Let us take a look at the top 10 stories of the hour from the world of Professional Wrestling:
10. Hulk Hogan Confirms He Won’t Be a Part of WrestleMania 32
During a recent interview with FOX411, WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan confirmed that he won’t be a part of WrestleMania 32, which is expected to break all time WWE attendance record. The current WWE attendance record is held by WrestleMania III, with an attendance of 93,173, which was main evented by Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant. Below is what Hogan said regarding a possible appearance at the Grandest Stage of them all:
“Not at this point. Wrestling has always been my life, and the whole thing was erased and taken from me. I have nothing but respect for the whole crew that runs WWE. I understand they had to do what was best for business in this case.”
9. WWE Hiring New Writers
WWE is hiring new writers for it’s Creative team. If you think you have what it takes to write great storylines and produce a good product, like we had back in the day, then you can apply!
— WWE Careers (@WWECareers) March 24, 2016
8. NJPW Officials Not Happy With WWE Trying To Buy Bullet Club Rights
According to Japan’s Weekly Pro Wrestling Magazine, New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) officials are not happy with WWE trying to buy all the rights to the “Bullet Club” stable.
As we noted before, Bullet Club members Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows are expected to start with WWE soon, possibly after WrestleMania 32.