I think the DVD they did was about Vince telling him and all the other wrestlers that he could make them but also break them. It was funny how he got others to do his dirty work for him though. Dibiase and Flair were such brown nosers in that DVD. Heenan and Hogan may have genuine reasons for disliking him.
I heard he was pissed about his payoff for wrestlemania 7 which was apparently $550,000 as he felt his match against savage was as much of a draw as Hogan/Slaughter and actually I agree with him. It was and was certainly the best match of the night.
As a person, he confuses me. Sometimes, I read things and think he sounds like a arse - like saying Heenan's cancer was karma and all the stuff about Curt Hennig's death. But other times, I think he is a man of real integrity. Vince has asked him into the hall of fame and he won't do it until WWE admit that DVD was all lies. He is awful about people who attack him but he never attacks first. And people thought he was crazy for saying Hogan was into wife swapping but in light of recent evidence, I actually believe him so maybe not so crazy afterall.
I think that every word he said about Hogan is true, but it's not true that he only attacks people who attack him first.
Hennig, Elizabeth, and Lex never did anything to him. In fact, I remember him saying that Hennig was a good guy in the locker room.
I also disagree that his type of "honesty" is needed. There's being blunt, and then there's being a flat out dick. I can agree with someone saying that still being a drug addict in your 40s is immature, but do you have to act like that's the sum total of a human being? What if we pointed out the absolute worst aspects about Warrior, and said that therefore he deserves to go? Totally unsolicited, by the way.
And that's the thing. He is sooooo damn judgmental, while he has so many issues himself. That's what's weird about it (everyone is judgmental, but he takes it to an extreme level I've never seen before). I don't think that having a drug problem inherently makes you a horrible person. I'd take a drug addict who is kind to the bone (something everyone says about Kerry Von Erich, for example. No one has ever said a bad word about him as a person. And oddly enough, he's the odd one that Warrior hasn't verbally assaulted all that much), over a straight-laced guy who is a total dickhead.
It's not a standalone thing. If it were just that, I wouldn't point it out, and I actually find myself kind of amused by Warrior's rantings anyway. He does have an oddly powerful communication style. But the problem is, it's the way Warrior is about EVERYTHING.
You all should read his piece about his "queering doesn't make the world go around" comment
. That comment in and of itself isn't even the biggest problem, it's the shit he says to defend it that is really over the top.
Just a SMALL taste:
And the dykes, well, they ran out screaming and yelling like speared wild boars that I was a homophobe for making my remarks. Rumor has it that they decided to exit more because I was not getting stimulated by watching their poorly performed two-nightcrawlers-in-heat act. Ah, the incredible, selfless sacrifices the liberal loons will make on behalf of their cause...warms my heart and makes my whole body laugh.
A unhealthy looking, pasty-white, disheveled male queer with burgundy-colored spiked hair stood up and reminded me that I had said I did not know any queer with their emotional life act together. Obviously heartbroken and bothered by this, he enlightenedly added, “How could you say that? Because, you see, you do not know me.” Although it's always easily possible to misjudge someone without giving them an adequate chance to show their real self, I have to say that this queer said more than enough in 13 words for me to say, quite confidently, that he definitely doesn't have his emotional life act together.
Frankly, I was sure she had an eating disorder, but it was hard to tell because she had a baggy sweatshirt on and when I ask her if she did, she denied it. But liberals always lie.
There was a very angry black guy there.
Like an ugly, sexually-confusing molestation they had long buried, I brought these young queers face-to-face with their own valueless, regressively-stimulated history. Let’s face it.
First of all, what in the hell is he doing asking someone if they have an eating disorder?!
It just all reads like a parody of what you'd think an extremist would write. But it's real!
But needless to say, no Warrior doesn't just attack people who attack him first.
My guess would be that it's this type of attitude that has caused him to not have many friends, more than anything else. Even Sting, who rarely says anything negative about anyone, called him "bizarre."
The DVD was a hit piece, no doubt, and I don't even have a problem with him holding Vince up for money. I can't take the "that was unprofessional!" cries seriously, because Vince is unprofessional to a tee. So someone finally one upped him. Good for Warrior.