"I don't think he's too happy. Knowing Vince the way I do and holding the press conference at Madison Square Garden...I know some people in house at the WWE and I know he didn't respond favourably. There's been nobody in the Garden for about 100 years really except Vince, his dad, his grandfather and his great grandfather promoting events and I kind of slipped in there and made the press conference for TNA. Then the other night I announced we're going head to head with WWE on Monday nights."
Hogan also hyped TNA's live 3-hour Monday Night iMPACT! special January 4th, which he says could re-ignite the Monday Night Wars and begin a new era in the pro wrestling industry. "I can't imagine what's going to happen when the Monday night wars start again but it's great because it gives the fans a choice and the talent room to negotiate and have somewhere else to go."