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Ultimate Warrior vs. Rocky McIntosh

I guess there's no way to tell for sure whether this is actually the Ultimate Warrior lambasting someone who is actually the agent of Redskins LB Rocky McIntosh for rudely attempting to get his client preferential autograph treatment. In the video, you can see neither the supposed Rocky McIntosh nor the supposed agent. But to me, it's sort of irrelevant, because, assuming this is actually the Ultimate Warrior, it's an entertaining enough diatribe, even if the person on the receiving end is Frank Mirski Jr. of Grand Rapids, who had been attempting to procure an autograph for his son, youth football star Stanley Mirski.

For the record, the video is also posted on a site purporting to be the official online presence of the Ultimate Warrior. Further down on that page is a video clip I had somehow missed, featuring the Iron Sheik--at this same memorabilia show--cursing repeatedly in the direction of the Ultimate Warrior and also slapping in the direction of some person attempting to diffuse the situation. One thing pro wrestlers and ex-pro-wrestlers have really mastered is the art of the diatribe.

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By Dan Steinberg  |  May 24, 2007; 10:51 AM ET
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