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Old 03-19-2012, 03:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: How many matches has Ultimate Warrior lost cleanly in his career?

I'm sure he must have lost cleanly when he was Dingo Warrior. But when he became Ultimate Warrior, he was basically billed as the second coming of Hulk Hogan, so it's would be no surprise if he never lost cleanly.
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He lost the Intercontinental Title "cleanly" when he vacated it after beating Hogan at Mania...
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As far as Warrior known losses goes from his WWF stint and onwards, here goes:


2007 -
*None

1998 -
*1 by pinfall to Hogan on WCW Halloween Havoc, not clean

1996 -
*None

1993 -
*None

1992 -
*1 by CO in a tag match against Nasty Boys teaming with Savage on SNME Taping

1991 -
*29 Steel Cage Matches against WWF Champion Sgt Slaughter on houseshows
*5 WWF Title Matches by DQ to WWF Champion Sgt slaughter at hosueshows
*4 Steel Cage Matches to Randy Savage on Houseshows (One was taped at MSG and released on Coliseum Home Video)
*1 WWF Title defense against Sgt Slaughter at Royal Rumble by PINFALL, not clean, Savage interferred hugely

1990 -
*20 WWF Title Defenses to Randy Savage by Count Out on the houseshows, not clean
1 got eliminated from The Royal Rumble match

1989 -
*21 WWF Title Matches/IC Title Defenses against WWF Champion Randy Savage by CO on the hosueshows, due to interference (At least two matches was taped
*5 IC Title matches to IC Champion Rick Rude by Count Out and DQ on the househsows due to interference.
*1 IC Title defense to Rick Rude by PINFALL, due to interference, at WrestleMania V

1988 -
*7 IC TItle Defenses to Honky Tonk Man by Count Out during the Houseshows
*1 Single Match to Dino Bravo by PINFALL, when Bravo used the ropes for leverage at a hosueshow in June in Montreal
*1 Single Match to Andre The Giant by PINFALL, CLEAN
*At least 14 Bunkhouse Battle Royals was won mostly by Duggan on the houseshows
*1 Royal Rumble Match, won by Jim Duggan
*1 Tag Team Match against One Man Gang and Ron Bass by Count Out, teaming with Don Muraco. The match was televised

1987 -
*1 Single Match to Rick Rude by PINFALL, not known if clean or not. on a houseshow
*1 Battle Royal won by Bam Bam Bigelow, televised



So to sum this list up. Warrior only lost a handful of times by pinfall. Never by submission.

WWF @ Richfield, OH - Coliseum - December 28, 1987 (8,000)
Rick Rude pinned the Ultimate Warrior
WWF @ Cesena, Italy - April 1988
Andre the Giant pinned the Ultimate Warrior with a sit-down splash after kicking Warrior in the face as he charged the corner
WWF @ Montreal, Quebec - Forum - June 29, 1988 (11,000+)
Dino Bravo pinned the Ultimate Warrior at 8:23 by grabbing the ring ropes for leverage; after the bout, Warrior assaulted Frenchy Martin
WrestleMania V - Atlantic City, NJ - Trump Plaza - April 2, 1989 (18,946; 17,500 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts -
Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior at 9:42 to win the title as the champion attempted a suplex into the ring, Heenan swept Warrior's leg out from under him, and held the foot down during the cover; after the bout, Warrior attacked Heenan, dropped him with the gorilla press slam, and chased backstage to find Rude
Royal Rumble 91 - Miami, FL - Arena - January 19, 1991Pay-per-view bouts -
Sgt. Slaughter pinned WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior at 12:46 to win the title with an elbow drop after Randy Savage and Sensational Sherri interfered, with Savage smashing his scepter over Warrior's head; Gen. Adnan, who came ringside with Slaughter, ran backstage after the opening moments of the contest after Warrior easily fought off a double team attack; moments later, Sensational Sherri came ringside and grabbed Warrior's leg, with him chasing her down the asile until he was jumped by Randy Savage near the entrance way; Savage dropped Warrior with a clothesline and hit him across the back with a spotlight stand as Slaughter distracted the referee; late in the bout, Warrior hit the flying shoulderblock and prepared for the gorilla press slam but Sherri returned ringside and distracted the champion from the apron; moments later, Warrior pulled her into the ring and press slammed her onto Savage, who had just appeared ringside; seconds later, a knee to the back by Slaughter resulted in Warrior laying his head on the middle rope, allowing Savage to hit him in the head with the sceptor; after coming to his senses, Warrior ran backstage to find Savage

