A WWE Hall of Famer wasn’t surprised by the results of The Ultimate Warrior in WCW.
The Ultimate Warrior is often fondly remembered for his original run in WWE, but his time in WCW during the late 1990’s has received a great deal of criticism.
On the latest edition of “Kliq This” podcast, Kevin Nash reflected on Warrior’s WCW run. When asked about the reactions in the WCW locker room when word spread of Warrior’s arrival, Nash answered:
“The man’s dead, and from a point of respect, I will just say that I knew that it was going to be f**king awful.”
“Because I dealt with him at a human level in Phoenix, and he was completely insane.”
“He had already sh*t the bed in New York [in WWE]. How do you use him differently? If Vince [McMahon] can’t control him, and if Vince doesn’t want him, then, Jesus, man, I mean…”
The Ultimate Warrior’s WCW stint was infamously short with him leaving the promotion shortly after losing to Hollywood Hogan at Halloween Havoc 1998.
Transcription via Wrestling Inc.
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