A Tribute To The Ultimate Warrior

Today the wrestling world is shattered by the news that the great ultimate warrior has passed, one of the most charismatic superstars of all time has gone forever. He collapsed outside a Arizona hotel while walking to his car with his wife.

The ultimate warrior who got inducted into the hall of fame this past Saturday is a legend inside the square circle. He was one of the most competitive and intense competitors in the entire WWE history.

Born June 16 1959 as James Brian Hellwig, he grew up in Indiana, USA. He made his debut on 25th October 1987 where he defeated Terry Gibbs. He was immediately a favourite with the fans and he loved the fans as much as they loved him. He stayed in the WWE till 1991 but came back again in 1992 until 1996.

He had a PWI feud of the year in 1991 with The Undertaker and he had a PWI match of the year in 1990 with Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania XI. He was a two-time Intercontinental champion and a one-time WWE champion. He is the only man to hold both Intercontinental and WWE championships at the same time.

The Warrior had a unbelievable career both inside and outside the ring. He will always be remembered for his intense run to the ring. He leaves behind his wife Dana and their two wonderful children.

I will leave you with his final words for the WWE universe ‘Every man’s heart beats its final beat. The spirit of the Ultimate Warrior will run forever.

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  • Pegasuskid1008

    Sad, sad, sad

    • Negatist

      His wife is pretty hot – she won’t be alone long!

  • Nandan Leon

    REST IN PEACE WARRIOR,have great respect after your HOF speach;great intensity and electricity

    • Negatist

      He’s a selfish human being…. how could you respect someone as bitter and selfish as Warrior was?

      • allan

        dont talk ill of the dead its very disrespectful

  • Nandan Leon

    its truly inspiring that he made peace with his enemies before the end of his time; my childhood hero …RIP WARRIOR

    • Negatist

      I’m not sure he did. I think he purposely killed himself with just a little too much of that juice from that needle.

  • Timothy Graham

    Is this some guy jumping on the bandwagon? 92-96? WrestleMania XI? Tributes are all well and good but this reeks.

    • FrostyRSIFX

      Now you try reading the WHOLE paragraph

      • Timothy Graham

        I read the WHOLE thing. XI is 11 if I’m not mistaken as opposed to the 6 or VI that it should be and Warrior was not in WWE from 92 to 96. Maybe those mistakes can be explained away as typos but going by this guys twitter, he’s looking for work as a writer, so, maybe he should have a higher standard for fact checking and proof reading! Unless there’s something I missed that you want to point out to me, I would suggest you tell me because reading it again, I just saw the same errors.

        • Negatist

          No, the columnists for this site are even more retarded than those leaving threads and replies in the posts, believe it or not!

        • FrostyRSIFX

          OK sorry, I misunderstood the point you were trying to make. Carry on.

  • Nandan Leon

    sounds like the negatist is bitter

  • I Doubt A Suicide Happened So The Ultimate Warrior Could “Immortalize” Himself In The WWE’s Hall Of Fame (But In The WWE, Anything Can Happen). I Think It Was Coincidence That His Death Occurred So Soon After The Induction.