Hulk Hogan Has Hope That He Will One Day Return To WWE, Talks The nWo Deserving A Spot In The WWE Hall Of Fame, More

"The Hulkster" is hopeful.

WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan has stated on numerous platforms and in interviews that he would love to rewrite the chapter that was closed in his last run with WWE. With the whirlwind of the past few years it has been for Hogan and his relationship with WWE he is still hopeful that one day he can bring the red and yellow back to the company.

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Jim Varsallone of the Miami Herald recently caught up with Hogan to go over "The Hulkster" being inducted into the 'Boys & Girls Club' Hall Of Fame. During their conversation Hogan reiterated that if he were allowed back in WWE then he would never leave the company again.

"Well, never say never. That would be a dream come true for me to go back home. I started many, many years ago in 1977, 78' for Vince McMahon Sr., and I've been back-and-forth several times. So I'd like to go back one last time and stay there and never leave home again." Hogan said.

One of the more memorable times from Hogan's WWE career was his run with the nWo. WWE's version of the group at the time consisted of Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash who were looking to run rough shot over the company and Hogan feels that the group deserves to be in the WWE Hall Of Fame.

"Now you're talking," he said. "The nWo -- Hogan, Hall and Nash, kind of like changed wrestling and kind of like made a pivot, where everybody used to cheer for the good guys, and we kind of made it cool to cheer for the bad guys. So, the way we changed wrestling's history and the course of the train of thought that the fans have now, I think is attributed a lot to the nWo's reign of terror. I think the nWo, definitely the three original founding members, deserves a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame."

The WWE Hall Of Famer then spoke on his fellow Hall Of Famer, the late great "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. Hogan shared that he feels that Ronda Rousey who is carrying on the legacy of the "Hotrod" so-to-speak is a great situation.

"I think it was a really, really cool situation that Ronda went to Piper first, out of respect, and asked Roddy if she could use his name," Hogan said. "Piper was grateful that she was asking, and he was just overwhelmed that she would want to represent it on that level."


Ronda Rousey has also established another connection with a WWE veteran; Natalya. In a recent interview Natalya went over the friendship that she has with "Rowdy" Ronda.

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