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  • May 6, 2012
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A look at one of the most insane and energetic performers in WWF(E)'s history. Very lopsided at times and while it comes off as a burial, the Warrior is so entertaining that it becomes hard to bury him.
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May 08, 2012
I remember how he first became Intercontinental champ by beating Honky tonk man LOL
May 08, 2012
HTM is one of my favorites and that roar of the crowd when Wahhyahh won was unBELIEVEABLE.
 
May 08, 2012
I agree.
May 08, 2012
Oh yeah.
 
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review by . May 08, 2012
WHEN THIS WARRIOR HITS 88 MPH, YOU'RE GOING TO SEE SOME SERIOUS DESTRUCITY HO' KOGIN!
The Ultimate Warrior, one of the craziest, most insane, colorful and energetic men to ever appear in the WWF: and if this documentary is to be belived also one of the biggest losers they ever hired.      WWF really likes to rework it's history and while this doc makes mention of THREE times they tried hiring the tassle wearing one, never once does it seem to be WWF's fault for his actions.  Cut to his WCW years, and Warrior was just an embarrassing goof who wasted …
review by . April 28, 2012
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BRINGS ME BACK
               THE SELF-DESTRUCTION OF THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR      After being one of the most famous talked about wrestlers in the history of the sport it seemed as if we would never hear about The Warrior again after his short stint in WCW. But then a form of filmmaking called the documentary as brought to life the memory of one of professional wrestling's most colorful forgotten figures. It seems like yesterday I was seeing …
Quick Tip by . April 28, 2012
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
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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. …
review by . September 28, 2005
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First things first, I am was and still am a HUGE Ultimate Warrior fan. I got back into wrestling from 1997-2002 (I still watch it here and there but no longer consider myself a fan any more) and cheered for wrestlers like The Rock before he was big all the way up until he left (probably the single biggest reason why I lost interest in WWE again). Before that time I was a WWF fan from 1987-1993 and I absolutely loved the Ultimate Warrior. Bar none, he is my favorite wrestler of all time, as short …
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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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