The pulsating entrance music that caused fans across the country to jump to their feet. The frenetic, high-energy entrance. The lightning-quick matches. The incomprehensible promos.
For five years, the Ultimate Warrior was one of the biggest stars in Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation. He brought an energy, excitement, craziness and unpredictability that other Superstars on the roster were incapable of.
Despite a poor reputation among his co-workers, Warrior's matches against the likes of Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Rick Rude and "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase are perfect examples of what he was capable of when given the opportunity to work with talented opposition.
One of most polarizing Superstars in professional wrestling history, his business relationship with McMahon has experienced its share of ups and downs. As a result, Warrior's stays in the company have been inconsistent and there has been a great deal of hostility between the two sides.
The 2005 WWE DVD release Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior only added more gasoline to the fire, as Warrior took exception to the documentary and took McMahon's company to court.
Luckily for both Warrior and his fans, time has healed old wounds and on April 5 of this year, he will take his place among the greatest sports entertainers when he is inducted into the 2014 Hall of Fame.
In anticipation for the huge honor, here is a look back at Warrior's most ultimate moments in chronological order.