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Date Posted: 03:21:52 12/04/03 Thu
Author: Scrapiron Bryan
Author Host/IP: p164-188.as1.lmk.limerick.eircom.net /
Subject: Re: Where is everybody?
In reply to: The Shadow 's message, "Re: Where is everybody?" on 20:59:35 12/03/03 Wed

Warrior losing his job because he missed some house shows is one of the most ridiculous things that ever happened in wrestling. The man wanted to spend time with his dying Father for Christ sake! How unreasonable is that?

Vince & co claim that it hurt business. That fans had paid money to see Warrior. That Warrior had disappointed them by no showing. I'm pretty sure that if they had explained WHY he no showed, the fans would have understood. But no. It was somehow deemed better to go out on TV and announce that Warrior would never work for WWF again unless he signed an appearance bond. In doing so alot of the fans turned against Warrior as they were led to believe the whole thing was his fault. People say Vince is smart. He sure outdone himself that time.


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