Dana Warrior blasts Hulk Hogan after talking about her late husband in podcast

Dana Warrior blasts Hulk Hogan after talking about her late husband in podcast

A video podcast by Grantland.com with Hulk Hogan sparked some harsh words from Dana Warrior, the wife of the late WWE Hall of Famer the Ultimate Warrior.

In the video, Hogan described the issues he had with Warrior following the court deposition about the Warrior DVD that the company made years ago and said that Warrior wasn’t happy because he said the truth. It was the last time he saw him until WrestleMania weekend.

At WrestleMania weekend, Hogan was given strict orders by the office to avoid talking to Warrior and to let him enjoy the weekend. Triple H also advised Hogan if they run into each other not to do anything crazy.

Hogan said that no eye contact was made with Warrior at the Hall of Fame but the next night at Mania he was going around in a golf cart and saw Warrior with his “eyes closed and wobbling,” and Hogan stopped the cart and went to talk to him.

Hogan told Warrior that all he wanted to say was “I love you,” and to forgive him for anything he did. He added that the next night on RAW, Warrior didn’t look good at all, and backstage at the show he gave him a big hug, took a photo with him and Pat Patterson and that was it.

After seeing the video, Dana Warrior posted a message on her Facebook directed at Hulk Hogan.

“I’ve been really quiet since the passing of my husband and the father of my girls. Someone sent me what Mr Bollea had to say in video interview with Grantland yesterday and I would just like to ask him to stop,” she wrote.

“He is the only person in the WWE Universe who did not give a call or send a card. My girls asked why he didn’t check on us like everyone else and I explained simply there isn’t a camera at our mailbox or in the house when we receive our calls. I would ask respectfully Mr Bollea, for you to understand my girls hurt and just let some time pass before you say anything more.”

You can see the video below.


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