This is my kind of mediation
For the past three decades the Ultimate Warrior has hated Hulk Hogan, while Hulk Hogan has probably hated The Warrior for at least the past month or so.
Well, to explain Hogan's hatred first is fairly easy. For about the past month or so The Warrior has taken to YouTube and Twitter and has been merciless in decimating words against Hogan.
To explain Warrior's hatred is a bit more complicated, but I think it has something to do with the fact that he's crazy.
Warrior complained about Hogan's running of the backstage and holding people back in the WWF in the '80s and then made scathing allegations about activities that Hogan and his wife partook in.
The Warrior's first statement is kind of common knowledge now, anyone who follows wrestling and has access to the Internet knows a lot about what went backstage in the good old days, so those complaints by the Warrior shouldn't surprise anyone.
The second part, though, the one about Hogan and his wife and that they participated in wife-swapping is a new one.
I have absolutely no idea if what The Warrior is saying is true, half-way true or complete B.S.
Hogan, for his part, has been more civil in his responses. I don't believe he's mentioned The Warrior by name (I could have missed it if he did), but he's made reference of it and just reminds his Hulkamaniacs to stay strong and have faith in God.
For a while this feud has caught the attention of many wrestling fans, in fact I've seen a few articles about it here on Bleacher Report (good job, guys).
However, someone new has gotten wind of this feud and that someone is the Hot Rod, Rowdy Roddy Piper.
Piper has made mention of this feud in his tweets. I noticed he tweeted, "Warrior made some comments I heard that Hogan may sue over. Sex and Wrestling, Warrior talking of Hogan."
I did notice in his tweets that he didn't confirm or deny what The Warrior claimed probably because he has no idea if it's true, but it's still interesting.
Anyways, Piper has offered a way of settling this. He wants to do a special Piper's Pit where he invites both men on, either together or separate and let them hash it out.
I would just like to say I second that motion and that it's too bad that Hogan is part of TNA because seeing that on RAW would be awesome.
That said, I don't know if Piper is contractually obligated to the WWE so maybe this interview could happen on Impact (it would at least give me an excuse to watch Spike TV on Thursdays).
I'm sure they wouldn't be able to use "The Piper's Pit," but if there would be some sort of mediation between these two former Superstars, I'd love to see the Rowdy one be that mediator.
After he's done with Hogan and Warrior maybe Piper can get the NFL Owners and NFLPA together in the Pit and get that mess settled too.
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