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Re: Why did the Ultimate Warrior leave in 1991,1992 and 1996?
1991: Vince screwed Warrior out of a big payday from WM 7 and paid Hogan most of the Money for the PPV. Warrior only got a fraction. Considering Warrior-Savage was the best match on the card and drew at least as much as Hogan-Slaughter, Warrior felt Vince should pay him what would rightfully owned him. Warrior tried to talk about it to Vince for months, Vince made promises but never Went thru with them, and since Warrior hates bullshit and does not accept to be bullied around, he confronted Vince by claiming he would not appear at Summer Slam. Vince had it comming a long time Before Summer Slam, but tried to bullshit Warrior, Warrior would have none of it and realized his market value.
1992: The upcoming steroid trial made McMahon and Titan sports panic and change direction, trying to get rid of everyone using steroids since McMahon could face a 10 years prison sentence for disturbing steorids to his Wrestlers. Warrior grew a lot during the summer of 1992 in body mass, there is no secret he did it with the help of Steriods. Since Warrior was the Face of the Company at the time, Vince set an example by firing him and later Bulldog. He also released Warlord earlier in the year due to this.
1996: Vince started to sell Warrior merchendise with Warriors slogan and Catch phrase (Always believe)with out telling Warrior and not giving him money for it, so it was a breach of a verbal agreement contract despite the fact that Warrior had trade marked all this. This pissed Warrior out starting to argue with Vince. Then Warriors dad died, sure Warrior did not like his dad, never denied this, but it was his DAD, no matter what, a son lost his father, and Warrior attended his funeral. He even called Vince about it (Maybe on short notice, but he still called Vince to inform him)
What a horrible night to have a curse
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