When asked if he thought pro wrestling would ever get as big as it was in the Monday Night War era, Hall said there are a lot of other factors involved.
"The economy was different then, it was stronger. I think there were less entertainment options. There's so many things now that people can view. There's not just cable TV, there's online. I think that cuts into it," Hall said.
Hall also said that while pro wrestling shows aren't necessarily doing the ratings that happened in the 1990s, he considers the WWE a much bigger company than in his era.
"Overall I think wrestling companies will get bigger. The WWE machine is a lot stronger than it was when I was there. When you go to TV, it's unbelievable the production that's going on. Then they have their Network cameras there filming guys filming guys," said Hall.
The WWE Hall of Famer also said that he's working on his own cooking show, and he'd like for it to be on the WWE Network.
"They're stocking that Network full of shows," Hall said. "I want to do a travel show. I'm working on a cooking show, I'm going to do some of it at Dallas Page's performance center. I'm going to do a cooking show called Dude Food, where I show young guys how to eat good and clean, cheap."
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