With the exception of hunters, mages and other rogues, you should be using MH wound and OH cripple. Even against warriors, wound poison greatly reduces their healing from second wind. I use shiv cripple a lot, it can not be dodged or parried and being able to snare people on demand is huge. You should get used to shiv cripple anything that is not snared, and never, ever rely on cripple procs when you are fighting mages/hunters about runescape gold.
Very few people understand that a warrior was never meant to 2-3 shot anyone, it is a class that is built upon the principle of outlasting his opponent. Providence, a 35/23/3 warrior on my arena team, with the crafted blacksmith axe about runescape gold, 11K HP, 200+ resilience, life giving gem and PVP trinket, can step outside of I and go 2-3 hours losing maybe 1-2 fights when his trinkets are down. Warriors with full honor gear and crafted weapons are at the top of the food chain. I will never, ever step into a 5v5 game without a warrior by my side. They are by far the most powerful class in 5v5 when properly geared about cheap runescape gold.
Second wind coupled with high stamina / resilience / stun resistance (20% for a non-orc with talent + gem) pretty much makes kiting completely ineffective. The correct way to defeat a top warrior in TBC is rushing him down with raw damage about cheap runescape gold.
After vanish -> CS -> BS -> CB Evis, try to either play 5-8 yard dead zone for energy before you start evasion rush about runescape gold, or sprint away from him and try to bug his intercept. The more energy you have before you start evasion tanking, better you will do.