In an error from the New York Post newspaper, in which a story was printed concerning the tragic death of Randy Savage yesterday morning, the newspaper mistakenly listed ex-WWE Superstar Ultimate Warrior as one of the prominent wrestlers from the 1980s who have passed away.
The story was posted online as well, but Warrior’s name has since been removed from the story.
Warrior also commented on the error on his official website:
“I am not dead. Nor have I ever died. Don’t laugh. There are plenty of kooks (too many) who write and inform me that I am or that I have — and then demand I write back and confirm it!”
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