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 21, 1991
Televised on the MSG Network -
Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match at 10:33 by escaping over the top while the Warrior was distracted by an interfering Sensational Sherri, who entered through the door and climbed the cage to choke Warrior with her clothing; after the bout, Savage was able to escape the cage after a number of referees and the Nasty Boys restrained Warrior; moments thereafter, Warrior hit the gorilla press slam on Sherri (Best of the WWF: Steel Cage Matches, Mega Matches, The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time)
WWF @ Cedar Rapids, IA - Five Seasons Center - January 26, 1991 (matinee) (5,000)
Randy Savage defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match
WWF @ Omaha, NE - Civic Auditorium - January 27, 1991 (matinee) (5,000)
Randy Savage defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match
Halloween Havoc 98 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena - October 25, 1998 (10,663; sell out)
Pay-per-view bouts -
Hulk Hogan pinned the Warrior at 14:18 after Horace Hogan interfered and hit Warrior in the back of the head with a steel chair as Eric Bischoff distracted referee Nick Patrick; Warrior fought off the interference of Vincent, Stevie Ray, and the Giant mid-way through the bout; after the match, Hogan told his nephew he had passed the test and then hugged Horace; Horace then poured lighter fluid on Warrior, prompting security to rush the ring and get Hulk and Horace away from Warrior



This list is not complete, but his is the known losses of Ultimate Warrior I know about so far and I have about 1250 matches with Warrior collected in my listings.

If anyone got any other info, please fill me in
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Damn.

I remember loving warrior, if he was around today I'd loathe him.
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Damn.

I remember loving warrior, if he was around today I'd loathe him.
Yep, he was, along with Sting, always my fave wrestler, turned out he was a dick all along

Still enjoy watching him in old vids running in a 10000mph though!!
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I too enjoy his matches. I dont care for Warrior the person as much as I care for Terry Bollea and Bret Hard and Michael Hickenbottom. it is the character I enjoy
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Damn does Savage have the most televised wins over Warrior??? Crazy...
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I know of two from his Bladerunner Rock and Dingo Warrior days.

WCWA (World Class) Texas Heavyweight title 06/21/1987
Al Perez pinned Dingo Warrior to win the title.

As Bladerunner Rock he was pinned by Ted DiBiase clean. I can't find a date for it, but I've seen the video years ago. *EDIT* See Below for match details.

DiBiase is one of only three known wrestlers to have pinned both Sting and Ultimate Warrior, the other two being Rick Rude and Hulk Hogan (who pinned Sting in a tag match).

It is also very likely that Dr. Death Steve Williams pinned him. Possibly one of the Von Erichs as well.
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This list is not complete, but his is the known losses of Ultimate Warrior I know about so far and I have about 1250 matches with Warrior collected in my listings.

If anyone got any other info, please fill me in
I did some research years ago on Ultimate Warrior matches, and I have some listings from prior to WWF debut. Since it looks like you collect match results like I do I figure I would help a brother out. Here is what I have, and it is NOT complete:

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Red Bastien and Rick Bassman form Power Team USA in California in 1985. Members: "Justice" Jim Hellwig, "Commando" Mark Miller, "Glory" Garland Donnoho, and "Flash" Steve Borden. The team quickly disbands.

The Freedom Fighters tag team forms; Flash & Justice (Borden & Hellwig)

Mid South:
The Freedom Fighters defeated Tom Branch & The Spoiler
(11-25-1985: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)

The Freedom Fighters defeated Jerry Bryant & Lou Winston
(12-2-1985: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)

Phil Hickerson accuses The Bladerunners of being green, and good for nothing but "sticking steroids in your booty!"

Koko B. Ware & Phil Hickerson defeated The Freedom Fighters via DQ
(12-9-1985: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)
The Freedom Fighters broke Phil Hickerson's arm with the ring timer's bell, and made a heel turn.

Jerry Lawler & Phil Hickerson vs The Freedom Fighters
(12-??-1985)

Jerry Lawler & Austin Idol defeated The Freedom Fighters
(12-16-1985: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)

Some time during this period, the team changed their name to "The Bladerunners". Justice changed his name to "Rock". Eddie Gilbert was their manager.

The Fantastics vs The Bladerunners
(12-28-1985: Nashville, TN)

The Fantastics defeated The Bladerunners via DQ
(12-30-1985: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)


The Fantastics defeated The Bladerunners via DQ
(1-2-1986: Lexington, KY)

Phil Hickerson & Billy Joe Travis defeated The Bladerunners via DQ
(1-5-1985: Memphis, TN)

Phil Hickerson & Billy Joe Travis defeated The Bladerunners via DQ
(1-6-1986: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)

The Bladerunners defeated Phil Hickerson & The Spoiler
The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated The Bladerunners
(1-13-1986: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)

The Bladerunners & Ken Wayne defeated Phil Hickerson, The Spoiler, & Billy Joe Travis
(1-20-1986: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)

The Bladerunners defeated Billy Travis & The Spoiler
(1-21-1986: Louisville, KY)

Phil Hickerson & The Spoiler defeated Buddy Wayne & Bladerunner Rock
(1-27-1986: Memphis, TN: Mid-South Coliseum)


March 1986; Mid-South relaunches as Universal Wrestling Federation "UWF".

