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Date Posted: 20:55:32 09/25/03 Thu
Author: Brian
Author Host/IP: user-uinj45j.dialup.mindspring.com /
Subject: Re: warrior post
In reply to: The Shadow 's message, "Re: warrior post" on 20:18:40 09/23/03 Tue

Shadow, I think you are right. Warrior did appear to leave the door somewhat open by saying that if Vince could meet his demands the possibility might be there, a small as those might be. I think a lot of it will depend on Vince, if the WWE is struggling come WM XX, which it is, and he really wants to put WM XX over the top, then I would not be suprised if he gives the Ulimate One a call, to see what it might take. I would love to see what the Warrior demands would be, like how much money, how much control, and how long it would be for. I am sure the Warrrior has a pretty high price these days, specially since it is not Warrior that needs or wants to be back in the WWE, but Vince who might need him back to give his sorry ass WWE some life once again. I would love to see what Las Vegas would give you for odds of the Warrior coming back. 1 billion to 1

>Just when you start to actually believe that the

>Warrior is 100% finished with Vince McMahon and
>wrestling in general, he surprises me once again. In
>the last comments of his recent post, he kind of hints
>at a possible return doesn't he? However an extreme
>longshot, he appears to have left the door open to Mr.
>McMahon to "do whatever it takes" to get him back in
>the ring. If only the Warrior would let it kick him in
>the ... on the way out. I thought he would never
>consider working for Vince ever again, but I thought
>that on the first stint...............then the
>second...........then the third..............perhaps,
>even a possible fourth time around. I don't know what
>to think anymore, we'll just have to wait (and wait)
>to see what happens.

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