The Ultimate Warrior in WWE Hall of Fame

Integrated media organization WWE (NYSE:WWE) announced Monday that The Ultimate Warrior will return to WWE after an 18 year absence.

He will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at New Orleans Arena, as a part of the WrestleMania 30 festivities.

“The Ultimate Warrior was the most intense, colorful, competitive and outspoken Superstar in sports entertainment history, and his contributions to WWE were extraordinary,” said WWE chairman & CEO Vince McMahon. “We are thrilled to induct The Ultimate Warrior into the WWE Hall of Fame.”

The Ultimate Warrior was one of the most iconic and exciting Superstars in WWE history. In 1988 at the inaugural SummerSlam, he defeated the Honkytonk Man in record time to win his first of two Intercontinental Championships.

The Ultimate Warrior

The Ultimate Warrior

In 1990, Warrior defeated Hulk Hogan to become WWE Champion at WrestleMania VI in one of the most exciting matches in WrestleMania history.

Warrior would continue to captivate audiences around the world with epic encounters against WWE Legends such as Undertaker and Randy Savage.

The Ultimate Warrior

The Ultimate Warrior

After a storied career that also saw him compete in WCW, Warrior stepped away from the ring in 1998. Last year, he was featured in the WWE 2K14 video game as a downloadable character, giving the next generation of WWE fans a chance to “feel the power of the Ultimate Warrior.”

WWE, a publicly traded company (NYSE: WWE), is an integrated media organization and offers global entertainment.

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