Hogan is interviewed by Hall on The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about working with Sylvester Stallone on Rocky III, family-friendly entertainment, and his love scene.
I tell you know, you gonna see a brand new Hulk Hogan. I do a lot of screaming and yelling to get the message across to all those kids out there.
Hogan gives an interview on The Arsenio Hall Show. They discuss the allegations of using steroids that are against him.
When there a lot of lies told in the courtroom the papers print a lot of these lies as fact. It hurt me it hurt my family.
Hogan talks to Fighting Spirit magazine. Hogan discusses Bret Hart and his issues with the fellow performer.
The main-event guy made the most money when he had the belt. When I was the (WWF) champion, I made the most money. It was an old rule that Vince (McMahon) Sr. had that, thank god, was passed on for quite a while. That changed when Bret Hart became champion; he’d work for a lot less than anybody else, so it changed everybody’s pay.
Hogan talks to Wrestle Talk TV about TNA storylines and what the company needs to grow.
If you’re not a die hard wrestling fan, the story-lines have to be consistent. The plots have to be something that is very easy to understand.
Hogan talks to AP.org about Triple H, Wrestlemania and if he will work one more match
Let me put it to you this way, brother: With the right guy, the right situation, with a big enough event, big enough storyline, you’re damn right I have one more left in me.
Hogan talks to WWE.com about Ultimate Warrior and still getting nervous in WWE.
Oh yeah, there were nerves. Even the night before, I couldn’t sleep. I was tossing and turning. I’m thinking, “How are these fans going to welcome me back?” But when I came out right at the top of the show and they saw me, it was almost like I had walked behind a 747 jet. The only way I can explain it to you is it was this energy and it was so loud it was like, “Woah!” It made me take a step back for a minute.
Hogan talks to WWE.com about his career, the WWE, his life inside the wrestling industry and interacting with Vince McMahon upon his return to WWE.
He (McMahon) actually gave me that shot of confidence I needed that night. When I was really jitterbugging right before I had to go out, Vince kicked the door down and he gave me this hug that felt like it should have broken my ribs. He goes, “Go out there and have fun!” And I went, “Yes. That’s what I needed. I needed that from you.” He’s always been there and we’ve always been friends.
Hogan gives an interview on The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about whether he will wrestle again and his respect for WWE wrestler John Cena.
He’s (John Cena) done a lot of great stuff, I mean the training curves and vitamins, he raised the bar hustle, team respect. He made it cool again to be a good guy but someone needs to drag him around the ring for a half hour.
Hogan appears on The Matthew Aaron Show podcast. Hogan talks potential in-ring return and career regrets.
Brother, my goal is to perform in the ring again, it’s not if, it’s when, I’ve been training like crazy, my back doesn’t hurt at all, my back’s perfect, now I’ve finally got by back straightened out and I’m really trying to get myself into shape because if you step inside that WWE ring you better bring it, and last time I brought it they begged me to take it back.
Hogan sits down with Yahoo Sports to discuss Summerslam and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
I know he had a good run when he was in the Attitude Era. I don’t know how long the Attitude Era was — four years, eight years — I don’t know how long it was. That’s where we totally disagree. Maybe he and I should lock up and figure this thing out. That would be a nice match.
Hogan is a guest on the Chad Dukes Wrestling Show to discuss his regrets and Bray Wyatt.
He fits in that grey area, and I’m gonna put myself over, that I started when I turned bad guy, Hollywood Hogan and people cheered me. It just showed the fans, whether you’re good guy or bad guy, they’re gonna cheer who they love and like to watch perform and I think he kinda broke down that barrier again. At first I was like ‘Oh man what is this guy doing,’ and then I started watching him and with the mind games and the rap and basically how good he was in the ring. I remember one pay-per-view he wrestled Daniel Bryan in the opening match, was like a year or so ago, nobody could follow that match. It was the first match of the pay-per-view and they tore it down. Daniel Bryan and Bray Wyatt. And I said this guy’s gonna be red-hot.
Hogan appears on WRBL 3 News to discuss this year’s WWE Tribute to the Troops event.
When I see these soldiers doing what they do, they’re the best at what they do. It really makes me proud because every one, so far, has come up to me and said, ‘Hey Hulk, I was a little, teeny Hulkster growing up,’ or ‘I’m still a Hulkamaniac!’ That’s really cool to hear that.
Hogan is interviewed by the Huffington Post. He discusses professional athletes coming out of the closet as openly homosexual.
I think everybody’s been reeducated, so it’s not that big a deal. At least for me — and I can only speak from my heart — I’ve got people all around me who are gay, so it’s not an issue with me. I think the whole world feels like that now. I knew Pat (Patterson) was gay back in 1976, when he helped me start wrestling. Whenever I see Pat, I give him a big hug and kiss. He’s my guy! There are several wrestlers in Japan who are gay. I’ve just never looked at it as anything weird. It was normal.