WWE Hall Of Famer ‘Probably Done’ With Wrestling

3 weeks ago by Dave Adamson

WWE Hall Of Famer ‘Probably Done’ With Wrestling WWE

A WWE Hall of Famer and wrestling legend is reportedly “probably done” with wrestling according to a prominent source.

Having not had a match since January 2012 and bringing an end to his decades-long career on a TNA live event in Manchester, England, The Immortal Hulk Hogan has kept his wrestling appearances few and far between.

Hogan was the focus of a recent discussion on Haus of Wrestling between Nick Hausman and Conrad Thompson.

Discussing the possibility of Hogan vs Goldberg one more time, Thompson revealed:

“Hulk Hogan will not be wrestling Goldberg on any of those shows. I haven’t been in contact with Hogan, but I can assure you there will not be a Hogan vs Goldberg last match.

“I don’t think there’s any scenario where you see Hulk Hogan even holding a tag rope.

“No disrespect, he is my favorite. He’s the reason I’m talking to you. I was a little Hulkamaniac, that’s what got me into this. But, sure, I think he’s, he’s probably done. I think that’s fair to say.”

Hulk Hogan is a two-time WWE Hall of Famer and appeared on the Raw is XXX show in January 2023 celebrating WWE Raw’s thirtieth anniversary.

Mustafa Ali recently revealed that he was nearly given Hogan’s “Real American” theme tune as part of the “New American” gimmick.

Ali is the number one contender for Gunther’s Intercontinental Championship, as seen on the May 15 episode of WWE Raw.

Here are results from the May 15 episode of WWE Raw:

Shinsuke Nakamura def. The Miz

It was announced Liv Morgan had suffered an injury and the scheduled Women’s Tag Team Championship match was cancelled

Mustafa Ali won a battle royal to become #1 contender for Gunther’s Intercontinental Championship at Night of Champions

Becky Lynch returned and cut a promo on Trish Stratus, challenging her to a match at Night of Champions

Dominik Mysterio def. Xavier Woods

As JD McDonagh left the arena after an interview, there was a tease of Finn Balor scouting him to recruit him for Judgment Day

Indus Sher (Sanga & Veer) def. two jobbers

Cody Rhodes promo on Brock Lesnar ahead of their Night of Champions match

Raquel Rodriguez def. Chelsea Green

Judgment Day (Finn Balor & Damian Priest) def. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn after interference from Imperium, which had been instigated by Paul Heyman doing deals with Judgment Day and Imperium earlier in the night

Transcript from Inside the Ropes.

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