"I was sent in a capsule from a place long from here and I came here for one reason: to attack and keep coming. Not to ask but just to give. Not to want but just to send... send the power of the Warrior down everybody's throat in the WWF till they become sick of it. Well you're gonna get sick of it because this freak of nature right here is just beginning to swell. And when I get big enough, brother, there ain't gonna be room for anybody else but me and all the Warriors floating through the veins, and the power of the Warrior."
"'How must I prepare?' You must ask yourself! 'Should I jump off the tallest building in the world? Should I lay on the lawn and let 'em run over me with lawnmowers? Should I go to Africa and let 'em trample me with raging elephants?'"
"Load the spaceship with the rocket fuel, load it with the words..."The Ultimate Warrior is one of the most famous names of Professional Wrestling from the late 80s and early 90s. He is best-known for his appearances in WWE in the late 80s and early 90s, where he had a famous match at WrestleMania VI defeating Hulk Hogan for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Back then he was seen as the next big legend of wrestling, the next Hogan, so to speak.Unfortunately now, he's more infamous for being a Cloudcuckoolander, having legally changed his name from Jim Hellwig to Warrior in order to use it outside the WWE, his short-lived comic book containing bizarre imagery and Walls of Text (which was featured on The Spoony Experiment and Atop the Fourth Wall), his disastrous run in WCW in the late 90s, again feuding with Hogan in what is now seen as one of the worst pay-per-view matches in the history of pro wrestling, and his nonsensical promos (such as the one above).He has an outside career as a conservative lecturer. Yes, really. Hence, you can call him "Professor Warrior".As usual, That Other Wiki has a complete rundown on the Warrior's career.
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