Before being called The Blade Runners, he was known as Jim Justice and his tag partner Flash Borden (Sting) were called The Freedom Fighters.
In October of 1992, he was a part of the tag team known as The Ultimate Maniacs with Randy Savage as his partner.
Warrior won the 1984 Mr. Georgia in a bodybuilding competition.
Warrior was trained by the Red Bastien.
Contrary to popular belief, he is the only man to ever portray the Ultimate Warrior in the then WWF and WCW.
Warrior is a former 2 time Intercontinental Champ and WWF Heavyweight Champion.
He invented his own term, Warriorism.
Warrior was the Comeback ProWrestler of the Year in 1992 from Pro Wrestling Illustrated magazine.
Warrior almost appeared in ECW in 2000, but he changed his mind.
Warrior's tag partner in The Blade Runners was Sting (then known as Flash).
He is the only wrestler in the then-WWF history to hold the IC and Heavyweight titles at the same time.
In 1993, he had his named legally changed to Warrior.
In September of 2005, the WWE released a DVD on him called The Self Distruction of the Ultimate Warrior. As a result of this, Warrior sued them for defamation of character.
In May of 1996, there was a comic book produced on him called Warrior.
Warrior (speaking on the power of the mind): There is nothing more intimidating and embarrassing as another human being who can kick your ass with their mind.
Warrior (speaking on your spirit): A path with no obstacles doesn't lead anywhere.
Warrior (speaking on his resource for all things physical): In but one moment, in the greatest of men can fall from the highest peak, when no attention is paid.
Warrior (speaking about the WWF's hectic travel schedule): How did I cope with it? You just cope with it.
Warrior:I look above to the Gods, and when you fall below the skeletons of the Warriors past , the power of the Warriors will become the eighth wonder of the World.
Warrior: You must show no mercy... Nor have any belief in how others judge you... For your greatness will silence them all.