Hulk Hogan Shoots on the Ultimate Warrior: The Battle Continues
Over the last year, The Ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan have been engaging in a war of words over the Internet with Warrior shooting several videos on his official YouTube Channel.
In these videos Warrior has commented on several aspects of Hogan's personal life, including his ex-wife Linda Hogan. For the most part, Hogan has not responded to the Warrior's videos or the comments he has made.
That was until February 28th when Hogan spoke with The One Wrestling Show, which is based out of the UK. Hogan made several comments about The Ultimate Warrior in a brief interview he conducted over the phone.
In the interview Hogan seemed agitated about the Warrior and the comments he has made about him, he then talked about their match at WrestleMania VI.
Hogan went into detail about their match at WrestleMania, and commented that Warrior only wanted to do a five minute match. He also insulted Warrior's physical conditioning during that match, and bascially told him that the fans deserve better than that.
Hogan and Warrior have never seen eye to eye, and when Warrior debuted in World Championship Wrestling in 1998 Hogan was reluctant to work with him. He and Hogan worked a program that was going to be an monumental rematch from WrestleMania VI.
The match had taken place at WCW's Halloween Havoc 1998 pay-per-view. It turned out to be one of the worst worked matches in WCW history, and the story-line itself was sub-par. Warrior only lasted a few months after that match, and left WCW shortly after.
Warrior has made his feelings about Hogan clear on various social media mediums such as twitter, Facebook and his YouTube Channel. With these new comments made by Hulk Hogan, Warrior will no doubt rebut with his own unique spin on the “Immortal One” Hulk Hogan.
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