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Date Posted: 22:38:29 10/25/03 Sat
Author: Scrapiron Bryan
Author Host/IP: pg4px.pg.com /
Subject: Re: Official announcement 10/28/03
In reply to: TheWarrior97 's message, "Re: Official announcement 10/28/03" on 21:51:48 10/25/03 Sat

"The Warrior97" posted:

I have a feeling, deep inside, that Hawks death may have affected him. Could be wrong, but with all the deaths being from only HIS generation.....not the present or the past generations....he might feel that he needs one more run before/if his number comes up.

That's kind of a bleak statement but I can see where you're coming from. Rick Rude worked well with Warrior having a great feud in 88/89. He passed away due to drug use. Davy Boy Smith, along with Dynamite Kid was actually friendly with Warrior when he first started in WWF. Smith is dead because of drug use. Add to the the names of Mr Perfect, Miss Elizabeth and most recently Hawk of LOD. All people involved with wrestling in the same era and have passed on.
And it's true Warrior used steroids himself when he was wrestling, at least in the early part of his career. I'm not telling you anything you don't already know.

Anyhow, I'm sure it is probably something that plays on Warriors mind every time one of his former colleagues passes away before their time.

However I don't think something like this would spur Warrior into making a comeback after all these years.
My own opinion is that Warrior feels he has unfinished business in the ring. True he once reached the very top of the wrestling world. But since then his carer has been dogged by disagreements over money, court battles and egomaniacal wreslters with booking power (Hogan).

I think Warrior feels he same way his fans do:
He needs one more run to cement his status as a true legend of wrestling. Let's hope that this his statement will something to this effect on Tuesday.


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