Hogan suffering from major thirst

Hulk Hogan “Knows” Triple H Wants Him Back, WWE Responds​

WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan was interviewed by Dan Gelson of the Associated Press this week and confirmed that he is not planning to be in attendance for Monday’s big RAW 25th Anniversary special. Even though he won’t be there in person, Hogan says he’ll be there in spirit, because Hulkamania inspired every legend we’ll see at RAW 25, including Vince McMahon.

Hogan’s bio is still gone from WWE.com after his summer 2015 release from the company due to the fallout from his sex tape & racism scandal. He’s been on the outside of the WWE Universe looking in for nearly 3 years now, but would return in a heartbeat if he got the call.

“I’m 64 years old and right now I could go out and tear WrestleMania down,” he said. “I might have that one more match where I really beat the hell out of Vince. I’ve still got one in me.”

Hogan’s ready to return, are WWE – and more importantly – their sponsors, ready for Hogan?

“I don’t know if they want me back,” Hogan admitted. “I think the fans want me back. I think that I’m part of that company from the ground up. Triple H I know is a huge fan of the guys that gave their blood, sweat and tears and their personal life to make this happen,”

He added, “I know Triple H would love to see me back on the inside again.”

Dan Gelston of the AP reached out to WWE about the possibility of Hogan returning. Unfortunately for the Hulkster, it wasn’t the response he was looking for.


With a WWE return seemingly not in the cards, Hogan has expressed interest working with the Bullet Club in New Japan Pro Wrestling. Could we see Hogan don the black and white once again and stand beside the likes of Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks?

“I’m about ready to jump on a plane and fly to Japan and get involved with that Bullet Club, man. I’m so excited about those kids,” Hogan said.

Other topics discussed include Hogan’s beach shops in Florida and why he’ll never do reality television again.

Pack it in and enjoy your Gawker money…if that actually pays out.

“…that Bullet Club, man.”

Sweet Jesus.

That sad, gross old man needs to stay the fuck out of my wrestling product.

I again co-sign on that! I guarantee you he doesn’t know Bullet Club from a club sandwich. He just catches on to the buzz and wants to jump aboard for his own benefit. That is the modus operandi of one Terry Bollea. I hope WWE continues to stand by their decision permanently. NJPW would be wise to just ignore that broken hipped, busted knee caps, gimp legged has been.

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i’m guessing that the bullet club guys are happily willing to let hogan in the stable because they were fans of him and it gives them a rub. there’s no point in hogan going back. all they had him do was shill the network and say bullshit stories on interviews. he’d get a huge pop jsut because who he is. but there’s no incentive to bring him back.

“Major thirst?”

I must be too old for certain terms these days.

Kenny and the Bucks actually commented on Hogan recently on Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling podcast; they’d tweeted about having Hogan walk them to the ring for a Dome show or something and got some backlash from fans on it - they wanted to put it out there that they weren’t serious about it. I doubt that they’d want anything to do with Hogan at this point but it’s whether or not Gedo does really. They mentioned that they have influence but the final call is Gedo’s, so even if they said “No way”, he could over-rule them. I doubt he would though. Hogan’s not bringing close to enough positive attention to the company for it to be worthwhile paying him to be a valet.

Basically it means he’s desperate. I could be wrong but I believe that the term was originally sexual; “that girl is thirsting for the dick” as in she’s desperate to fuck a particular guy.