Making his debut in 1987, Ultimate Warrior quickly captured the attention of the WWE Universe with his comic book physique, neon face paint and aggressive ring entrance.
Fiberglass Portrait Touchable Figure With Bronze Finish 7'
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On April 6, 2014, the Warrior returned to WWE for his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Three days later, the iconic Superstar passed away, leaving behind a legacy of over-the-top theatrics that shaped professional wrestling long past his time in the ring.
His statue debuted in San Jose, CA at WrestleMania Axxess on March 26, 2015. Surrounded by life-long Warrior fans and the wrestler's family, the seven-foot relic was revealed in an emotional unveiling.
The figure was sculpted by hand in his iconic victory pose. The piece has a steel armature and is made to withstand heavy fan interaction. A bronze finish was applied to the statue with black and green detail added to simulate his trademark mask.
"His statue, which has taken months to complete, captures his unmistakable likeness and unequaled essence."
Craig Tello, WWE