10 Most Unexpected Returns in WWE History
|10 WWE stars that were very unlikely to return to the company, but did|
James Hellwg a.k.a Ultimate Warrior and Vince McMahon had a whole bunch of issues with each other, mostly having to do with Warrior feeling underappreciated and Vince not paying him enough. The last straw was in 1996, when Hellwig missed a number of house shows citing grief for his father’s death as the reason. Vince McMahon did not believe him, claiming that Warrior had not seen his father in over a decade and that their relationship wasn’t that good, and terminated his contract. The 2005 release of the Self-Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior looked like a confirmation that Hellwig would never be seen on WWE television again. He did, however, start doing promotional work for the WWE in 2013 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014, with one sad but heartwarming appearance on RAW the day before he passed away.