WWE Hall of Famer “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan appeared on The Howard Eskin Show this past weekend. While the Hulkster didn’t mention anything about a possible WWE return deal, Eskin might have revealed some inside details after Hogan left.
Below is what Eskin said:
“The Hulkster, he really is a good guy and we didn’t talk about it, because it’s not done yet but it’s all but done, he’s coming back to the WWE and from what I understand, and again, we didn’t talk about it, he’s going to wrestle again at an event. Hogan is coming back to WWE. It’s not done yet but it is all but done. The Hulkster will be back!”
During this appearance, Hogan was asked if he hated any wrestler that he worked with over the years. Below is what Hogan replied:
“No, there’s nobody that I dislike, I don’t hate anybody. I know over the years I’ve had a couple of wrestlers get in the news or tell people how much they dislike me or what a cancer I was but I never had those feelings the other way towards any other wrestlers. I’ve never had a problem with anybody. Most of the guys I wrestled are really good people.”
TMZ also recently reported that Hogan might be on his way back to the WWE. Below is what TMZ posted:
“Hulk and high-ranking WWE officials have been in touch recently and it’s been positive.
In fact, we’re told when the WWE made plans for an event in Saudi Arabia, one of the members of the royal family specifically asked for Hulk to participate.
Ultimately, Hulk didn’t go … but it triggered a dialogue between the two sides.
Our sources say WWE was paying close attention to Hulk’s speech at the Boys & Girls Club this week — in which he said he wanted to help educate kids to not use the same language he did — because they wanted to see how it was received. It went well with the crowd which gave Hogan a loud ovation.”
You can watch the ovation that Hogan got during his speech at the Boys & Girls club below:
— Boys Girls Club GA (@BoysGirlsClubGA) May 3, 2018
Below is WWE’s latest statement regarding Hogan that they issued to TMZ:
“WWE applauds the work Hulk Hogan is doing with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to turn what was a negative into a positive by helping young people learn from his mistake. While he has taken many steps in the right direction since we parted ways, Hogan is not currently under contract to WWE.”
Speaking of Hogan, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T recently supported the idea of Hogan returning to the WWE during an episode of Heated Conversations.
Below is what Booker T said:
“The only thing Hogan can do is apologize, atone for it, and we move forward. Everyone deserves a second chance that’s just the way I am.
I talk about Hulk Hogan being in my corner, back in the day and a lot of the boys they may look at me and say, ‘Why is Booker T talking to [Hogan]?’ Back in the day, if it wasn’t for Hulk Hogan, I don’t know if Booker T and Stevie Ray would have got the push that we got,” Booker said. “Back in the day, Sister Sherri was an intricate detail to Harlem Heat, and our success, and it was all because of Hulk Hogan. Saying ‘Hey man, those are the guys you need to put your money behind.’
I’m taking that ‘word’ and put it over to the side, and let that man take his rightful place back, which is in this business. I’m not going to take that away from him. I’m not going to sit here and say ‘No, he should be blackballed or black listed from the game, forevermore!’ for saying something a lot of us say on a daily basis. I don’t myself, but a lot of us do. Let this man who has done so much for the wrestling business truly take his rightful place back in the WWE.”
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