Alright. Here I go:
-Strength- I'd give him an 8. He was one of the strongest men in the WWE(then known as WWF) in the late 80s and early 90s, and he was MASSIVE. He literally had gigantic deltoids, large arms, huge triceps.....
He's not the strongest WWE superstar of all time, but there was probably a lot of weight behind his punches and kicks.
However, like Candle IWC Illumaniti has stated earlier, he had a lot of brute strength, but no muscle control. There was probably times that even Warrior himself didn't know how strong he was, and because of that, it could be perceived as being "careless" in the ring. He still gets a high rating here though; his strength is amazing and if he had the muscle control there, maybe it could've made him a more well-rounded superstar.
-Speed-I'd give him a 8. I'll just say that because Warrior wrestled in an era that wrestlers did less in the ring than the superstars are doing right now. Wrestling now is more faster-paced, has more flips, high-spots, harder moves to pull off.
John Cena & Brock Lesnar are probably a bit faster than Warrior was, but my opinion still stands. He's very fast and explosive for a big guy!
-Agility-I'd give him, at the very least, a rating of 5, lol. There's still a difference between "speed" and "agility". Wrestlers such as Shawn Michaels, or Warrior's counterpart Rick Rude were probably more agile than he was, due to the fact that they have less weight to move around and don't blow up as easily.
-Stamina-After giving it a bit of thought, I'd give him a 6. I mean, for him to sprint to the ring AND still wrestle matches is impressive to me....
Many people would've blown up if they were to do that, lol. To still have the energy to move in the ring, pick up wrestlers, lift weights, and even run to the ring? He's very active, which could be a bad thing(possibly making him tire out quicker) or a good thing(keeping him in shape).
-Overall Conditioning-If you're talking about the "outside"....I'd give him a 9.5. He had the classic "bodybuilder" physique. Some guys don't want to be that big, and some women aren't attracted to men who look like that, but I'm sure that it wasn't easy for him to put in the work to achieve that level of fitness. If you're talking about the "inside", I'd think that's similar to stamina, no? ;)
Warrior has arguably one of the best physiques in WWE history. .
-Brawling-I'd give him a 2. He beats his chest, throws some wicked clotheslines, and he acts like an uncaged animal in the ring....but that still doesn't mean that he's a great brawler.
-Technique-3. He's no Dean Malenko or AJ Styles in the ring. That's all I've got to say about that, lol.
-Workrate-In his prime, I'd say that he was at an 8.5. I even think that there were times that he worked TOO hard, lol. Veins popping out of his body, amped-up promos, wrestling AFTER sprinting to the ring XD He has developed a good work-ethic over the years, in and even out of the ring. He still trained in the gym later in his life, eats healthy, and he's even done some motivational speaking. I've heard a few of his interviews, and he's actually a very smart and inspirational individual. He just has so much stories about wrestling and life lessons....
Makes me want to travel back in time & meet the guy, honestly :)
-Attire-8.5. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that The Ultimate Warrior was one of the very first wrestlers to include multiple colors in their attire. It was unique....the "Warrior" facepaint, different colored ropes on his arms, multicolored tights/boots, long hair, loud personality. He's literally Tarzan on steroids, lol.
Great look, in my opinion. I think that wrestlers such as Bayley, Asuka, John Cena, TJP, and many other superstars now who use different colors in their entrance might list Warrior as their inspiration for doing that.
-Entrance-8. It was different from what the other wrestlers were doing back then! He'd run to the ring like the Warrior he is, and that music.....THAT MUSIC, lol. His theme was awesome and made him stood out from the rest. "Warrior Wildfire" was intense, awesome, and it was a theme that got many people pumped up whether they liked him or not. I get a bit of an adrenaline rush from just listening to it.
-Psychology-Same as Candle IWC Illuminati, 2. Although his promos were very, very passionate, there's other wrestlers in the past & present who showed that they had more sides to their character.
Always, always ON. lol. When he got into a promo, he REALLY got into it. I could just see, hear, and even feel the energy when he's talking. Yes, guys such as Finn Balor or Kevin Owens proved that you don't have to be loud in order to cut great promos, but Warrior pulled it off well in my opinion. Some of his promos were funny, some got you amped, there were segments where I was rooting for him and others where I scratch my head and ask myself "What in the hell was he trying to say?" lol. He was a great talker in and out of the ring.
-Over- Honestly, I feel like it was kinda split earlier in his career. Wrestlers and fans either were a fan of the guy, or couldn't stand him at all. He's made a lot of mistakes in his life, but I'm glad that he was able to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and leave a legacy that many people will remember. I'd say that it was 5 during the "dark" times of his life, and in his prime(as well as near the end of his life), he was at a 10.
PHEW!! Thank you so much for doing this one. This explanation is probably so long that no one wants to read it! XD
In all seriousness, thanks for asking this one.
Regardless of people's opinions on him, he's one of the biggest legends in WWE history and although I became a fan of his very late...he's one of my favorite wrestlers and he inspires me.
Rest in Power, Ultimate Warrior.