Vince McMahonVincent Kennedy McMahon
- Birthdate: 08/24/1945 (age 70)
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 248 Ib
Vince McMahon is credited with being the greate...
Ultimate Warrior's Letter to Vince McMahon (7/10/91):
Writing this is a different approach in expressing my feelings about the things we discussed the last 2 days under the pressure of TV. Knowing that any second someone would be knocking on the door, etc. Every other avenue we tried – via phone, face to face, myself still walking away with unanswered questions. Always put off till a later date. Always with the same result – no result.
Writing sometimes allows a person to express feelings or say things that don't come in conversations such as we have. Some of the things will once again become repetitive – so what I've heard "in an Essence" at least a million times. I've tried to speak as a friend but sometimes you don't hear. I've spoken as a professional but the direction always gets changed. No, you never let me leave without a response, but the words you speak never have any definitives. My whole life for the last 5 years has had no room for anything but definitives (Los Angeles on Thurs, San Diego on Friday, San Francisco Sat. Sacramento on Sunday, Prime Time on Monday…) but you always have to have the best way of time. Time to say stew things over to work them your way.
I have been from day 1 different from the others. I have sacrificed myself enough both in my personal life and physical well being. The fairness you say you want everyone to have is unfair to me. I grew in 5 years to become what the "Ultimate Warrior" is today, Always questioning, but nonetheless taking him in the direction you wanted him to go past any particular time. Done what would and has taken other 10-15 years.
The points and suggestions you have made over the last 5 years were very well taken. Now I look at other individuals with less than 1/3 the creativity, desire and hunger I had (have) and wonder how you can look and see them as The One. For you as a friend I pray all the things you believe in rise to the surface and present themselves.
Then there is the side that says "What the f man?" When I was thought of as The One the topics of conversation were – "Treat the veterans with respect". The veterans you spite are the very ones who will fuck it up for you. No matter, I listened. I would go to ring push myself to the brink of a heart attack and you would say "When you go to the corner – SMILE"?!?! You spoke of the Ultimate Warrior appealing to all, old, young, ugly, beautiful, fat, skinny, black, white.
A character who would show ups and downs emotions and intensities, sensitivities and cold-heartedness when it was needed. Like a yo-yo I obliged so I could be The One. Where the hell are this man's ups and downs. – Total jugular-vein popping yelling at all times. Is this the Total Picture, character, or presentation that can be The One? I learned with you to show intensity at this level but also to show just as much intensity with the look of my eyes or with the whisper of my voice or even better – extreme intensity in total silence. I did all you asked.
The the long-term plan changed. At first I was reluctant for what I believed were the right reasons – but once again I went with what I knew I could believe in – "Vince has never fucked me." I dealt with what you thought was best no matter what the cost to me, no matter the countless # of sleepless nights there were to come, no matter the # of times I had to knock on your door with questions I should never have had.
For the last 2 1/12 years I should have never had...