Hulk Hogan Reveals How His WWE Return Came About, Talks Warrior/WWE HOF

Posted by Matt Boone March 25, 2014 1 Comment

As previously reported, WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan appeared on Huffington Post Live on Monday to promote WrestleMania XXX. Beyond the sex tape information that was reported yesterday, Hogan also talked about a couple of current WWE-related topics.

As far as his actual WWE return, Hogan noted that it came about when Triple H saw him at a charity event in New York City a few years ago. He said Triple H approached him and asked him straight out, “when are you coming home?” Hogan said that he mentioned to Triple H that he didn’t think Vince McMahon wanted him back, but Triple H assured him that he did. Hogan noted that TNA public relations executive Mike Weber was standing right next to him when Triple H was talking to him.

Hogan again dropped the “never say never” line when asked about working one final match, but did note that he wouldn’t ever be able to do his trademark leg drop again.

When the subject of The Ultimate Warrior came up, Hogan mentioned that he and Warrior don’t communicate much these days, but did say that he’s excited to see him be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame this year.

You can watch the complete appearance of Hogan on the show by going to HuffingtonPost.com.

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    • Kris Godwin

      “Hogan said that he mentioned to Triple H that he didn’t think Vince McMahon wanted him back”

      Gee, what gave him that idea? Maybe it was when he claimed that TNA would destroy WWE?

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