WWE: Ultimate Warrior Signs New Multi Year WWE Deal

The Ultimate Warrior has signed a new multi-year WWE deal, revealing at the Hall Of Fame that he is now...

Grahame Herbert

WWE Editor

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The Ultimate Warrior has signed a new multi-year WWE deal, revealing at the Hall Of Fame that he is now working as an official ambassador for the company.

This likely means he has a agreed to a WWE legends contract and will now do sporadic appearances on the company’s behalf. Expect that to involve some Raw dates and PPV pre-show appearances too. Seeing Warrior on the microphone in a Raw ring would certainly be a compelling sight.

One thing this new deal won’t entail is a return to actual in-ring wrestling for the Warrior. When he received ‘One more match’ chants during his Hall of fame speech, he was quick to shoot the idea down. He mentioned that as an athlete you have to know when your time is up.

The rest of Warrior’s much anticipated induction speech and the Hall of fame in general passed without much incident. Lita and Jake Roberts had nice speeches filled with real emotion, Scott Hall reunited the kliq with HHH, Nash, Waltman and Michaels. Mr T rambled on for a significant amount of time but was well received in the most part. It was left to Warrior to ruffle a few feathers with a few digs at Ted DiBiase and WWE lawyer Jerry McDevitt. The Warrior also dropped one swear word and repeatedly criticised “they” for the self destruction DVD which he was clearly still riled by. All in all though everything was fine and this was nowhere near the controversial car-crash it could have been.