Ultimate Warrior Accused of $28,000 Worth of Merchandise Fraud

Nick Paglino

The following has been reported by TMZ.com, and was sent in by Logan Walker:

“The Ultimate Warrior has been named in a police report … accused of bilking a collector out of $28k and a ton of wrestling merchandise, including ring-worn wrestling trunks … TMZ has learned. The report was filed with the Sante Fe County Sheriff’s Department in New Mexico by a sports memorabilia dealer named Christopher Elias. Elias claims he struck a $28k deal with Warrior, in which the wrestling legend agreed to send Elias a bunch of classic merchandise from his personal collection. Warrior was also supposed to sign twenty wrestling belts and ten Wrestlemania posters that Elias owned. Elias says he paid Warrior nearly $30k for the gear and the autographs… but claims the wrestler went MIA and never sent Elias any of the promised merchandise.”

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