Hulk Hogan’s son Nick commented on a possibility of his father returning back to the WWE.
In a recent interview with TMZ, Nick stated that he cannot divulge matters on the matter and revealed that “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan is in fantastic shape and still has the potential to put up matches despite being in his mid-60’s
Have a look at Nick’s entire say on the topic:
“Man, you know I can’t talk about that stuff…I would love to see it because WWE is fantastic; I can’t say anything.”
“It’s not the wrestling that’s taxing on him, it’s the traveling…He just doesn’t wanna stay on the road all the time.”
You can watch a glimpse of Nick Hogan’s interview with TMZ Sports below;
Hogan’s last appearance for the WWE was during the go-home show for WrestleMania 31, where he confronted Curtis Axel and his “AxelMania” along with Snoop Dogg. His contract was then terminated for allegedly making racist comments and was erased from the WWE altogether.
Hogan was also the host for the iconic WrestleMania 30, where he opened the event along with The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin for a segment that will be remembered for years to come.
Hogan also endured a long legal tussle against Gawker which hurt his reputation.
Hogan’s return has been speculated repeatedly ever since he apologized for his comments in an interview with ABC. The COO of the WWE, Triple H has also revealed in the past that he is open to the idea of “The Hulkster” returning. Even if he returns, it is highly unlikely that he would be used for matches considering his age. It takes more than fitness to keep up with the WWE’s new era which has ushered in the last few years. He may be used for backstage segments, authority roles or random appearances.