With the heavily rumored interest of the Carter family looking to sell TNA Wrestling, a lot of speculation has begun to arise about the future of the man she brought in three years ago to help and turn the company around, Hulk Hogan. He, along with Eric Bischoff, was supposed to turn the fledgling company into a legitimate competitor to the juggernaut that is WWE.
So, of course, the only place that Hogan would be able to go to pick up a paycheck at this point would be to return to his roots once again and head back to WWE.
According to a report from Examiner.com, that’s exactly what’s about to happen.
Hogan and WWE have reportedly reached a verbal agreement for the Hulkster to return to the company he played the biggest part in building up to what it is today. The report cites that he is indeed back with the company, but hasn’t signed a legend’s deal.
“We knew this would happen at some point,” the source tells Examiner. “It’s my understanding that there isn’t a contract in place, but there’s a verbal agreement that will move forward. It’s just a good fit for everybody involved, especially with the milestone WrestleMania 30 coming up. Hogan needed to finish up his stuff with TNA and just come home.”