The Bladerunners defeated Steve Doll & Perry Jackson
(3-??-1986)
UWF debut. At about this time, Borden changed his name to "Sting".

The Bladerunners defeated Dave Peterson & Perry Jackson
(3-14-1986: Houston, TX)

The Bladerunners defeated Dave Peterson & Brett Sawyer
(3-23-1986: Houston)

The Bladerunners defeated Brett Sawyer & Dave Peterson
(3-29-1986: Oklahoma City, OK)

The Bladerunners defeated Brett Sawyer & Dave Peterson
(4-5-1986: Jackson, MS)

Bladerunner Rock defeated Tracy Smothers
(4-27-1986: Tulsa, OK)

Steve Williams defeated Bladerunner Rock
(5-3-1986: Springfield, MO)

The Bladerunners vs Ted DiBiase & Steve Williams
(5-9-1986)

Koko Ware & Steve Williams battled The Bladerunners to a Draw
(5-27-1986: Jackson, MS)

The Bladerunners & Kortsia Korchenko defeated Perry Jackson, Brett Sawyer, & Jeff Gaylord
(6-8-1986: Tulsa, OK: TV taping)

Ted Dibiase & Steve Williams defeated Bladerunner Rock & Kortsia Korchenko
(6-10-1986: Plaquemine, LA)

Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts defeated the Bladerunners
(6-14-1986: New Orleans, LA)
Superdome Extravaganza.

Ted DiBiase defeated Bladerunner Rock
(6-30-1986: Houston, TX)
7th match in a tournament for the UWF World Heavyweight Title that was ultimately won by Terry Gordy. DiBiase pinned Rock.

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Need specific info help on the follwoing (dates, cities, arenas, etc):

The Bladerunners & Kortsia Korchenko vs Jim Duggan, Koko B. Ware, & Doc Watts

The Bladerunners vs Bret Sawyer & Sean O'Reilly

The Bladerunners vs Sean O'Reilly & Perry Jackson

The Bladerunners vs Tracy Smothers & Graham

The Bladerunners vs Ken Massey & Sean O'Reilly

The Bladerunners vs Tracy Smothers & Rick Gibson
(OU Campus)

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WCCW

Dingo Warrior & Socko defeated Tim Brooks & The Grappler (Len Denton)
Dingo Warrior & Socko defeated Brian Adias & Scott Casey
Lance Von Erich & Chris Adams defeated Dingo Warrior & Socko (Socko was pinned)
(9-1-1986: Fort Worth, TX: Convention Center: Labor Day Star Wars)
A World Class Tag Team title tournament.

WCCW Tag Champs Matt Borne & Buzz Sawyer defeated Dingo Warrior & Steve Simpson via DQ
(10-12-1986: Dallas, TX: 3rd Cotton Bowl Extravaganza)

Dingo Warrior defeated Master Gee in a chain match
(11-27-1986: Dallas, TX: Reunion Arena: Thanksgiving Star Wars)

Dingo Warrior & Matt Borne defeated the U.S. Express
Gary Hart managed Warrior at this time.

Dingo Warrior defeated Chico Cabello & Perry Jackson
Warrior pinned both men.

Dingo Warrior defeated Chris Adams via pinfall

Dingo Warrior vs Brian Adias

Dingo Warrior vs Rick Rude
(9-23-1986)

Dingo Warrior vs Rick Rude - Arm Wrestling

Dingo Warrior vs Jack Victory

Dingo Warrior vs Crusher Yurkoff (aka: Bam Bam Bigelow)

Dingo Warrior & Rick Rude vs Brian Adias & Perry Jackson

Dingo Warrior, Buzz Sawyer, & Matt Borne vs Kevin, Mike, & Chris von Erich

Dingo Warrior, Buzz Sawyer, & Matt Borne vs Kevin, Mike, & Lance von Erich
Sawyer & Borne turned on their partner, and Warrior turned face. Percy Pringle III was Warrior's manager at this time.

