– The folks over at Taiwan’s Next Media Animation produced a new “Taiwanese-style” animation about the Ultimate Warrior’s passing, which you can watch above. Their video shorts have often popped up on popular shows like Comedy Central’s The Daily Show.

– As of this writing, #CancelNancyGrace is one of the top trends on Twitter. As noted yesterday, Grace ran a segment yesterday on the death of the Ultimate Warrior. Grace spoke about wrestlers dying of steroids and illegal drugs, and while she was discussing it, a list of wrestlers who died young was shown which included Owen Hart, whose death was not drug related at all.

– Jim Ross posted his latest blog earlier today at this link, and discussed the recent comments by Grace and ESPN’s Colin Cowherd. He wrote:

The polarizing Nancy Grace of HLN really was made to look ill informed and poorly prepared by her staff Wednesday night on her report of the death of the Ultimate Warrior. So much erroneous info was reported as fact that I actually felt bad for her. I’d like to believe that Ms Grace is not a mean person but she let down by her producers and research people notwithstanding those who wrote her script for her teleprompter.

For Ms Grace to implicate Owen Hart into any drug or steroid scandal is egregious and appalling…

Ms Grace was made to look incompetent by her own people who seemingly relied on old info for the thrust of their story on Warrior and apparently did little new research on the sports entertainment world as it exists today.

More is contained in Ross’ latest blog, including his thoughts on the media not covering positive pro wrestling stories, ESPN’s Colin Cowherd stating that Warrior’s death wasn’t surprising and more. You can check out the full entry by clicking here.

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