WWE announces a special Monday Night RAW titled “RAW Reunion” for the January 19th, 2015 edition of the program. The company is advertising Hogan, Michaels, Hall and Nash to make special appearances at the event.
Hall is a guest on VOC Nation Radio to discuss his children and a possible role within WWE.
I got to go to the Hulk’s birthday at Raw and, of course, the Hall of Fame was really fun. It’s really cool to be around these young guys and have these guys who are actively on the scene going, ‘Man, I grew up watching you. You’re the best’ and all that and I never get tired of hearing that so I would welcome that. I think that I have something to offer but right now I’m just trying to work on getting and keeping my stuff straight.
WWE RAW hosts special 61st Birthday celebration for Hogan. Many of Hogan’s oldest friends appear including the nWo, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff.
Hall refuses to sign cancer bound child’s birthday card at wrestling convention which other wrestlers such as Goldberg, Ric Flair, Edge and Bret Hart had signed for the six year old brain cancer patient.
Hall is a guest on The Art of Wrestling to discuss WWE, sobriety and wanting to wrestle as a kid.
I wanted to wrestle as a kid. Since I was eight. Another thought never crossed my mind. The freedom of the job, the lifestyle really caught my eye. I was like, “Oh man!”
Hall is a guest on the Steve Austin Show to discuss WCW, life on the road and advice from his early career.
I remember, there’d be a few old timers who’d try to give me advice. I remember, Strongbow used to pull me aside and give me some words of wisdom. A lot of times I was too green and arrogant to listen to what he was saying.
Hall talks to Wrestling 101 about living with DDP and who he likes watching in WWE.
I’m staying at the ‘Accountability Crib’ with Dallas in Atlanta, and my son Cody who is 21-years old, Dallas invited him to come and join us here, and he’s just breaking into the wrestling business so that has been great. I’ve known Dallas for a long time, over 20 years, and it’s been great what he’s done for me.
Hall speaks about being a part of the nWo in WCW:
I had no idea the NWO thing was going to work, I knew I was going to be getting good money, and I knew I would be getting days off. I thought creatively it might not be that satisfying, I had no idea all that stuff was going to work, Kev didn’t know, Hulk didn’t know, Bischoff didn’t know, so it was really pleasing that it blew up like that. In my mind when things happen organically they are way better, with the NWO we were making it up, it was live TV every Monday, sometimes we didn’t know what we were going to do till five minutes before we went on air.
Sting wrestles in War Games to clear his name as Hollywood Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and The Fake Sting take on Sting, Lex Luger, Arn Anderson and Ric Flair. This is Sting’s last match in over one year.
Wrestlemania 11 is held at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Connecticut. The event features NFL Linebacker Lawrence Taylor vs Bam Bam Bigelow, Shawn Michaels vs Diesel, Jeff Jarrett vs Razor Ramon and Owen Hart and Yokozuna vs The Smoking Gunns.
Wrestlemania 10 is held at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. The event features Razor Ramon vs Shawn Michaels in a ladder match, Randy Savage vs Crush, Lex Luger vs Yokozuna and Bret Hart vs Yokozuna.
Hall defeats Martel for the vacated Intercontinental Championship on WWE Monday Night RAW. Hall wins the match via pinfall after delivering his signature, Razor’s Edge move. The match ends in ten minutes and forty-eight seconds.
Hall is born in St. Mary’s County, Maryland despite being billed from Florida during his WWE career. He develops an interest in professional wrestling as a young man and decides to pursue the sport as a career. He makes his professional debut in 1984 with Championship Wrestling from Florida.
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