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article imageHulk Hogan may return to wrestling

By Owen Weldon     Nov 8, 2014 in Entertainment
Hulk Hogan may return to wrestling, and have a final match in the WWE at Wrestlemania 31, which takes place next year in March.
Hulk Hogan, 61, said that he has been training in hopes of having a match at next year's Wrestlemania. This comes after nine back surgeries and losing some weight, according CBS Sports.
Hogan said that he needs to get approval from Vince McMahon and Triple H to make it all happen.
According to Wrestle Zone, Hogan said his training is going great and he doesn't have any back pain.
Hogan spoke out about a few other things, such as he thinks that Sting will have a match in the WWE, and it will be at Wrestlemania 31. Hogan said he thinks Sting will wrestle the Undertaker, but John Cena could enter the picture somehow.
Hogan was asked about a possible match against Sting, but he dismissed the question. He said Sting has been talking about wrestling the Undertaker.
At one point in time, Hogan was told that he would never walk again. This was after the sixth back surgery, and when he was wheelchair-bound. However, he expressed interest in wrestling John Cena, or even "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in his final match.
For now, WWE doctors need to clear him before he can step into the ring to wrestle one more time.
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