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Ultimate Warrior Accused Of Fraud Over Memorabilia Valued At $28,000

TMZ is reporting that The Ultimate Warrior has been accused of fraud by Christopher Elias, a sports memorabilia dealer. The two men allegedly agreed to a deal in which Elias would pay $28,000 for select memorabilia from Warrior's personal collection, as well as signed merchandise. The article continues in the following excerpt:

"Elias says he paid Warrior nearly $30k for the gear and the autographs... but claims the wrestler went MIA and never sent Elias any of the promised merchandise.

So, Elias filed the fraud report asking the Santa Fe Sheriff to bring criminal charges against Warrior. He also vows to sue the wrestling great if he doesn't get back his money and memorabilia ASAP."

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Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Logan Walker sending this in.

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