Originally posted by JimBob Skeeter"Still figuring out how to work Twitter. Once I get it down, I’ll level you warriors with clotheslines of creativity, courage and wisdom — each thrown with Ultimate Warrior intensity."
"Most dangerous is NOT the one who has nothing to lose. Most dangerous is the one who does not want or need the spoils of his victory."
"Warriors speak truth."
There is a line about his return to television at the end of the video.
Why the fuck am I so excited about this? I don't even like the Ultimate Warrior. I don't like Hogan either, so I see from one angle why it's suckered me in, but this shit has me excited for what's next.
What is that Hogan interview from anyway? I think I need to watch it.
If only he could stretch this through softball season then perhaps Lord Sidney of Eudy could get involved. There really has never been a true MENSA meeting between those two except for the brief ref gig in '91.
I'm sure I'll watch the 57-minute video when it comes online, because you know, Warrior's insanity is always great, but he seems to care about Hogan, and drawing out what he has to say about Hogan, way too much.
Also, I wonder if he knows that Hogan's interview was taped before Savage's death, or if he knows and just doesn't care.
At least this is better than their WCW match back in 1998.
Originally posted by redsoxnationIf only he could stretch this through softball season then perhaps Lord Sidney of Eudy could get involved. There really has never been a true MENSA meeting between those two except for the brief ref gig in '91.
Yeah, really! Warrior and Sid were always like two ships passing in the night. I think the WWF always had Sid on standby every time Warrior was on the outs and vice-versa for softball season. Maybe YouTube can finally give us that verbal matchup we've always wanted.
PS - he really needs to learn how to sound mix. The music was way too loud.
I stopped defending Hogan's bullshit on this board (and in real life) years ago, but "does coke all day" and "had an open marriage" are two things that I've never heard before. And probably would have been heard by now if they were true. As for Hogan and Linda getting in Liz's ear about going out more and doing things on her own, how that translates to her leaving Randy is beyond me. Hulk was hardly the first to suggest Savage was obsessive, controlling, and paranoid on the subject of Liz (or in general). He just was. That's hardly throwing him under the bus. But hey, if you think this is bad, you should note Warrior has an only slightly higher opinion of Martin Luther King Jr.
The Linda Hogan stuff is new, though, but considering the long days of touring back in the old WWF days, I wouldn't really be shocked, but yeah, if it was a big deal it probably would have leaked years ago during the divorce.
I think, as far as Hogan's reputation is concerned, the Nick Hogan prison phone call was the real low point and nothing Warrior says can even touch that.
The day is upon us. The Ultimate Warrior unleashed his hour long-ish 'shoot interview with himself' and... well, it's not completely crazy and I can actually understand what he's saying. No Destrucity or other goofiness (so far. I'm only half way through it.)
No big bombshells or super nasty stuff here. He mentions a book he's writing and saving stuff for it. It's all certainly entertaining at least.
I must say I really enjoyed it. It flowed nicely and he brought up very good points. Even going as far as saying how hogan " Lives the gimmick" with I think we all kinda knew. Towards the end he basically said what we all think. " If your not going to help build or help the business then go home" Man I forgot how much I miss Warrior
Dont say its not worth it, when you can sleep with no fear, that kind of time is worth any thing.- FFX
Originally posted by HokienauticAnd X-Pac joins the fray. Apparently part of the retort for Warrior's wife-swapping/swinging comments is an accusation that Warrior was somehow involved in gay prostitution in the past.
A little something different when I got the urge to watch a tape. EMLL from the early 90's. 1. Apolo Dantes (tecnico) vs. Javier Cruz (rudo?) It's a hair vs. hair match, but only the third and final fall is shown.