The Ultimate Warrior died on April 8, 2014, at the age of 54. It was sad and shocking news as he had reconciled with WWE and Vince McMahon. Moreover, in the previous three days, the Ultimate Warrior had returned to WWE and reignited the imagination of his fans who had all grown up.
- April 5, 2014 – He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Linda McMahon. His speech was captivating to fans and well praised by them.
- April 6, 2014 – He appeared at WrestleMania XXX as part of the Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
- April 7, 2014 – He appeared on Raw to thank his fans with a nostalgic performance.
“Always believe” were his words. He was charismatic, stood by his thoughts, and was true to his fans.
The following are a list of his known PPV matches.
WWE PPV Record (17-2)
- Note: No Holds Barred (The Ultimate Warrior vs Dino Bravo) was a dark match. The No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie PPV consisted of the movie and a pre-recorded match. Recordings took place on December 12, 1989 at Nashville, Tennessee for the Wrestling Challenge taping. In addition to the main event match, four other matches were taped but not aired on PPV. One of those was the WWF Intercontinental Champion, the Ultimate Warrior, versus Dino Bravo.
|In Your House 7: Good Friends, Better Enemies||The Ultimate Warrior||Goldust (with Marlena and Goldust’s Bodyguard) by countout|
|In Your House 8: Beware of Dog||The Ultimate Warrior||Owen Hart|
|King of the Ring (1996)||The Ultimate Warrior||Jerry Lawler|
|No Holds Barred||The Ultimate Warrior||Dino Bravo|
|Royal Rumble (1991)||Sgt. Slaughter (with General Adnan)||The Ultimate Warrior|
|SummerSlam (1988)||The Ultimate Warrior||The Honky Tonk Man (with Jimmy Hart)|
|SummerSlam (1989)||The Ultimate Warrior||Rick Rude (with Bobby Heenan)|
|SummerSlam (1990)||The Ultimate Warrior||Rick Rude (with Bobby Heenan)|
|SummerSlam (1991)||Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior||Sgt. Slaughter, Colonel Mustafa, and General Adnan|
|SummerSlam (1992)||The Ultimate Warrior||Randy Savage by countout|
|Survivor Series (1988)||The Ultimate Warrior, Brutus Beefcake, Sam Houston, The Blue Blazer, and Jim Brunzell||The Honky Tonk Man, Ron Bass, Danny Davis, Greg Valentine, and Bad News Brown (with Jimmy Hart)|
|Survivor Series (1989)||The Ultimate Warriors (The Ultimate Warrior, The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty) and Jim Neidhart)||The Heenan Family (Bobby Heenan, André the Giant, Haku and Arn Anderson)|
|Survivor Series (1990)||The Warriors (The Ultimate Warrior, The Legion of Doom (Hawk and Animal), and The Texas Tornado)||The Perfect Team (Mr. Perfect and Demolition (Ax, Smash, and Crush)) (with Bobby Heenan and Mr. Fuji)|
|Survivor Series (1990)||Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior, and Tito Santana (the Babyface team)||Ted DiBiase, Rick Martel, The Warlord, and Power and Glory (Hercules and Paul Roma) (with Virgil and Slick) (the Heel team)|
|WrestleMania IV||The Ultimate Warrior||Hercules (with Bobby Heenan)|
|WrestleMania V||Rick Rude (with Bobby Heenan)||The Ultimate Warrior|
|WrestleMania VI||The Ultimate Warrior (Intercontinental Champion)||Hulk Hogan (WWF Champion)|
|WrestleMania VII||The Ultimate Warrior||Randy Savage (with Sensational Queen Sherri)|
|WrestleMania XII||The Ultimate Warrior||Hunter Hearst Helmsley (with Sable)|
WCW PPV Record (1-1)
- In WCW, he was known as “The Warrior”
|Fall Brawl (1998): War Games||Team WCW (Diamond Dallas Page, Roddy Piper, and The Warrior)||nWo Hollywood (Hollywood Hogan, Bret Hart, and Stevie Ray) and nWo Wolfpac (Kevin Nash, Sting and Lex Luger)|
|Halloween Havoc (1998)||Hollywood Hogan||The Warrior|
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