By Ryan Clark | November 01, 2009
» Ken Anderson (former WWE star Mr. Kennedy) is reportedly being advised by his mentors not to sign with TNA or anywhere right now as the belief is that he might be offered a deal to return to WWE by working for Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff's "Hulkamania" tour since it will no doubt catch Vince McMahon's attention. We're told WWE has spoken to many on that tour about coming back, but nothing has been finalized.
The general opinion is that Anderson landing a job back with WWE could be an uphill battle considering his negative reviews from top guys like Triple H, Shawn Michaels, John Cena and Randy Orton during his time with the company. While the line is to never say never in wrestling, the odds seem stacked against Anderson actually returning to WWE anytime soon.
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