If Hulk Hogan is to believed, he won't be among the dozens of names set for Monday's Raw 25 celebration.
Hogan has been on the outs with WWE since a tape emerged in 2015 featuring Hogan using racial slurs, causing WWE to sever ties with the man that anchored the company for a decade. In an interview with The Washington Post, Hogan spoke about his influence on WWE.
"Brother, if I'm not there, I'll definitely be there in spirit. One way or the other, Hulk Hogan influenced each and every one of those guys you're going to see on TV Monday night. And that includes Vince McMahon, too," said Hogan.
When asked if WWE wants him back, Hogan wasn't sure. Regardless, he's not ruling out doing some work overseas if WWE doesn't come calling.
"I don't know if they want me back. I think the fans want me back. I think that I'm part of that company from the ground up. Triple H I know is a huge fan of the guys that gave their blood, sweat and tears and their personal life to make this happen. I know Triple H would love to see me back on the inside again. I'm about ready to jump on a plane and fly to Japan and get involved with that Bullet Club, man. I'm so excited about those kids," Hogan said.
WWE would issue Fightful a statement saying that they remain committed to their decision to keep Hogan off of WWE programming.
You can see the full interview at this link.