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 Post subject: Ultimate Warrior R.I.P.
PostPosted: Wed Apr 9, '14, 7:27 pm 
Heard this morning on the news of the death of Wrestling's legend, Ultimate Warrior, at the age of 54. So happy that he was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame very recently. Condolences to his many fans and his family. :tombstone: :rose:

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/former-wwe ... .html?vp=1

http://msn.foxsports.com/buzzer/story/w ... -54-040814


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 9, '14, 9:34 pm 
I remember watching the Ultimate Warrior wrestle when I was growing up. He was a little crazy, but a talented in ring entertainer. What a shame that he died 3 days after being inducted into the hall of fame. He didn't get much time to enjoy it did he?


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 9, '14, 10:07 pm 
:tombstone: :rose: :( Even if I wasn't a big fan of wrestling, always sad to hear about this ! RIP ansd consolences to all his family.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, '14, 2:07 am 
Very sad day in wrestling. His last promo seems really prophetic now, I'm glad he was able to at least step in the ring one more time and have his say, he's definitely a legend.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, '14, 12:18 pm 
What made the Ultimate Warrior a Wrestling Legend: http://gma.yahoo.com/made-ultimate-warr ... 02623.html

A nice little article about him.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, '14, 12:20 pm 
He was on monday night RAW and the day after he's not here anymore ! Very sad news and again : RIP.
VISTABLADE : Thanks about this article ! :) To James Hellwig.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, '14, 2:13 am 
Sadly many of the Wrestlers from that time.. the mid 80's though the early half of the 90's haven't lived into old age. I often thought Warrior would be one of the few to escape it.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, '14, 2:29 am 
Yeah, the mortality rate in the wrestling biz is just insane. Goes with the territory, I guess, but I think it's a pity, I wish they could somehow get a union together or whatever and work something out with Vince where they're not on the road pretty much every day of the year, the human body just can't take abuse like that.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, '14, 9:47 pm 
Yes, the mortality rate is indeed impressive...:( may they all RIP.
(the most sad story is, I think, for Chris Benoit : very sad story...:(


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