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Hogan's doctors? What about WWE's doctors? Daniel Bryan has all sorts of doctors clearing him for action. But that didn't matter to WWE.

But I have no interest in see Hogan get his "one more match." Having him be the coach of a team seemed like the best option for him. 
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Originally posted by thundarr2000 thundarr2000 wrote:

Hogan's doctors? What about WWE's doctors? Daniel Bryan has all sorts of doctors clearing him for action. But that didn't matter to WWE.

But I have no interest in see Hogan get his "one more match." Having him be the coach of a team seemed like the best option for him. 

Oh I agree it's a long shot and a long road before Hogan is fully cleared by the WWE's own medical staff. The Daniel Bryan situation is a good point and I remember how they were trying to shelve Kurt Angle in 2006 just before he jumped to TNA. 

I am actually sick of him coaching teams; he just did that against Ric Flair's team at Crown Jewel. If he can't wrestle I would rather just have him come out and speak. 

Man, that Hogan vs Austin match should have happened in 2005-2006 when they were planning it. 

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Hogan is desperate to have that one last match for WWE as he doesn't want his legacy to see his final match as being in TNA. 

I don't want to see a younger talent having to sell for a ageing and broken down Hulk Hogan, I think the best option would be some sort of attraction match like they did with Bret Hart and Vince, I think maybe Vince is too old to work a match against Hulk now but that's the kind of match they should do, I don't want to see any of the current crop of top heels having to do a job for a pensioner.
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Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Hogan is desperate to have that one last match for WWE as he doesn't want his legacy to see his final match as being in TNA. 

I don't want to see a younger talent having to sell for a ageing and broken down Hulk Hogan, I think the best option would be some sort of attraction match like they did with Bret Hart and Vince, I think maybe Vince is too old to work a match against Hulk now but that's the kind of match they should do, I don't want to see any of the current crop of top heels having to do a job for a pensioner.

I don't want to see Hogan vs Vince again and I never liked the concept of Vince in the ring to begin with. 

The best option (if Hogan is cleared to wrestle) is Hogan vs John Cena with Cena as the bad guy. 

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Originally posted by Kondor Kondor wrote:

Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Hogan is desperate to have that one last match for WWE as he doesn't want his legacy to see his final match as being in TNA. 

I don't want to see a younger talent having to sell for a ageing and broken down Hulk Hogan, I think the best option would be some sort of attraction match like they did with Bret Hart and Vince, I think maybe Vince is too old to work a match against Hulk now but that's the kind of match they should do, I don't want to see any of the current crop of top heels having to do a job for a pensioner.

I don't want to see Hogan vs Vince again and I never liked the concept of Vince in the ring to begin with. 

The best option (if Hogan is cleared to wrestle) is Hogan vs John Cena with Cena as the bad guy. 
 

Would love that but will Cena ever work heel? I just can't see it now, I think he's fine with doing the odd throwback to the Dr of Thuganomics and so forth but not sure he will want to go full blown heel. 

I mentioned it in another thread but I'm actually on board with a Hogan vs The Fiend match, think it would actually be a fitting final match for Hulk to do a clean job for Wyatt on the big stage, plus The Fiend is exactly the kind of mega heel opponent that Hulk loved to work in his prime years. 

I thought Hogan vs Vince at Wrestlemania 19 was excellent, they told a great story but there is no way they could come close to that standard now and Vince at this stage of his life needs to stay out of the ring.
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