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4VKM: Vincent Kennedy - The Self-Destruction of the Ultimate Lone Warrior
Apr 10, 2021
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On July 16th, 1999 John F Kennedy J, wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette were traveling to Martha's Vineyard in JFK JR's private plane. At the beginning of the summer, JFK Jr had been injured playing sports putting his leg in a cast. Coincidentally, Vince McMahon also had an injury around the same time. On July 4th, 1999, McMahon was hit on his motorcycle going "45" miles per hour. On camera in the WWF, McMahon appeared wearing crutches on 7/19/1999.

The Ultimate Warrior had been one of WWE's biggest stars in history. In this legendery Warrior promo, he speaks of an eerie Plane Crash that resembles the JFK Jr plane crash. This promo had taken place in 1990, a full 9 years before the crash.

This was at the peak of the Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Vince McMahon rivalry. As the WWE Champion, Stone Cold Steve Austin would defend his WWE Championship against Mr. McMahon's hand picked opponent, The Undertaker. This would be a First Blood match. If Undertaker win, Stone Cold would never get another WWE Title shot. If Stone Cold won, Vince McMahon would have to leave the WWE for good. It would be an End of an Era.

Stone Cold ends up beating The Undertaker, sending McMahon packing out of the WWE, just a little after 1 week after JFK Jrs. Disappearance. Did I mention they were both using crutches during this time?

An Anon named Vincent Kennedy on Twitter @VincentCrypt46 (not affiliated with this channel) posted a cool video of a Fighter Pilot doing some crazy moves in the air. Fit perfectly for this video...thanks VK!

Ultimate Warrior returned to the WWE in 2014 to enter into the Hall of Fame. After returning to Monday Night RAW for the first time in nearly 18 years...Warrior spoke a passionate speech to the fans speaking some prophetic words. The next day The Warrior had passed away of a heart attack.

Vince McMahon paid Tribute to the Ultimate Warrior who he had just patched their relationship back up with for the Hall of Fame induction.

Another longtime friend to the WWE is Sean "P Diddy" Combs. Word on the street is Diddy got a new book out. We take you back to WWE's Tribute to the Troops where Diddy performed "I'll Be Missing You." A video montage of wrestlers throughout the years who passed away proceeds.

We are taken back to a look at the work RFK Jr has been doing since JFK Jr disappeared. We see the new all Marine-Veteran WWE tag team, the Forgotten Sons. The leader of the team Jaxson Ryker, came under heavy criticism after simply showing his support for President Trump on Twitter. Donald Trump Jr. had his back though...

At the end we flashback to 1/07/07 where Diddy performed the same song in honor of the 10 Year Anniversary of the Death of Princess Diana.

Rest in Peace to all the Fallen Warriors Ultimate Warrior, Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Chyna, Ashley Massaro, Sheri Martel, Miss Elizabeth, Rocky Johnson, High Chief Peter Maivia, Yokozuna, Umaga, Rosey, Jim Neidhart, Brian Pillman, British Bulldog, Owen Hart, Luna Vachon, Isaac Kappy, Sean O'Haire, Grand Master Sexay Brian Christopher, Bobby Heenan, Mene Gene Okerlund, Bruno Sammartino, Big Van Vader, Gorilla Monsoon, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Macho Man Randy Savage, Paul Bearer, Dr. Death Steve Williams, Road Warrior Hawk, Bam Bam Bigelow, Kanyon, Ravishing Rick Rude, Crash Holly, Test, Andre the Giant, Junkyard Dog, Viscera, Mike Awesome, Shad Gaspard, Lance Cade, Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig, Eddie Guerrero, Big Boss Man, Dusty Rhodes, Kamala, Reid Flair, John Perry Bawlow, Chester Pennington, Chris Cornell. Anthony Bourdain and Avicii. The Silent Children Project

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