WWE legend Hulk Hogan has revealed he made peace with long-time rival and fellow Hall of Famer Ultimate Warrir in the days before his tragic death on Tuesday (08.04.14).
Hulk Hogan made peace with Ultimate Warrior days before his death.
The WWE icon has revealed the two superstars put aside their differences and ended their feud before the late wrestler shockingly died at the age of 54 on Tuesday (08.04.14).
Hulk wrote on Twitter: ''RIP WARRIOR. only love ... We talked,both forgave each other,we hugged ,we shook hands as we told each other I love you,I am so sad,God bless his beautiful family HH (sic)''
The former WWE Champion - who will be attending the WWE's UK Tour next month, appearing at the SmackDown show on 20th May at the O2 Arena in London - decided to pay ''total respect'' to the Hall of Famer's legacy by training to get into ''Warrior shape''.
He tweeted: ''Got in the gym tonight and got my head right,rededicated myself to getting in Warrior shape just out of total respect for Warroirs legacy HH (sic)''
In his final speech on Raw on Monday night (07.04.14) just hours before his tragic death, the late legend spoke about mortality.
He said: ''No WWE talent becomes a legend on their own. Every man's heart one day beats its final beat.
''His lungs breathe a final breath and if what that man did in his life makes the blood pulse through the body of others and makes them bleed deeper and something larger than life then his essence, his spirit, will be immortalised.''
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