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Hulk Hogan Praises AEW: “They’re doing a great job”

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During a recent interview with The MMA Hour, Old School WWF Legend Hulk Hogan answered questions regarding Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling and ended up praising the promotion quite a bit.

Here’s what The Hulkster had to say:

“I was talking to somebody and I equated it to NASCAR drivers. You need seat time. You need to spend time in that seat until you start winning championships.

It’s almost like AEW is on track. They’re kind of like the little engine that could, and they’re on track. I just think they need more seat time.

They need just to be around a little bit longer to be really, really competitive where they can go head-to-head on Monday nights or something like that.

They’re moving forward quite quickly. They’re doing a great job over there.

I record everything, brother. I’m a wrestling fan, come on. I record everything.

I’ll sit back, and I’ll watch, fast-forward through stuff and watch the stuff I wanna watch or if a match is the sh*ts, I’ll blow right by it.

They’ve got a lot of talent over there. A lot of good guys.”

Speaking of AEW, ECW Legend Sabu debuted on last night’s Dynamite. Tap here to watch.

Hulk Hogan is among the biggest names in professional wrestling history, and probably the single biggest name when it comes to the WWF/WWE, because Hogan (with Vince McMahon behind him) turned a regional, local attraction into a national and international phenomenon during the 80s and brought pro-wrestling to heights it had never seen before.

Therefore pretty much every WWF/WWE Superstar that came up during the 90s, 00s and after that, most likely wouldn’t have been in the position they were in and wouldn’t have made anywhere near as much money, if it wasn’t for The Hulkster. You could even refer to the so called butterfly effect (a chaos theory term).

‘The Immortal’ Hulk Hogan wrestled from 1977 until 2012 and worked for the major pro wrestling promotions on the planet, including the World Wrestling Federation / WWE (1979-1981, 1984-1993 & 2002-2006), Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1994-2000), Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association (1981-1983), Antonio Inoki’s New Japan Pro Wrestling (1980-1985, 1993-1994, 2003) and Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action! (2010-2013).

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