The little tiff Kevin Nash and Ultimate Warrior engaged in via Twitter and YouTube not long ago concluded with Warrior telling Nash he couldn't afford him. The former Outsider let their issue die after that and that was seemingly the end.
But of course it wasn't.
That's because Hulk Hogan decided to hop on Twitter and cut a promo on Warrior after being asked by a fan what his thoughts were on the situation. Here's what he said (edited so you can actually read it):
"Kevin would destroy him. The Warrior's already got a million excuses -- 'if you touch me' or 'I need to train for a year.' Now you can see right through the ass clown and most people now get the way he was a pain in the ass, couldn't do business, and he sucked in the ring. That about says it all. He's irrelevant and totally out of gas except for the few remaining Warrior Twitter marks. Good luck with your great life, Jim. I have said my last comment about this loser and his great life he's living. Gag me with a spoon."
On the one hand, he makes sense in many ways. Warrior didn't really do much business, at least not over a sustained period of time, and he wasn't exactly the best worker inside the ring. But, once again, we're dealing with the credibility issue of the source of the comments.
We are talking about a geriatric Hulk Hogan who is essentially just as irrelevant in the year 2012. Unlike Warrior, though, Hogan is still trotting himself out to the ring and attempting to have credible matches at the biggest TNA pay-per-view of the year. Which, by the way, don't really do business.
Nonetheless, the Hogan vs. Warrior feud rolls on, more than 20 years after it first started.