I'm not sure how widely known it is but the first time Warrior shook the ropes and the crowd went wild he was told by an agent not to shake the ropes again. This old timer told him, "You look stupid when you do that. Don't do it again.". Warrior smiled his mega watt grin and said, "yes, sir." but the next night and the night after that he shook the ropes. He told me when he'd get heat backstage he'd smile, shake his head, and claim he'd been overtaken by the crowd and forgot
I had the best time in Orlando! My greatest experiences were those I was able to be of service to others. I meant it when I said in my HOF speech "Not all love is 'Once Upon a Time Love..'.", that is an important one but there is more. The love I have for my daughters is more fierce than I can describe. The love and loyalty I have for my closest pals is something I treasure. The love affair I am privileged to do, on a larger stage, as WWE Ambassador, is the thread that finall
Certain anniversaries are ugly. I don't know how else to say it but that bluntly. I usually have soaring words or stylized encouragement. Unfortunately, as I sit here to write the most inarticulate thoughts come to mind...things like "my god it sucks he died"...and "it's not fair he will never come home.".
It's in these moments the warrior training punches me in the kisser. It's not "fair" and it does "suck" but as I say to the girls too often, "and, so?"... "now what???".
I cannot believe we are already to Monday! I arrived here last Monday and absolutely fell in love with Orlando! All these Warrior Women and Men have made such an impact on my Wrestlemania experience..
I was so honored to give the 2017 Warrior Award to Eric Legrand. I had my speech written for over a month (with a change or two to include topical moments) and memorized. It was only a week before I was told I'd only have three minutes so much of it had to hit the cutting room