Hogan responded that as long as Russo stayed in his place and didn't cross him, there would be no issues. Hogan then said that if he did, Hogan would have to take care of it.
What the fuck does that even mean?
What IS his place? Does talking trash about him constitute stepping over the line? How about booking him to take a pin?
In all honesty, this should be pretty interesting.
Hogan probably won't be wrestling. I honestly don't think even he is crazy enough to walk in the ring after an x-division match and try to look anything but ridiculous.
Which begs the question, is a GM figure/pure promo guy (plus his buddy) really worth the amount of money they're paying him?
I was getting somewhat excited about Nigel, now it'll probably take second stage to these guys.
Also, since i'm not very familiar with the actual dynamics State-side, could anyone enlighten me on the REAL
appeal of Hogan?
I personally couldn't give two shits about Hogan making any sort of appearance on any promotion other than the carcrash possibilities, but then again i'm not your average ticket-and-PPV-buying American fan.
What i'm asking is, does Hogan really have the fabled star power to draw casual audiences, or did it all fizzle over the bad reality shows?