WWE is working on a new Ultimate Warrior project and wants fan participation. On the official Facebook page of the late WWE Hall of Famer, “Team Warrior” explains what kind of fan interaction the company desires.

The Facebook post says,

“Warriors, we need you!WWE and Ultimate Creations are working on a brand new Ultimate Warrior project and as each and every one of you were so special to Warrior we would like YOU to be included!

To be featured all you need to do is the following:

1) Record a video on YouTube saying just three words “Thank you, Warrior”
2) Email the YouTube video URL to [email protected]
3) Share your video on Social Media with the hashtag ?#?ThankYouWarrior? ?#?WWE?

Deadline for videos is December 5th.

Always Believe,

Team Warrior”

Warrior passed away on April 8, 2014, just a little over 72 hours removed from being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 5. The one from Parts Unknown eerily foreshadowed his tragic death while addressing the WWE Universe in his final WWE promo during the April 7 edition of “Monday Night Raw.” WWE had many projects planned for Warrior prior to his passing, and it seems as if they are going to continue producing them, just with a different format than originally planned.

Editor’s Note:
This is cool. Good for WWE and Ultimate Creations for reaching out to fans.


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