Recently, WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan made his return to WWE TV as the special guest host of "Crown Jewel" from Saudi Arabia. Hogan only appeared once, but still received quite the reaction from the Saudi crowd. Many speculated that this could be the first of many returns for "The Hulkster" on WWE TV.
Hogan's son, Nick Hogan, was recently interviewed by TMZ Sports. Nick was asked about how his dad's return to WWE went, and how Hogan felt about the Middle Eastern crowd:
"He had never really been to the Middle East before, you know? So this was his first time going over to the Middle East. So it was really interesting for him to see, you know, the reaction to 'Hulkamania' in the Middle East. So, it was a home run all around.
"He Facetimed me from over there and it was like - it was pandemonium. It looked like 'Hulkamania' in the 80s over here. It was just like so many fans and so many people that had never gotten to see him or experience him in person before."
Nick was then asked when he thinks Hogan will retire from the professional wrestling business. He said that the business runs too deep in his father's veins, and he doesn't think he'll ever quit:
"I don't think that's ever going to - Well, first of all, everybody thinks it's a joke. But he's still, like, over 6'5 and over 300 pounds. He's just a monster. And he's strong. It's just insane. So, I don't know, he always says, like - he just loves it. He loves training, he loves the wrestling business - it runs too deep in his blood, I don't think he'll ever quit."