|By Raj Giri||February 08, 2013 | Comments|
Source: The Daily StarThe Daily Star in the UK has an interview with Hulk Hogan, who discussed changes in the business and how a lot of the wrestlers of today would be bagging groceries during his era. Hogan admitted that the change in the physiques of the athletes is for the better, as the action is a lot more exciting today. He also urged TNA President Dixie Carter to take the necessary steps to take TNA to the next level.
"It's either hold 'em or fold 'em. You're either in the wrestling business or not," Hogan said. "Is Dixie Carter really in the wrestling business, or this is just a hobby? You either make the move or you don't. You're at that point now. It's the same place we were with WCW – you either run with the big dogs or be a little dog and stay on the porch.
"The destiny of this company is in her hands. It can stay TNA, a powerful little company, or she can make the decision to move on to greatness."
Hogan also discussed the company's decision to limit the number of major pay-per-views per year to four, you can check out the full interview by clicking here.
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