Connect with us

WWE

Hulk Hogan Reinstated Into the WWE Hall of Fame

Published

on

Hulkamania is once again running wild on the WWE Hall of Fame. After a three-year removal from the prestigious WWE collection of icons, Hulk Hogan is finally being allowed back in.

He was fired by WWE and subsequently removed from the Hall of Fame for a series of offensive slurs and racist language used in leaked tapes. These surfaced during a libel trial with Gawker. The gossip site had also revealed a segment of a sex tape between Hogan and the wife of his friend, Bubba the Love Sponge.

In a statement released by WWE, the company has reinstated Hogan after multiple attempts to make up for his indiscretions. He has made several public apologies about his language and has been doing volunteering work with young people to stop them making the same mistakes.

The company have also noted that this work has led to an enrollment into the Boys and Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame.

Hogan was last seen in a WWE ring on March 23rd 2015 for an episode of RAW where he had a segment with Curtis Axel during the Axelmania period of his career.

Whether this re-introduction means we’ll see Hogan at WWE events in the near future is still a mystery but this show of good faith from the company would certainly hint at a new relationship with the former superstar.

John is a UK based wrestling obsessive who still wants to believe the Bullet Club is fine. He is always tearing the business apart and first realised wrestling was for him when he saw Mankind fall from the top of the cell at King of the Ring 1998.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Trending