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  • Apr 28, 2012
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This is with out a doubt one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time, I recommend it to every body. Also Christian doing the Warrior interview was great. now it may seem like i agreed with every one on this DVD but i was not there and do not know the whole story. so as a fan i still love the guy, he gave me countless memories that will stay with me. I for one think Warrior should be put into the hall of fame in the WWE, its not about what Vince and them think, it is about the fans. Much like Randy Savage I think it is over due, because there was a time when there was no one as over as the Ultimate Warrior, and that includes Hogan.
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May 06, 2012
Warrior rules. I love how the DVD tries to tell the viewer that his matches were lame but when you compare Warrior to other performers back then, he was about the same. Warrior in another interview even said "anythings fixable" so you might still see him back in the company for a one off or maybe in the HOF.
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Item Name: The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior; Studio: World Wrestling
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Director: Kevin Dunn (III)
DVD Release Date: September 27, 2005
Runtime: 90 minutes
Studio: World Wrestling
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