Ultimate Warrior On Returning To The Ring, Hulk Hogan Comments, Cena Appearances

- Sports Illustrated’s “Extra Mustard” has a new Q&A online with the Ultimate Warrior. In the piece, it’s mentioned that Sting is still wrestling and he’s asked if he has a big match left. Warrior responded by saying not the 90s version of The Ultimate Warrior but he’s still very intense. He said he thinks something “could be arranged.” You can read the piece in its entirety at this link.

- Speaking of the Ultimate Warrior, TMZ Sports caught up with Hulk Hogan at LAX and he said Warrior is a good choice for the WWE Hall of Fame. He said kids aren’t going to want to go to school anymore with the WWE Network. You can watch the encounter at this link.

- John Cena was in New York City on Wednesday, making media rounds about his “10 Weeks Body Change” fitness program. You can watch appearances here and here.

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  • Nostaljack

    By all reports, Warrior (real name…LOL!) has invested wisely and is totally well off. What he means by “could be arranged” means “I’d do it if you pay me incredibly handsomely.” I don’t blame him in the least bit for that either.

    • Ricky

      That’s what Brock is doing. So why not Warrior? He’s interesting and controversial enough to grab attention.

      • Nostaljack

        Agreed. I’m personally getting a little worn on Brock. I’m likely in the minority and will get “downed” mercilessly but that’s how I feel. The nancy-ness that is his voice does him no favors and I’ve already seen him do the “destroy” thing. Warrior is just a total spectacle. His promos were utterly strange in the best way and he could excite a crowd like few others. I’d love to see him again – though not often.

        • Ricky

          To me Brock has been dull since he came back. He just goes through the motions, gets his check and leaves. Rinse, repeat, it gets old. It will be interesting to see what they do with Warrior if they make something work. Warrior was over in his time, only thing was he was better known for his 2 minute squash matches than his longer matches. Maybe his matches against Rude and Hogan are the only exceptions to that.

  • sdunne87

    Warrior V Hogan at Wrestlemania 30?

  • _JIM_

    It’s not like Warrior was some kind of mat technician when he was in his prime. So as long as he can still move around, and has the strength to body slam people he should still be able to go at about the same level.