- 06/27/2013, 11:15PM ET
PCH said 06/27, 11:15 PM
excluding: Warrior vs Hogan, WM 6.
my first pick is an odd ball. For the Warrior fan, this one stood out like a sore thumb.
the match lasted 2:21 .
Also, Warrior beat his **** with Sable by this side, has to count for something. Awesome return to the 'Mania for the Warrior!!!!
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 06/28, 07:23 PM
My first choice is the Ultimate Warrior's defeat of the Honky Tonk Man for the Intercontinental Championship.
The Honky Tonk Man had held the Intercontentinental title starting in the spring of 1987 and into the late summer of 1988 for over 400 straight days and it seemed like no one would ever beat him for the title. His long run with the title has Honky Tonk claiming til this day that he was the greatest Intercontentinental Champion of all time but his loss to Warrior was anything but a great showing for Honky Tonk.
At SummerSlam in 1988, the Ultimate Warrior defeated The Honky Tonk Man for the Intercontinental Championship in 30 seconds. That's right less than a minute and if I remember right about 20 seconds of that consisted of Honky stalling. As soon as Warrior got his hands on Honky it was straight into the Gorilla Press Slam and one big splash later it was all over.
This started the run that ultimately led to Warrior beating Hogan for the Heavyweight title at WM6 and briefly holding both titles.
I have to end this by saying, Warrior is better remebmered for his ring entrance which lasted longer than most of his matches but not by much!
PCH said 06/29, 02:17 AM
Summer Slam '92
Warrior vs Macho..
Nothing like two TOP competitors hugging it out at the end. awwwwwwwwww lol Also, Macho and the Warrior had already had a classic @ 'Mania. Wembley stadium was rocking when Warrior took the apron..
Mr. Perfect was in attendance, and the dirtiest player in the game messed up for the Warrior.
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 06/30, 09:06 AM
WrestleMania VII Retirement Match
Warrior vs Macho Man Randy Savage
This is the match that forced Savage to the announcers desk.
The WWE calls this match the defining performance of Warrior's career.
There are two things that made this match memorable for me.
Keep in me that this is before I realized that retirement stips in wrestling don't mean a hill of beans. At the time this was one of the only retirement matches that I really didn't want either wrestler to lose and have to leave the WWF (I did know enough back then to know that neither were leaving wrestling just the WWF). I was a hugh fan of both wrestlers and that built up the drama for me as I didn't want either one to leave. Of course the loser, Savage never left the WWF and just switched jobs for a while as I already mentioned.
The other reason this match is memorable to me is cause a few months later Warrior disappeared from the ring suddenly. This was the end of Warrior's full time wrestling career as he only made sporadic short lived appearances until his last match in WCW in 1998. So the winner of the retirement match ended up gone from the WWF and not the loser. GO figure.
PCH said 06/30, 05:11 PM
Ultimate Warrior vs. Bobby Heenan: Weasel Suit Match - June 25, 1988
bobby hennan running for his life was funny as He.l.l
Warrior conquered Rude, beat up on Perfect, and also locked horns with Hercules, so it was only fitting he take out the leader, coach, and manager, Bobby the "Brain".
Polar opposites, these two made a GREAT confrontation.
for shitz n giggles, the most Unmemorable match: Warrior vs Hogan 2 Halloween Havoc...
Should've never happened, never!
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