WWE Myths And Conspiracy Theories – 5 Of The Craziest That Some Fans Believe

Here is a list of some of the biggest WWE myths and conspiracy theories that have circulated the internet. Some have been around for years and others have been around for decades. Some fans even still believe that they are true to this day.

Note: We want to make clear that we are NOT saying that any of these are true. Enjoy the conspiracy theories for what they are! 

Myth – The (Original) Ultimate Warrior Died And Was Replaced

There has been a longstanding urban legend in the wrestling world that the original Ultimate Warrior died and was replaced in the early 90’s.

It sounds ridiculous but it all stems back to when Warrior returned to WWE at Wrestlemania VIII. Some fans believe that the original Ultimate Warrior died and was replaced with a look-a-like based on his appearance.

Reasons why people think it is true:

  • The Ultimate Warrior returned with much different hair.
  • His physique was much less impressive than before.
  • He was worse in the ring than before.

Warrior shot down the rumors in an interview with The Good Man Project:

“Yes, being dead is one of the many urban legends, falsehoods, mischaracterizations, what have you, about me. Nothing much I can do if people want to remain ignorant. I’ve had an Internet presence since ’96-’97 so it has been easy for a long time to find out the truth. Of course my former employers have worked hard and spent a great deal of time and money over the years to fabricate and spread lies, all of which have helped to keep rumors and other nonsense alive”

This is untrue but is an urban legend that has existed in the wrestling world for decades. Sadly, Warrior passed away on April 8th, 2014.

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