Details on WWE ‘Ultimate Warrior – Always Believe’ DVD, Preliminary Cover Art

December 30, 2014 by Daniel Bee

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As you’ve heard, WWE has “Ultimate Warrior – Always Believe” in the works for 2015.

The new DVD and Blu-ray is slated to feature a documentary piece on Warrior. It is not yet known if that will be the WWE Network “Ultimate Legend” documentary, but right now it’s looking like it will be a newly produced one, or at least an extended version.

We’ve now received a first synopsis for the DVD/Blu-ray which you can read below.

Following his triumphant return to WWE after an 18-year sabbatical, Warrior tragically passed away days after headlining the Hall of Fame class from WrestleMania 30. Experience his story, the full story of how Jim Hellwig went from chiropractic school to becoming a super-hero for millions of fans.

“Ultimate Warrior – Always Believe” is scheduled for release on April 14th, 2015. You can already pre-order a copy on DVD or Blu-ray format, here on Amazon.com.

WWE has created the preliminary cover artwork shown below. Please note that this artwork is very likely to be temporary and change as we get closer to the DVD’s release date.

WWE Ultimate Warrior Always Believe DVD - Temporary Cover


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  1. I don’t care what anybody says, Warrior was killed, because he was gonna tell the full story after the Ultimate Collection DVD/Blu-Ray!
    Don’t try to give excuses when the facts will be told.
    You’ll See!… Remember this when it happens… “I Told You So.”

  2. Wwe do cover up quite lot and lie to cover their own back the lies that have sufect and come out about the warrior, I believe a word of any of lies that have out they are all unture the only one person that knows the real ture is the warrior himself. And his close friends
    I do not believe that he held Vince up for money he just would not do it its not the warrior would do I don’t believe believe he took drugs or steroids either anyone who try to tell me any difference they are ‘LIERS,
    I know the millions of what warrior calls all of us his warrior he does not call us his fans we are his warriors and thats the way it will forever be
    Warrior dose not have anyone sticking up him
    but he does have THE MILLONS OF WARRIORS THAT will defence and stick up for
    him and will honour him forever
    the warrior bond beween warriors and his fellow warriors FOEVER STRONG AND UNBRAKEBLE and there is so love beween warrior and his warriors that bond can NEVER be broken
    a ture fellow warrior has the warrior and his warrior running right though them
    and have the heart of a ture Warrior
    I think any warriors across the globe would a millon per cent behind on this
    ALWAYS BELEVE FEEL THE POWER OF THE WARRIOR !!

  3. I wanna see footage they didn’t show backstage during his appearances Wrestlemania XXX, Hall Of Fame, Unreleased Matches, and lots more.
    Supposably there was matches when they said there wasn’t. Like when he really did face Nailz, Big Bossman, Owen Hart, Vader, Sid, and more.
    I definitely wanna see what Vince, Triple H, and others didn’t tell the truth about, when they lied.
    Warrior deserves all the credit of what he built, worked hard for, and for his family.
    Screw Hogan and whoever else said Warrior was a 0% wrestler when he was a top 100% wrestler. Maybe Warrior couldn’t do 450 splashes, Hurricurrannas, etc because of his build. But neither can Hogan, Big Show, etc.
    Don’t get me wrong, I respect Hogan, Shawn, and others, Just not the dirt they spew about Warrior. Marty Jannetty is why Shawn Michaels made it, But they never talk about him or give him credit. Marty is why Shawn came to the WWF/E. Marty was the decision maker back then and trainer.
    It’s not about other Wrestlers, Legends, Hall Of Famers opinions about Ultimate Warrior, It’s about what the fans think or like about Warrior. The fans is why the show goes on. Without fans, they would be nobody’s.

    I will “ALWAYS BELIEVE!”
    One Warrior Nation FOREVER!

    • LP1 says:

      You obviously didn’t see the Warrior “Ultimate Legend” documentary I guess.

      • Yes I did see it. There’s still footage that wasn’t aired. Like after his last Raw signing autographs, talking to fans. Also at The Hall Of Fame and Wrestlemania talking to Superstars that they recorded that wasn’t shown yet. I saw all the Warrior material they aired. It was said that there is footage that was not aired yet.

  4. Hellwig says:

    Just make the documentary longer than the network one. It dosent talk about his early life, wife, mom etc. Also Warrior did his own shoot video doc a long time ago. There’s a ton of stuff not included in the dvd. Also the WWE didn’t show or talk about how Warrior really asked Vince months in advance for more pay during that summerslam thing. He had paper work letters to prove it.

