"I would love to be at WrestleMania XXX, I would love to have a ringside seat. But, the truth is I do need a job. I quit TNA. I've just been kinda like hanging out on the beach, I'm hearing all the fans talk about what I should or shouldn't do," Hogan told Philadelphia's ABC affiliate at an autograph signing last week. "Never say never."
"I'd love to be at WrestleMania, I'd love to be in the crowd, but it would really be cool to be in the ring."
In response to whether he can still wrestle, Hogan said that while he couldn't wrestle "too much anymore," with the "right guy, the right venue, and the right payday, I might Hulk up."
PWInsider.com reported last month that the 60-year-old has been "training like a mad man" in hopes of wrestling again for WWE.
Hogan returning to the promotion could hinge on Triple H, who is leaving the door open for his return to the sports-entertainment organization. The six-time WWE Champion told the Associated Press in October that he was warmly received by Vince McMahon's son-in-law at a recent charity function.
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