Dingo Warrior & Rick Rude vs Kevin & Mike von Erich
(10-10-1986)

Dingo Warrior wins a 20 man Battle Royal
(10-27-1986: Dallas, TX)

Dingo Warrior & Steve Simpson vs Buzz Sawyer & Matt Borne

Dingo Warrior & Scott Casey defeated Tim Brooks & Spike Johnson

Dingo Warrior defeated The Grappler

Dingo Warrior vs WCCW Champion Chris Adams

Dingo Warrior & Tony Atlas defeated Matt Borne & Black Bart

Dingo Warrior & Lance Von Erich vs Black Bart & The Grappler

Dingo Warrior vs Abdullah the Butcher (86 or 87)

Dingo Warrior vs Al Madril

Dingo Warrior & Lance von Erich vs The Grappler & Bob Bradley

Dingo Warrior vs Bear Collie

Dingo Warrior & Red River Jack (Bruiser Brody) vs The Grappler & Bob Bradley

Dingo Warrior & Matt Borne defeated Brad & Bart Batten
(7-11-1986)

Dingo Warrior vs Chris Adams
(8-8-1986)

Dingo Warrior defeated Tim Brooks
(12/5/1986)

Dingo Warrior & Lance von Erich defeated Master Gee (George Wells) & Matt Borne for the WCCW Tag Team Titles
(11-17-1986: Fort Worth, TX)
One report lists the date as 11-11-1986.

Al Madril & Brian Adias defeated Dingo Warrior & Lance von Erich for the WCCW Tag Team Titles
(12-1-1986)

Dingo Warrior battled Bob Bradley to a DDQ
(12-25-1986: Dallas, TX: Reunion Arena: Christmas Star Wars)
Christmas Star Wars

6/30/86 Ft. Worth
Dingo Warrior beat Mark Youngblood

7/7/86 Ft. Worth
Dingo Warrior beat Perry Jackson

7/11/86 Dallas
Dingo Warrior & Matt Borne beat Battens

7/14/86 Ft. Worth
Brad Batten beat Dingo Warrior dq

7/18/86 Dallas
Bruiser Brody beat Dingo Warrior dq

7/21/86 Ft. Worth
Dingo Warrior beat Mike Scott

7/25/86 Dallas
Handicap match
Dingo Warrior beat Perry Jackson & Chico Carabella

7/27/86 Mesquite
Buzz Sawyer & Matt Borne & Dingo Warrior beat Steve Simpson & Kevin Von Erich & Chris Adams

7/28/86 Ft. Worth
Dingo Warrior beat Lance Von Erich

8/1/86 Dallas
Kevin Von Erich & Bruiser Brody drew Dingo Warrior & Abdullah The Butcher

8/4/86 Ft. Worth
Dingo Warrior beat Brian Adias

8/8/86 Dallas
Dingo Warrior beat Chris Adams
Kevin Von Erich beat Dingo Warrior

8/11/86 Ft. Worth
Rick Rude no contest Dingo Warrior

8/15/86 Dallas
Sweet Brown Sugar beat Dingo Warrior dq

8/22/86 Dallas
Rick Rude no contest Dingo Warrior
Bruiser Brody & Lance Von Erich beat Dingo Warrior & Abdullah The Butcher dq

8/25/86 Ft. Worth
Kevin Von Erich & Bruiser Brody vs Dingo Warrior & Abdullah The Butcher

8/29/86 Dallas
Dingo Warrior beat Rick Rude dq


Dingo Warrior defeated Master Gee
Dingo Warrior defeated Matt Borne
Bob Bradley defeated Dingo Warrior
(1-12-1987: Fort Worth, TX)
Tournament to crown a Texas Heavyweight Champion.

Dingo Warrior defeated Bob Bradley for the Texas Heavyweight Title
(2-2-1987: Fort Worth, TX)

At one point, Dingo Warrior had the title stripped for not defending his title in 30 days, but it was given back.

Al Perez defeated Dingo Warrior for the Texas Heavyweight Title
(6-21-1987: Puerto Rico)
This was Warrior's last match with World Class. Warrior had already began working with the WWF at the time of this match.
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Here's some matches from after he left WWF.

WWS
Ultimate Warrior defeated Hercules Hernandez
(4-27-1993: Vienna, Austria)


NWC
Ultimate Warrior defeated The Honky Tonk Man
(7-22-1995: Las Vegas, NV)


CWA
Ultimate Warrior defeated Ulf Herman
(9-23-1995: Hannover, Germany)
Warrior wins the Power Wrestling Trophy.
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Thanks a lot man, where did you get that info? I have most of those matches, but there were liek 5-6 rare gems I didnt have.

I am very itnerested in Warriors matches between his departure from WWF in 1992, up to his return in 1996. So far I got 9 matches/dates he competed
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