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I'm thinking he'd work Divas-rules and just need to go thru the ropes. LOL


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote LennyComa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/November/2013 at 05:41
Surprise entrant seems to be the best bet for his return hobble in Throw 3MB out the ring then eliminated by Ryback or Axel hoping to draw heat

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As great as it would be to see Jake Roberts return at the Rumble, Hulk Hogan returning at the Rumble as a surprise entrant would be by far the pop of the night. His entrance is the best thing he's ever had going for him in my books, so to see him do his big real american entrance? I'd mark the fuck out for that.
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Originally posted by thundarr2000 thundarr2000 wrote:

But I have some difficulty in believing that Vince would work with Hogan on a handshake deal. The two have so much history together, I think both sides would want all the terms down in ink.

Hogan had better be getting in shape enough to get into the ring without the elevated entrance ramp.

If there is such a handshake deal going on, the terms of that may be a "get yourself fit enough and able enough to get in the ring, then we'll talk contracts"
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Yeah I reckon it's a case of if you can prove you're physically fit enough to work a match then we'll talk ideas and money, but until then I think the only offer on the table will be a legends contract which knowing Hogan he will see himself as bigger than that.

As Thundaar already mentioned the reason Hulk Hogans last full-time WWE run ended was because of huge creative differences between him and Vince Mcmahon, while Vince recognised Hulks legendary status he also knew he was aging and suffering from wear and tear on his body, he knew Hogan couldn't hang with the younger stars on a regular basis and wanted Hogan to be used primarily to put over the likes of Brock Lesnar, Kurt Angle, Triple H, The Rock and other headlining acts, Hogan had other ideas, he wanted to be WWE champion.

Now a decade on and with Hogan far more broken down than he was even back hopefully HH will now see that while he can still have a role in WWE that role is not to be the champion or anything close to what he was twenty years ago, but just simply that of a legendary figure who can still light up a crowd on the odd occasion and perhaps have one or two more marquee matches with select opponents.
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Hogan vs Cena could be highly entertaining, but I just don't see Hogan wrestling. /shrug Maybe Hogan working as Cena's manager? I don't know.

Maybe that's me though.

I'm really not sure how they could realistically use him in some kind of on-going storyline to be honest. I mean in one off cases like the Royal Rumble, or like at Wrestlemania when he squashed Mohammed Hassan, that kind of thing could be great for quick pop, but in a storyline? I'm not sure what he could do.


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He could become the "anti-authority" lawl
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Baz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/November/2013 at 19:36
Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

Hogan vs Cena could be highly entertaining, but I just don't see Hogan wrestling. /shrug Maybe Hogan working as Cena's manager? I don't know.

Maybe that's me though.

I'm really not sure how they could realistically use him in some kind of on-going storyline to be honest. I mean in one off cases like the Royal Rumble, or like at Wrestlemania when he squashed Mohammed Hassan, that kind of thing could be great for quick pop, but in a storyline? I'm not sure what he could do.

Oh please no, Cena couldn't carry Hogan to a decent match at Hogans age, heck even HBK couldn't carry Hogan to a decent match and when was that 8 years ago now?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/November/2013 at 20:38
Tch, as if HBK even attempted to carry the match. He sabotaged that match and made a mockery of pro-wrestling in that match, and he will never get off my shit list for that.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Raven Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06/November/2013 at 04:14
Yeah, Rico is right, HBK took the piss, and that's why it's the last great match Hogan will ever have.

Also, Hogan winning pretty much any match since 2002 makes a mockery of pro wrestling, so I've got no idea what your problem with HBK is.
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