WWE is desperately trying to come up with a dream match for Hulk Hogan for next years WrestleMania from Ford Field in Detroit. Since it’s the 20th anniversary of the legendary Hulk Hogan – Andre the Giant match from WrestleMania III, WWE wants to do something special. There was talk of trying to drag the Randy Orton storyline until then, although that seems unlikely with Hogan already convincingly defeating Orton at SummerSlam.
The much talked about Hogan – Steve Austin match for next years WrestleMania also is very unlikely. It’s not a matter of money for Austin, as it’s just the simple fact that Austin doesn’t want to work with Hogan due to their past differences. There has been talk of building up the Big Show, or even the Great Khali, to face Hogan to play off the Andre match.
AllBollywood.com has an interesting article about the Undertaker and Crush being in an Indian movie in the mid 90’s. He played the lead villain in the film, and appeared as himself in the movie (in full dead-man grab). AllBollywood.com has posted about 20 screenshots of him and Crush from the movie. For the screenshots and the article that talks about his appearance in the film, click here.
I’ve received emails from several readers about ads airing in the New York area for upcoming WWE Live events, with the commercials asking if Triple H would be able to get revenge against Shawn Michaels and the McMahons. I haven’t seen the commercials, but I do know that the original plan was only to have DX around until SummerSlam. I hadn’t heard anything about Michaels turning on Triple H, especially since Michaels had said he had no desire to become a full fledged heel in the past. The current plan is for DX to be around for the foreseeable future.
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