WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his Q&A section of JrsBarBq.com. Here are some questions he answered.
Rumors are spreading the return of Hulk Hogan making an appearance at Wrestlemania 30. Do you think the Hulkster has a match or two left in in? If so who would you like to see Hogan face? Not new rumors actually. I don’t see him trying to have a match. That would be sad, risky & isn’t necessary for Hulk to contribute to an event.
WWE announced this past Monday that The Animal, Dave Batista, is returning to the company in January. Honestly I was pleasantly surprised. I’m not a huge Batista fan but this should shake things up a little bit. I feel WWE has been a little stale lately, which is usually how I feel before Wrestlemania season.
So I’m looking forward to Batista’s arrival on January. But I don’t think Vince should stop there.
The time has come to bring Hulk Hogan back to World Wrestling Entertainment.
Bob’s Random Rumblings: Reliving A Feud #18 – Randy Savage vs. Hulk Hogan
It’s a feud that happened quite often during the 90’s between two of the most recognizable wrestlers in pro wrestling history. It all started in 1989 and ran off and on for ten years.
For most of 1988, Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage were friends. In fact, they were best friends. Hogan helped Savage win the WWF World Championship at WrestleMania IV. They always had the other’s back. At SummerSlam in August they teamed up to form the Mega Powers to defeat Ted DiBiase and Andre the Giant.
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David and Alex celebrate Thanksgiving by reflecting on what they are thankful in pro wrestling. They discuss Hulk Hogan, Total Divas, ROH TV, WrestleCon, Survivor Series, and much more!
Jamie Stangroom explains how his adulation of wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan has affected his journey into adulthood. This comedy short features indie greats Vampire Weekend, glamour-model Brandy Brewer, and clothes shop Beyond Retro (Jamie’s favourite), we take a comedy stroll through Jamie’s affliction.
The refined gentlemen in the WWEClassics.com office have been rewatching old WCW shows as a profession for years and we’ve stumbled upon more than a few dopey moments we can’t believe we missed the first time around. Everyone remembers when David Arquette won the WCW Title, but what about the night Scott Steiner set attack dogs on Sting? Or that time Hulk Hogan got into an endlessly quotable confrontation with The Wall, who just happened to be standing on the top of a hotel a mile away from The Hulkster?
Former WWE and TNA Wrestling executive Bruce Prichard appears on this week’s edition of The Steve Austin Show podcast, where he discussed the Brother Love character, early days in Pasadena and Austin, Texas, working alongside Vince McMahon, and more.
As with “The Brawl to End It All”, only the final match on the card was televised on MTV. The undercard featured two title matches, however. The first featured Wendi Richter, accompanied by Cyndi Lauper, defending her title against Leilani Kai, who was managed by the Fabulous Moolah. Kai defeated Richter to win the title belt.
In the following match, Barry Windham and Mike Rotundo defeated The Spoiler and The Assassin to retain the WWF tag team championship.
In the main event match, Hulk Hogan defeated “Rowdy” Roddy Piper by disqualification to defend the WWF Championship. Paul Orndorff and Bob Orton, Jr. interfered in the match on Piper’s behalf. Hogan’s friend Mr. T was sitting at ringside; at the end of the match, he and Lauper entered the ring after the match but were attacked by Piper and his friends. During the brawl, Piper kicked Lauper in the head.