posted on Apr, 11 2014 @ 02:21 AM
The past thirteen months that we as wrestling fans have ever had to endure. Just last year, the wrestling world and the wrestling fan lost wrestlers
from Doink the Clown to Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon. 2013 was also the year that the wrestling world lost perhaps one of its greatest characters,
personas,managers, or storyteller of the industry in William "Paul Bearer" Moody. It seems that 2014 is off to the same way that 2013 started. We
all know that King Mabel/King Viscera/Viscera/Big Daddy V Nelson Frazier passed away in February. We didn't think that this was going to happen to
The Warrior now since he had just been inducted in the the WWE Hall of Fame. Like a lot of us that have posted in this thread, my brothers and I grew
up watching Warrior, Paul Bearer, Doink on television every weekend. Whether it be the antics on the way to the ring or before the match or the way he
wrestled. We all found something in the Ultimate Warrior that we could all love and that is what kept us tuning back in every week. Back in just to
see what he would do each and every time.
I was ecstatic when I found out last year that he was going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. This meant a chance for myself and the rest of
us to see something that we hadn't seen in twenty years. The Warrior on a World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment produced and a broadcast overseen
by Vince McMahon, Jr. I think that whatever it was that caused this rift between himself, McMahon, and the WWF/E had came to a point where he just
said that he was tired of this rift that had came between him and McMahon in not only their professional life, but in their personal lives as well.
Whatever it was they talked about thoroughly that brought about them just putting their past issues and bygones aside and reconciled with each other.
I also believe that Paul Levesque, Triple H, had a hand in getting them together so that they could reconcile with each other.
Another part of mine and my brothers' childhood died when we found out that he had indeed passed away. I mean, we all saw him both during the Hall of
Fame induction and on Monday Night Raw the next night after WrestleMania. Just for him to collapse and pass away the next night right in front of his
family was both shocking and depressing. Just to think that we saw him in what amounted to be his final days on Earth. Did he know something that we
did not know or even begin to wonder about? Myself and several others believe that he may have been diagnosed with a terminal medical condition that
he did not reveal to anyone, not even those in his family. If he did reveal his terminal illness to anybody, it had to have been revealed to Vince and
Paul. With him revealing that and the fact that he was married with kids. They set him up with a deal where his family would be set for decades after
his and Vince Jr's passing. If that was the case, only the Ultimate Warrior knows the reason behind it. A reason that we may never know about for
years to come.