In this case, it's looking like 3 sides to the story. Warrior's side, Vince's side & the truth. And to be honest, we might not ever know the truth.
But, fact is the burial isn't because of him holding Vince up for money, it's a combination of shit that happened in 1991, 1992 and 1996 that made Vince totally dislike him and we might never know exactly why.
Warrior throwing that tantrum was smart on his behalf, as I've said countless times. But if I'm Vince, Warrior would have never been brought back after Summerslam 1991. It's also your opinion that Warrior/Savage made Wrestlemania 7 great but it's also a reason why Warrior wasn't champ going into Wrestlemania 7. And if he thought he should be making what Hogan made, that's where the problem started. Hogan was established before WWE, Warrior had to be built up, which led to him thinking he was a bigger star than he was and WWE realized they pushed him too far. His ego got too big and I don't think he ever lost clean in WWE.
Well obviously you are right, 3 sides of the story, but judging by looking at the Warrior interviews and videos, he seems like an unorthodox guy, but honest stand up guy with lots of integrity, who believes in right or wrong and are compared to others willing to defend his beliefs.
What I do disagree with you is the part that you should not bring him back, becasue none of us know what they talked about and how they settled their differences, and Warrior got back in 1992, from a business standpoint it was the smartest thing Vince could do at the time, because Hogan was elaving and WWF needed a big name wrestler, and I dare to say that Warrior was alomst, if not as big as Hogan. So from a makreting and business standpoint I think it was smart of Vince to bring Warrior back.
Maybe Warrior was entitled to make Hogan money, maybe he was not, who knows? But Warrior claimed that Hogan made like 4-5 times at least as much pay for WM 7 thasn Warrior, so say if Warrior made like 100.000 from WM7 while Hogan got 900.000, I see why Warrior wanted more money. He might not have been Hogan, but he was not way beneth him either, in fact Warrior was the second biggest star in the company. And as for the reason Warrior was not the champ going in to WM, many fans claim he "failed his title run", to me, he was not given with the right opponents which all champions need to have lined up for them. Hogan got to wrestle the biggest heel in the Company (Earthquake) While Warrior had to wrestle Rick Rude again (For the 4th time on TV). Also I've seen a discussion earlier that Hogan and slaugheter needed the title more than Warrior-Savage, because they already had the Career match. So IMO, Warrior might not have deserved the Hogan maoney, but he sure as hell, made WM7 along with Savage, and he was not lgithyears after Hogan in terms of star power. so at least he woudl have a reasonable payday. But It is not the first time Vince have underpaiedhis wrestlers. Hogan had the same problem in 2005. The Cliq also had those problems in 1994.
But as some people say that Warrior got fired in 1992, well there is two sides of that story too, and I do believe Warriors story on why he was fired more over WWF's story. According to WWF he got fired because he failed a steriod test. But according to Warrior, it was so much more than that, he and The Birtish Bulldog were scapegoats due to the upcomming steroid trial Vince was facing, so I understand why Vince fired him, and tbh, I dont think any of them would have been fired if it wasnt for this steroid trial.
Sure Warrior got a big ego, but so do many wrestlers who makes it. It is a natural thing. As for Warrior never losing clean, that had nothing to do with his ego, can you please give me an example of when he refused to lose clean?
To me, it was never the time for Warrior to pass the torch due to his departures in 1991, 1992 and 1996, so he never had the chance to lose clean since he was brought back to be THE guy for the company, so I dont see how it would be smart to have him lose clean early in his comebacks.