The Ultimate Warrior is back with another video titled, “Warrior Sets the Record Staight”. The man from Parts Unknown talks about his upcoming return, his previous use of illegal performance enhancing drugs, his love for bodybuilding and more. There’s also some new high-definition footage of Warrior in the gym and he appears to be getting bigger by the week. Here’s a recap: People who think he’s not taking return seriously are in for a rude awakening. Warrior asks, “How can I be so ripped at almost 50 years old?” He states that he has not taken illegal performance enhancing drugs since they were banned in 1991. He attributes his incredible physical stature to many years of intense training, self discipline and taking care of himself. Even though he has not portrayed the Ultimate Warrior character in 10 years, he never gave up his love for training. He looks around at his peers and says its horrible how these guys let themselves go and abuse their bodies. Warrior talks about his workout routine, saying he’s tried many different approaches over the years. Some guys like to work out their chest and full-body workout and do not cut corners. He likes to focus on high-repetition sets (15-20 reps) and sometimes warms up with a 30-repetition set. Warrior believes physical exercise is one of the keys to health and happiness. He talks about being inspired by the great American heroes and stories.
The top matches for WWE Night of Champions thus far are Triple H vs. John Cena for the WWE Title and Kane vs. Big Show for the ECW Title. Several older names are also expected to make cameos on the show.
WWE officials were not happy about the million dollar giveaway website crashing last night. Because high interest caused the sweeps/eprize.net website to crash, plus the amount of exposure WWE has gotten in the press for the promotion, many in WWE are expecting a “significant increase” in the RAW rating for last night. Keep in min the WWE.com website did NOT crash, only the link to the Eprize.net site did.