Hulk Hogan Says "Things Are Moving In That Direction Quite Quickly" While Speaking On A Possible Return To WWE

Hulk Hogan says that talks are progressing.

Hulk Hogan's WWE contract was terminated during the summer of 2015 as he was recorded making some racist remarks and those recordings were soon released to the public. Hogan has not been mentioned by name on WWE programming since the incident but the company has came out and released statements concerning their stance on Hulk Hogan and all of those statements have noted that although they notice the lengths that Hogan is willing to go to change the perception that the public has of him, but he is still not a part of WWE.

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Throughout 2018 Hulk Hogan has expressed that he would love to rewrite the chapter that was closed in his WWE career and Hogan did reiterated those thoughts again while he and Ric Flair were being interviewed by WSVN's Chris Van Vliet at the 'Legends Of The Ring' event in Hollywood, FL. When asked about a possible return to WWE Hogan stated that things are moving along in the right direction in order for that to happen.

"Things are moving in that direction quite quickly. It's all about execution and timing and the right place and the right time but things are good." Hogan said.

The man on the left side of camera in the embedded video above, two-time WWE Hall Of Famer "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair was asked about his daughter Charlotte and the possibility of her taking on "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35 next year in New Jersey. Ric Flair feels that if Ronda Rousey wants to rise her stock even more in WWE then she must go through Charlotte.

"In my humble opinion, if Rousey wants to elevate her status in the company she needs to go through The Queen and The Queen ain't afraid of her, I got news for ya. I just saw her deadlift 315 lbs and she can bench 205 lbs for 6 reps. She is gifted beyond belief. I'm not involved obviously in any of the thinking but if they're ever going to put the women where they belong, this is the year because I think Ronda has only signed a one-year deal and then she wants to get out of there. She wants to have kids and all that. She just needs to be be prepared to lose. Not if sure if Ronda likes that." Flair said.

 

Speaking of Ronda Rousey, Ronda was revealed as the headliner for the 2018 UFC Hall Of Fame class last night during UFC 225. Ronda also has another big moment ahead of her next Sunday as she will be challenging Nia Jax for the RAW Women's Championship at 'Money In The Bank'.

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