Who said anything about coming back to the business? That has nothing to do with him failing to handle business properly.
Knowing his name value doesn't make it acceptable for him to hold up Vince for more money minutes before bell time, nor does it make it acceptable for him to rip off a promoter between his second and third WWE run. You taking things completely out of context.
In terms of handling business, Warrior wasn't good at it and has done some questionable things. Has nothing to do with him refusing to come back, but more so what he did within the span of 5 years. Not only was he rather green but he was difficult to work with, unreliable (eventhough he should get a pass, given the circumstances regarding his father) and flat out, did not meet Vince's expectations when he envisioned Warrior becoming face of the company.
Face it, it's a reason Warrior has been let go on 3 different occasions and I'm not placing total blame on him, as I think Vince is so stuck in his ways, it would have to be highly profitable for him to even be on working terms with Warrior, which at this point, I doubt either is interested in. It's simple, Warrior really wants nothing to do with the business, has a good life outside of it and Vince doesn't care either way because Warrior was such a headache to deal with but at the time, it was worth it. It's not worth it any more, for either man.
But how was he a bad businessman then?
What a horrible night to have a curse
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