Roddy Piper was interviewed by Fox411 and spoke about The Ultimate Warrior, specifically the criticism from some about his promos. Here’s an excerpt.
For the wrestling community, he had a tremendous audience. A lot of people used to knock him for his interviews for not making any sense. What they didn’t understand is they weren’t supposed to. They were for children. “I’m Batman. I’m Superman.” And there they are trying to get something great. No, they are for kids. The one thing I’ll say about him is he was a little different, as we are all are, but he would be speaking out about guys like myself, Ric Flair, some other guys saying, “You guys should hang it up. It’s embarrassing. You keep going out.” But he (legally) changed his name to Warrior. I found that a little hypocritical.
Piper also talked about seeing the spirits of dead wrestlers in his home. He noted that he felt Adnois saved Roddy’s house from burning down after his death. You can read Roddy’s interview by clicking here.