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Ultimate Warrior Was Forced To Apologize To WWF Veteran

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WWF Veteran Raymond Rougeau was interviewed by Steve Fall of Wrestlingnewsco, where he recalled an incident with The Ultimate Warrior while interviewing him.

Raymond wanted to punch Warrior, but decided to complain to Vince McMahon instead, who forced Warrior to apologize.

Here’s the story told by Rougeau:

“I’m talking with The Legion of Doom. [The Ultimate Warrior is] walking behind us looking like Casper the Friendly Ghost. He had a sheet over his head. He’s walking in and out of the picture behind Legion of Doom and myself.

Then all of a sudden, he stops and he has a jug of water and he starts pouring water on me. That’s it. I lost it. I threw the mic down. Greg Solie was the producer, Gordon Solie’s son. I gave him the mic and I said , ‘If you want to interview him, you do it’. I walked out.

I went to Vince because I was upset and I said, ‘Vince, he’s your champion. He’s the face of your company right now. He’s the babyface. I’ve always been a top babyface in Montreal. I’m doing an interview for an upcoming event in Montreal. He’s defending the WWF Championship and he’s pouring water on the announcer. Is that gonna sell tickets? I’m being honest with you.

I had two solutions when that happened. One, I was gonna punch him in the mouth. Two, I was gonna walk out and I’m not interviewing him. I’m coming to see you. That’s the professional thing to do. I wanted to punch him in the mouth, but I didn’t do it.’

Vince said, ‘I’m glad you didn’t.’

Warrior came in and he chewed him out in front of me and Warrior apologized to me and I said, ‘No problem. Just be professional out there’.”

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