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WILL HULK HOGAN BE PROVEN A HYPOCRITE IF HE GOES BACK TO WWE, WAS BISCHOFF A FAILURE IN TNA, JOHN CENA'S AMAZING RECOVERY ABILITY AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2013-10-27 09:59:00

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If (stress the "if") Hulk Hogan should return to WWE for Wrestlemania 30, wouldn't that negate the past three and a half years of him putting TNA over as the "greatest wrestling company" etc? I know that was his job in TNA but to run back to WWE so soon after leaving TNA doesn't that put a question mark over his credibility? Or do we just say "That's wrestling for you"?

Honestly, anyone who believed him when he said TNA was the greatest wrestling company would already know to question his credibility. It was a ridiculous statement. No matter how you feel about the product, there is no way TNA is better than WWE. No way. With that said, people say things on wrestling shows that aren't true all of the time. It's just part of the process.

What happened to the WWE championship? Growing up in the 80’s the WWE title was pushed as the most important championship in all of professional sports. Now it’s nothing more than a prop that gets tossed around from one wrestler to another. I would love to see the belt go back to its former glory when the likes of Hogan/Warrior/Savage held it. My question is, what do you think the WWE should do to make the title mean something again?

Sadly, the entertainment part of the business has become more important to WWE than the sports part. They like it that was. The title could easily be pushed as the most important thing around, but WWE would have to change their corporate philosphy for that to happen.

Now that it appears that Bischoff is on the way out from TNA after contributing nothing to it and, in fact, making it worse, doesn’t it solidify the notion that he was a one-hit wonder in the wrestling business with an angle he copied from Japan?

It does appear that way but it's not official yet. But whatever happens, when you look at what he contributed to TNA both positive and negatively, I don't know anyone other than Eric, his fans or his sycophants that would say his run has been a good thing. The major ideas that he and Hulk Hogan pushed that were tried failed, from taking on WWE on Monday nights to having Impact go live on the road.

Concerning Cena's healing powers, is it his will to recover or he the most physically gifted athlete in all of sports? Do you think other athletes see him recover so fast and get envious?

Some guys do heal faster than other. For example, last year Adrian Peterson made a miraculous recovery from a blown out knee. I don't know if other athletes are envious or not. I can't say.

I know this is not going to happen, but I would love to see AJ Styles drive Dixies car to Monday Night RAW and get in the WWE ring with the TNA title belt.

Yep, that isn't going to happen!

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