Hulk Hogan opens up about is injuries, comeback attempt, and the nWo on the Turnbuckle Weekly with Chuck Carroll.
Hulk Hogan wants to wrestle one final match at WrestleMania and he says he’s healthy enough to do it.
It would be a truly remarkable feat for the icon. After the sixth of nine back surgeries, doctors told a wheelchair-bound Hogan that he would never walk again.
Flash forward a few years and he’s envisioning a final big boot and leg drop against either John Cena or Stone Cold Steve Austin in front of 80,000 screaming Hulkamaniacs in San Francisco next spring.
But before any of that can happen, the 61-year-old WWE Hall of Famer needs to get the okay from Vince McMahon and Triple H.
Hogan and I talked about his plans this week as McMahon announced plans of his own to give away the over-the-top WWE Network to new subscribers for the month of November.
– His feelings backstage right before he turned heel and joined the nWo
– Where pro wrestling would be if the nWo never happened
– What would happen if John Cena turned heel
– More on his health and training for a comeback
– Whether Sting will wrestle at WrestleMania
– Whether he wants to wrestle Sting at WrestleMania
The full interview can be heard at the top of the page. Naturally, it’s must-listen material.
Chuck Carroll is former pro wrestling announcer and referee turned sports media personality. He once appeared on Monday Night RAW when he presented Robert Griffin III with a WWE title belt in the Redskins locker room.
Follow him on Twitter @TheChuckCarroll.