"Q&As is such a viable part of what we do. I’m going to do a bit of a monologue and tell stories that tie to my journey, then the Q&A portion. The questions are no holds barred.
Ask what you want. I don’t think it’s my place to edit the audience or suppress their curiosities. If I can answer it, I will. If the answer is going to embarrass someone or their families or if someone is just looking for the proverbial dirt, I always tell everybody they can ask me anything you choose and there is no topic that is off limits.
That said I’m going to answer them or address them in good taste. It’s like someone asking, ‘Who is the most promiscuous wrestler that you ever knew?’ It’s just an analogy, but I can give them an answer. I don’t know if it would be accurate. I don’t know how that answer will set with someone’s family or grandchildren. I will address the question because I don’t want to be rude, but I won’t answer a question like that. I will reserve the right to address the question as I feel is appropriate, but if I do give you an answer, it will be honest."
While his Tweet might be unrelated to wrestling, The Ultimate Warrior posted the following on Twitter after Raw last night: