As we noted earlier, Hulk Hogan wants to wrestle at next year’s WrestleMania 32 and officially end his in-ring career in WWE. WWE is trying to break their WrestleMania 3 attendance record next year as they are trying to pack 100,000 people in the AT&T Stadium.
WWE officials are concerned about Hulk Hogan’s health and his in-ring ability at this age. They are concerned about him being carried in the match and they also know that there’s no possibility of him doing his signature big boot and leg drop finisher.
Despite all of this, WWE is considering Hulk Hogan to face John Cena in a dream match for the ages. Vince McMahon has begun drawing up potential matches for the event and is giving consideration to holding this dream match once and for all.
The big matches that WWE is planning to do at WrestleMania 32 at the moment are: Undertaker vs. Sting, Triple H vs. The Rock, Stone Cold vs. Brock Lesnar.
If WWE agrees to put Hogan in a match for the last time, it would likely be in Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, where he would have to do minimum in-ring work. It should be noted that Hogan’s back is in good shape now and he has been training like a maniac as of late so that he can wrestle one last match.