The Sioux City Journal has an interview with Hulk Hogan, who was promoting this Sunday's SmackDown taping at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, IA. We are looking for correspondents for the taping, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here.
During the interview, Hogan talked about crashing and burning and returning to WWE "where it all started." He also talked about wanting to return to action, saying that he gets "the jones."
"Triple H told me I've got nothing to prove but the last time I wrestled was not with this company and I want my legacy to end with the WWE," Hogan said. "I weigh 295. I'm in really good shape and I'm training like I'm going to get in the ring. I'm like a convict given a life sentence.
"Vince (McMahon, the WWE founder) said, 'Never say never.' And that's what I want – one last match, one last run, one last title win, one last title retirement."
Source: Sioux City Journal