Hulk Hogan says WrestleMania 32 was the biggest one since WrestleMania 3. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Hogan was asked about if he’ll appear at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, which he answered: “Never say never.” Hogan also put over how big WWE has become as a company.
“These big shows come off once in a while,” said Hogan. “The last one like this was WrestleMania III, and that was thirty years ago. It was amazing to see how strong the WWE is, and see the following. It is mind boggling to see a monster crowd that big. It was just a huge success, and shows you how strong and powerful the brand is when you see that building full with all that energy.”
Hogan says he reached out to Sting, who was inducted to into the WWE Hall of Fame over WrestleMania weekend. Hogan talked about how easy he found it to work with Sting.
“I’ve already sent him my thoughts, and I’m excited to see him in the Hall of Fame,” said Hogan. “When we wrestled, every time I would see him, I’d always tell him, ‘You don’t know how good you really are.’ When he was on top of the world, he was still so humble but still so great. Every time I would get in the ring with him, it was so easy it was just ridiculous. I can’t even explain how easy he was to work with, and it was so much fun working him.”
You can read Hulk’s full interview here.
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