    • LP1 says:

      No way does WWE mention the real SummerSlam 1991 story. They’ve been telling the “he held Vince up for money” story for so many years that they would look like idiots to finally tell the real story. For those wondering what the real story is, Warrior never got his paycheck for WrestleMania VII. He asked Vince for months to send him his check and Vince kept giving him the run around. So finally at SummerSlam 1991 he confronted Vince backstage and basically told him that he’s not working another ppv until he gets what’s already owed to him. He didnt hold Vince up for more money. He just wanted what he already worked for. But I guess WWE’s version is more salacious and that’s all that matters.

      • LP1 says:

        Another part of that story I forgot about was that Warrior asked Vince long before SummerSlam to get paid the same amount as Hogan for PPVs. Vince agreed, but the day of SummerSlam Warrior found out Hogan was getting more than him and confronted Vince about it. So between the Mania 7 payoff and Vince lying to him about his SummerSlam payoff, Warrior put his foot down and held Vince to what was already agreed upon. Very different than “holding Vince up and dermanding more money”.

        • Warrior says:

          I wonder if the truth will ever come out from this. Because 95% of the fans believe what the WWE has published.

          Here’s the link to the article.

          https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-NNkZSWAAYlMDMyQ1VIVVMxaUk/preview?pli=1

          • LP1 says:

            The truth is already out. It’s been out for years. If you mean will WWE ever acknowledge the truth? Highly doubtful for the reasons I mentioned above. Also most people believe the WWE version because they don’t know any better. There’s people that believe everything WWE says is gospel. If Vince says the world is triangle shaped instead of round and that the ocean is pink instead of blue, they’ll believe him.

  5. ko says:

    Tully Blanchard ( one of the original four horsemen ) was in wwf in 89 and wrestled the warrior

  6. Jordan B says:

    Anyone know anything about a 2 disc DVD for Royal rumble 2015 on Best buy? http://www.bestbuy.com/site/wwe-royal-rumble-2015-2-disc-dvd/2240223.p?id=3332368&skuId=2240223&pid=3332368&ev=product+view
    They have a 2 disc version and then a bluray

  7. JayJay says:

    Another Ultimate Warrior Dvd that should be cool. I hope they add the wwe network documentary on it that one was great.

  8. Kenny says:

    I was a big fan of the doc on the Network. Considering that was done with very little time to prepare, I can only imagine what they can come up with on no deadline.

    • Jayke1981 says:

      I think it would be nice to leave the Network doc on the dvd as an extra – after all, not everyone has WWE Network or access to it!

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        you live in the UK, I guess? you, and the rest of UK deserve at least 3 months of free trial of the Network full access in my book, as a bandage for the bs behaviour that wwe have treated to you, by not only once but twice cancelling the launch…especially the second was somewhat of an ass-behaviour..

        personally, I am not that hyped on the Network, but to get the one month free trial…that should have been offered for everyone from the start, not just domestic the one-week trial in the US back when it lauched…is a great way to make up your mind if it is something that one wants to spend money on every month.

        And I agree with you, the Warrior doc needs to be on this release, as an extra or as the main program in an extended version.

        • LP1 says:

          From what I understand, the UK used to get 4 FREE ppvs a year on Sky. And the rest of the ppvs were only like $20 bucks or something. And its been that way for many many years. In the US we never got any free ppvs and have been paying $50+ for each one. Not to mention the UK gets all the ppvs on blu-ray and the US doesn’t. So I really can’t feel too sorry for UK fans. They’ve had it pretty good for a long time.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            that can not justify a cancellation of the (socalled) biggest thing in wrestling history 20 minutes before lauch! And to use your fan base as a way to try to put pressure on your business partner, just because you appearently suddenly realise, that the handshake deal you made months before with same business partner – that’s SKY in this case – may not be as profitable as you wish…or what ever reason Vince and co. had for screwing the fans in the UK.

            It is definitely not the fans that descide, what costs are in the individual parts of the world.. but, like always, it is us the fans in the end, that pay…on more than one levels.

            • attitude.era.4life says:

              lauch = launch

              • LP1 says:

                How were the UK fans “screwed”? When the Network was originally announced they said it would be available in the UK in early 2015. WWE tried to jump the gun and get it out to their UK fans earlier, but the logistics of it didn’t work out, so it’s now back to the original time frame. If anything WWE tried to make it better for UK fans by getting it out to them sooner than originally announced. It just didn’t work out. I don’t consider that “screwing” their fans at all.

