Earlier in the week, everyone wanted to be really clear that Warrior's deal was with video game company 2K Sports and the Stamford, CT based company where he became famous in the 1980s and 90s.
But with yesterday's kind words via social media from Chairman and long-time nemesis Vince McMahon, other encouraging tweets from Superstars like Sheamus and now this video, it's fair to wonder if the relationship between the man from Parts Unknown and WWE hasn't gotten a whole lot better in the past few days.
In the headline and blurb accompanying the interview on WWE.com, he is described as a WWE Legend - an honorific usually reserved for those with Legends contracts. Given his presence in and role promoting one of the entertainment giant's main merchandising efforts and the amount of attention being paid to that on the company's website (there's a video of his greatest moments and a gallery of rare photos, too) - can some new action figures be far behind?
Or how about a spot on stage at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony before WrestleMania 30?
Check out the video and let us know what you think.