I know its said so often its cliche, but there truly was no other like him, and will never be another like him. I”m so very glad he finally got the recogntion he deserved from WWE. Goodnight, Warrior.
Here’s one way the Warrior spirit can live on: make peace. Mend fences. Let bygones be bygones. You never know when it will be too late. For Warrior and WWE it almost was too late, but it happened just in time, and Warrior and his family, the WWE, and the fans are better for it.
Rip warrior. Ur promos were AMAZING. Wel all lost an entertainer, but its heartbreaking to see how much he loved his wife and kids at the induction. They lost a father and husband. Thoughts and prayers to them
it was crazy, listening to him that night its almost like he knew. his speech was motivational, it was spot on. it does feel as if a huge part of childhood has vanished. RIP Warrior
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