                • LP1 says:

                  Now if they launched the Network, took the UK fans’ money, then pulled it shortly after it launched without giving fans their money back, then THAT’S getting screwed. The UK fans didn’t lose anything. Now if the Network isn’t available in the UK in the next month or so(early 2015) then there’s a legit reason to be upset.

                  • LP1 says:

                    “…but, like always, it is us the fans in the end, that pay…on more than one levels.”

                    If I remember correctly, you didn’t ‘pay’ anything. I remember you saying you waited until the free month to finally try the Network and then cancelled it after the free trial was over because you didn’t like it. So I don’t understand what all your complaining is about.

                    • attitude.era.4life says:

                      just because I’m not from UK and have tried the Network, does not mean, that I don’t have to care what is happening other places in the world, than right outside my window. What happens outside my little backyard, could very well also happen right in it.

                      Besides, the issue is not wheather it is a paid for or free trial period.. the issue is how you as a company treat your customers.. no matter if it is something that I pay for or not, I expect to be treated with respect.. the 20 minutes before launch pull off is certaintly not being very respectfull towards yours customers, in my book.

  9. Brad Attitude says:

    It only makes sense to throw the Ultimate Legend doco on rather than make a new one.

    I hope the dvd/bluray will have some good matches & tons of promos on it

  10. Calvin Heikkila says:

    Toss on a couple more of his Mid-South, WCCW squashes. Summerslam 92 vs Savage, Rude in the cage from Summerslam 1990. Throw some more televised house show matches. I’m sure there are some gems. Throw on his match with Hogan from WCW. Maybe buy the rights to his comeback match that he had in Italy in 2008. I’m sure this thing will be loaded with extras, promos, etc.

    • SRB says:

      I’m pretty sure his return match in 2008 was in Spain, and I don’t think WWE owns that NWE footage like you said. And his SS92 with Savage was just released on Macho Man’s set.

  11. josh says:

    I’m really looking forward to the new warrior video set. I’ll be picking up maybe two copies. I hope it’ll have the Halloween havoc match with Hogan. That one’s not on any of his other sets.

  12. Paul says:

    Looking forward to the new Warrior blu ray but looking forward to watching my new, signed True Giants blu ray even more! Thanks to all you guys at WDN!!

  13. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    This looks totally badass, cannot wait!! I hope this is done like the recent Macho Man dvd & includes all matches that weren’t on the first set…although his rematch vs Hogan at Halloween Havoc bit, I’d still like to have it on dvd.

  14. King6776 says:

    I am so buying this new Warrior Blu-Ray set. Also…real men don’t watch Youtube videos

  15. attitude.era.4life says:

    I like the 2 Survivor Series 1990 matches that he was part of to be on there.. and Royal Rumble 1991 against Slaughter.. all with full length promos, cos I love Slaughter’s way of adressing the Warrior.. so hilarious a heel job he did.. 🙂

  16. ko says:

    I hope the include the below matches

    Ultimate warrior vs Andre the giant from MSG ( the body slam match)
    Ultimate warrior vs haku from 1989 ( one of warrior nest hidden matches)
    Ultimate warrior & road warriors vs demolition
    ultimate warrior vs ric flair
    ultimate warrior vs earthquake
    ultimate warrior and macho man vs the nasty boys
    ultimate warrior vs papa Shango
    ultimate warrior & hulk hogan vs undertaker & Sgt slaughter
    ultimate warrior vs Tully blancher
    ultimate warrior vs Greg the hammer valentine
    ultimate warrior vs Arn Anderson
    ultimate warrior vs ric rude ( wrestle mania 5)
    Ultimate warrior vs Hercules
    warrior vs Hollywood hogan ( Halloween havoc 98)
    Ultimate warrior vs gold dust ( from raw )
    Ultimate warrior vs Owen hart ( from raw )

  17. SRB says:

    I really thought his release earlier in the year did a great job showing his matches and progressions as a talent. I’m wondering what other matches they could possibly fit onto the next set that were not on the first one? All of his feuds were there, weren’t they? I actually liked his WCW run, and am hoping for more segments from that time in his career. I know it was short lived, and he did not have many appearances, but there were a few things missing.

  18. Always Believe says:

    Awesome!! I hope its a new extended documentary that shows his childhood, stories from his Mom and Wife. Also more matches! Finally a complete archive of the Warrior that goes well with his last release.

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