Hulk Hogan Identifies Fellow WWE Hall Of Famer As “One Of The Greatest Ever”

Hulk Hogan Identifies Fellow WWE Hall Of Famer As

Hulk Hogan disclosed his desire to step into the ring with fellow legend Ric Flair, underscoring his enjoyment of creating memorable moments with a diverse range of opponents throughout his illustrious career.

In an interview with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Hogan expressed his eagerness to collaborate with Flair, recognising him as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. Reflecting on his journey in the wrestling world, Hogan reminisced about his early aspirations to work alongside legends like Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff. He also expressed admiration for his later experiences with Chris Jericho and Randy Orton, highlighting the satisfaction derived from facing different opponents.

“I wanted to work with Ric,” Hogan remarked, showcasing his adaptability to various wrestling styles. “There’s no doubt he was one of the greatest ever. Earlier in my career, I wanted to work with Piper and Orndorff. Later on, I loved working with Chris Jericho. He was just amazing. I wrestled a match with Randy Orton, and I loved that. I always loved wrestling, and I liked the challenge of working with different guys. I loved wrestling The Rock. If you’re going to create magic, there is a formula, a feel, a timing, and a placement. That’s the ‘It Factor’–you need to be able to see it and feel it.”

Did The ‘Hollywood’ Hulk Hogan Persona Appear In WWE Before WCW?

The ‘Hollywood’ Hulk Hogan phrase was seemingly coined by none other than Bad News Brown in WWE during an episode of Superstars Of Wrestling in the late 80’s. Brown labelled Hogan ‘Hollywood Hogan’ during a promo segment.