Two of the biggest names in wrestling history, Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair have famously never gotten along with each other. Professional jealousy of course plays a part, as neither alpha male will back down from an argument between the two of them.
Both legends in their own right, Hogan and Flair have with time formed an amicable relationship, something that wrestling fans have appreciated all over the world.
Recently speaking in an interview, Hogan did mention that he wants to return to the WWE for one last time, as he feels there is one more chapter left to tell in the fabled legacy of Hulk Hogan.
“A lot of the wrestlers I stay in contact with, I have a lot of friends up there [in WWE],” Hogan said. “A lot of people in the office, they all know who I am. For me, I’d love to change that last story that was told with the Hulk Hogan career. I’d love to get back in the fold, get back on the inside and correct a lot of stuff.”
“It has to be the perfect timing for both sides,” Hogan continued. “We’re all on good terms, we’re all working towards the same goal. Hopefully, I’ll be able to be back with my wrestling family some day soon.”
Ric Flair was then asked to comment on Hogan’s possible return, to which he gave a typically curt response.
“We look forward to that.”
Hogan was the one of the primary reasons for turning WWE into the global entertainment institute that it is today. Hogan was the face of the company back in the 1980s, when Vince McMahon’s WWE broke through and reached a national audience.
Hogan also spoke about his biggest Wrestlemania disappointment, which was the match that he never had against John Cena. Hogan was penciled in for a dream match against Cena, before he injured his back and could not compete.
“WrestleMania 25, I as supposed to take on John Cena in Orlando and my back blew out,” Hogan said. “I was in the middle of my fifth or sixth back surgery. I was supposed to wrestle John, that was my most disappointing one, not being there.”