Following the conclusion of Monday Night Raw from London, England, WWE aired their 25 minute fallout show. The show began with the announcers recapping the end of Raw and Randy Orton's RKO to J&J security, also highlighting Seth Rollins' scarce escape. Orton posed for the fans a while before taking his leave. The announcers then transitioned into a remembrance for The Ultimate Warrior. Warrior passed away on April 8th 2014, a single day after his now famous promo on Monday Night Raw. The first Raw a year since that day, Vince McMahon made a special appearance in a pre-taped interview in which he made praise to the Warrior's spirit and passion for the business. WWE then proceeded to show an exclusive first look at the upcoming Warrior DVD release documenting his career and the days up until his death, including his Hall of Fame induction and appearance at Wrestlemania XXX. The DVD, entitled "Always Believe" is released today in the United States. The footage shown on the Raw Fallout show invited a candid look into the last days of Warrior's life and emotionally charged comments from his wife Dana and two young daughters. Warrior, born James Hellwig, died 371 days ago. He was 54.
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