Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada aka Flames Country
Re: Hogan lowballed by WWE; Staying with TNA
It would have been nice to have seen Hogan compete at Wrestlemania 30 in his last match ever, and have one final WWE run, but it's his decision in the end.
On that note, I find it ridiculous that TNA is in financial trouble, yet they offer Hogan more money than the WWE. Whatever, seriously, whatever. I guess releasing the talent they did, and cutting out these shows was to ensure Hogan stayed in TNA. Hogan hasn't really done anything for TNA to really help them out, but he does bring name value to the company, so I suppose that's the reason in keeping him around.
Also, I'm interested to hear what the WWE offered Hogan.
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