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Yes, bruh, The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Fighter is a DVD that has a bunch of interviews from wrestlers, commentators, and WWF employees. At first, when I was a lad back in the 90's, The Ultimate Fighter was, to me, one of the most bad-ass wrestlers out there. He had the ass-kicking entrance music, the cool face paint, and entrance of a coke head who just drank 8 and a half cups of coffee. This guy was bad-ass. His hero was bad-ass. But back then, I never paid attention to his wrestling ability, which turns out to be cute crappy, and this DVD showcases some of his worst matches. This DVD also showcases his hilariously weird interviews, and lots of wrestlers (and Vinny McMahon) explain his personality and what it was like working with a crazy person who had a cool gimmick and cool entrance music. I gotta say, bruh, this DVD is awesome. It chronicles Warrior's begin with Sting, his rise to bad-assery, and his fall to crazy racist moron (it doesn't now mention that, though). This DVD has it all.At first, you watch this and expect all the interviewees to trash him nonstop. No, people, that's NOT THAT CASE! AHHH! Instead, they now praise him, but subtly bash him. Then, after about the first quarter of the DVD, after they present his victory over Hulk Hogan, then that's where it all goes down. They present a bunch of his backstage interviews, which are some of the funniest things you'll ever see. Seriously, if you're ever constipated, watch these interviews, you'll mess yourself laughing. In those interviews, Fighter just strings together a bunch of words and stories that have something to do with the matches he's talking about. In these interviews, whenever he speaks of other wrestler or an upcoming match, he basically says a complex premise for a ebook or a movie. They also talk about his lack of in-ring ability, and fanatics of the Ultimate Fighter will say, "Oh, well Vince is just angry because Fighter sued them and won!" That may be true, but that doesn't change the face that this DVD shows some truly terrible wrestling on Warrior's part. His timing is off, the moves look sloppy and unconvincing, and his specials look like they wouldn't even harm an ant. Fighter wasn't horrible, but he definitely wasn't very good. His match in WCW with Hulk Hogan was hilarious, too.Lot's of fanatics of the Fighter argue that Vince just threw this DVD together because he was angry that Fighter sued them and won the rights to the name The Ultimate Warrior. That's probably true, Vince was probably mad, but that doesn't change the fact that today, Fighter is a crazy, loony racist moron, and probably was so back then. It also doesn't change the fact that Fighter wasn't much of a wrestler, either. I could also mention that Fighter changed his name, legally, from Jim Hellwig to just Warrior. Now, obviously, if someone were to do this, something has to be wrong up in the cranium. I have to admit, this guy was a bad-ass character, but as a wrestler and as a person? Well, he's not that nice of a wrestler, and as a person, he's a racist. When he was in WWF, he did whatever he wanted (like coming out to the ring in a baseball cap), and when he wrestled, he messed up moves without considering his enemies safety. I know a Fighter fanatic is reading this and saying, "No, I disagree," but if you watch these matches you can tell. This DVD's cute cool overall, but it required to be a tiny longer. Warrior's interviews are hilarious, and hearing another wrestler's opinions of him is cute interesting. It's difficult to trust that such a bad-ass hero was a racist, egotistical idiot. Now, I'm going to summarize Warrior's career of sorts in the style of The Warrior: Now...when the molten steel and lava letters pour out of this keyboard as I punch every ambiguous letter key onto the pc screens of the legends of Cold Cutter Bay....you....readers....will be forced to confront your innermost demons....you will have to GRAB THEIR SWORDS!!!....from their COLD DEAD HANDS!!....you keep that sword up to your face...you take that sword....you read this review of awsomeness...which was written by Lando_Hass....then...you understand that the seemingly placid Jim Hellwig...had been morphed and MUTATED into something else....it's because of the winnings....and the TRIUMPHS that he had grasped and pulled from oblivion, and out into the open...after rising to the top, that he had eventually had to go somewhere that was contrary to UP....which was down....from there, after years in the black oblivion of the abyss....he rose to the middle of the abyss...which was a product of Ted of Turner...ultimately it was WCW....from there, he felt that the middle of oblivion did not meet his ultimate standards....from there, he sunk deeper...deeper, deeper...deeper into the even more oblivious abyss of the oblivion...now, he remains in the packed college rooms, spouting racist remarks and making the least bit of sense...and this DVD had been released from the ruler of W to W to E....to truly reveal the nature of the beast that is THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR!!!!!!! LA-LA-LA-LA-AHHHHHHH!!!Score: 8 out of 10.
I was large wrestling fanatic from about 1984 to 1995. I got bored over the concept that I was being said who to cheer for and who to boo at. Do you wish to be a terrible guy? Just slap Hulk Hogan and there you go! Just ask Andre the Giant. As well as really dumb characters such as Doink the Clown, or Papashango. How about when Demolition Smash disappeared and six or eight months soon we are introduced to Repo-Man! Between Brett Hart, and The Ultimate Fighter I stuck by them because they didn't sell out to the fluff.I really liked The Ultimate Fighter because he was fun to watch. Intense, out of control, fully special for the day. I everytime wondered what happened to him and why the WWF/WWE didn't do much with him when he was champion. This video answered many of those questions, although most of the answers really made him look like a total jerk. Maybe he was, I don't know.The problem is Vince McMahon is not the most honest person himself. He screwed over many wrestlers including Bruno Sammartino, Dusty Rhodes, Brett Hart, and even Hulk Hogan just to name a few. See for yourself. Just watch 'Brett Hart:Wrestling With Shadows', or the Biography on Hulk Hogan and search out the true reason why he went to the WCW. Add to that, his company boys like Bobby Heenan, and Gene Orkerlund backing up everything. In all fairness however, Hulk Hogan didn't have a terrible word to tell about him. Maybe this is all true. However I search it interesting this came out after the Fighter sued the WWE, and actually that Vince has the only minigame in city without nobody to challenge him, I have my doubts. Is there more to the storyline here? I'll allow you create up your own mind.
I couldn't wait to hear everyone bombard the Fighter with their thoughts about him. Their remarks weren't as terrible as I thought they would be. You should say that Ted DiBiase despised the Warrior. Ric Flair didn't like him. Bobby Heenan didn't like how risky and careless he was in the ring. If you watch when Fighter gorilla press slams Heenan at Wrestlemania V you can see how he just lets him drop to the ground.Hulk Hogan for the most part liked Jim Hellwig. Except for of course when he thought he killed the build up to their Halloween Havoc match. I accept it wasn't a nice concept to ramble on and brag about how he beat the Hulkster 8 years prior.Vince brought back the Fighter a several times to test to create some dollars but the Warrior's unreliability and unprofessional ism kept crashing those chances.Jim Ross' input wasn't really necessary. He was not around for much of the Warrior's career.All in all if you're curious about another wrestlers thoughts on the boy behind the makeup check out the DVD, it retails for around $14.99.
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