Could ‘Hulkamania’ be running wild on everybody in the WWE, once again? Probably, YES, considering the latest happenings. Hulk Hogan is back in the company for the 2nd edition of Crown Jewel PPV as he waits to lead his team to take on Team Ric Flair in a 5-on-5 traditional tag team elimination match. But most importantly, he is still rotting for that one last retirement match in the WWE that is due for a long time.
During a recent interview with the LA Times, Hulk Hogan said that he has contacted Vince McMahon for a possible retirement match,
“I talked to Vince, and I said I really don’t know if I could live with myself knowing my last match was with TNA. If I can get fixed, I pray I can have one more match. I told Vince, ‘When I get through this back surgery, I’m going to get in the best shape of my life and we’re going to talk about me having one last retirement match.’”
Slice Wrestling added to this saying that sources informed them that “nothing is even remotely close to happening, but Mr. McMahon will consider a Hogan retirement match for WrestleMania 36.” Whenever these kinds of events come closer, McMahon considers bringing back the legends to gain more attention. Plus, the next edition of Wrestlemania takes place in Tampa, Florida which is the home-state for Hulk Hogan. So there’s a huge possibility that the Hulkster may have his wishes fulfilled, next year.
Hulk Hogan has openly stated about officially retiring from in-ring competition after competing in one last match. But his growing age and the racism controversy are the main reasons why the WWE creative team will think twice before planning a match involving the legendary name. But if the match could generate enough revenue then Vince McMahon will gladly arrange this.
Hulkster tells the behind-the-scenes story of his legendary match against Andre the Giant.
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Slice Wrestling also added that one match that Vince McMahon may regret not producing ever and that is of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan. In recent times, Stone Cold also opened up considering one final match before hanging up the boots. So next year’s Wrestlemania could be the best opportunity that McMahon can possibly have to conduct this dream match.