Hulk Hogan has made his first appearance for WWE in three years.
On Sunday, Hulk Hogan was reinstated into the WWE Hall of Fame after what WWE called a "three-year suspension." Hogan was spotted near Pittsburgh on Saturday night and on Sunday he was at the PPG Paints Arena where Extreme Rules was being held. He did not appear on the pay-per-view but did speak to at least a portion of the locker room. Hogan tweeted that the visit went well.
On Monday, WWE uploaded the video at the top of this page. It features Hulk Hogan urging "Hulkamaniacs" to go to SuperstarsForHope.com to bid on some of the prizes available. Superstars For Hope has worked in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Clubs Of America and Hulk Hogan was inducted into the organization's Hall of Fame earlier this year. In the video, Hogan says the donation he's seeking are for the Special Olympics and the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health.
There has been no word on if Hogan will make any live appearances for WWE and there have been no reports of a contract signing between WWE and Hogan.
UPDATE: In the afternoon, comments on the video were locked and then the video was deleted.
Fightful Wrestling will continue to report on how WWE and Hogan's relationship develops.