So after 72 hours of teasing and after a whole of questions and thinking about what to say. I went over all the of possible ways to type this out and I think I got the best way to do it. Without further delay let's get to this big post:
Let me get this out the way first I don't agree with what Hogan said, but I also don't agree with people jumping throat and saying he's a racist. I will say that I tend to believe people who have not only worked with Hulk, but known him 20-30 years when they say that Hulk isn't a racist and is a "Super nice guy" and has done a lot to help people with their career. I will be honest that I have drawn a line in the sand to where I wont cross with this post, because I am not going to focus on this and that's why this part of it will be shorter. I expressed my opinion and now I am moving on and so should you.
Note: The following statement is not only very opinionative, but also may include language not suitable for all readers. Either if you can handle reading someone's opinion that differs from your own or if you don't like bad language click the X or the back button, because you don't have to keep reading. Just saying if you expect me to respect your opinion, then you need to respect mine, because if you don't I could give two s**** less about what you have to say.
"The winners get to chose how history is remembered" is a phrase that perfectly describes the wrestling business and one in particular Vince McMahon. As for the last 32 years Vince and the WWE have been pretty much winners over the long haul, but one man is to thank for that because without that man there would be NO!! Vince McMahon or WWE. That man's name is Hulk Hogan, and you might say that I am crazy well what I say is who did Vince invest in first? Who did Vince give the ball to in January 1984 and never looked back? What craze/gimmick did Vince make more money of off then any other gimmick in the 50 years of the WWE. The answer is that 31 years ago on January 23 1984 in Madison Square Garden it wasn't just the beginning of a new era for the WWE it was the start of the future. That night in MSG saw the return of Hulk Hogan after almost four years away from the company and that night also saw the beginning of Hulkamania. January 23 1984 is the night everything changed for the WWE and then it happened again when over 93,000 people packed the Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan for WrestleMania 3. Then it happened again 13 years later when a sold out crowd in Toronto saw "The Match of the Century" Legend vs Icon at WrestleMania 18 in 2002. Also who could forget in 30 years ago at WrestleMania 1 from that same venue that gave birth to a New Era in WWE the year playing host to history again. Without Hulk Hogan there would be NO!!! WWE and I firmly believe that and would dispute anybody who says otherwise. Think about without Hulk, there would never have been WrestleMania 1 because who would have teamed with Mr. T against Piper & Orndorff. The match that should have main evented WrestleMania 18 between Hogan & Rock would have still remained a dream without Hulk Hogan. The night that WWE changed the business again at WrestleMania 3 which also gave birth to probably one of the most replayed moments in WWE history the night Hogan slammed Andre, what would wrestling be like without that moment or that crowd.
I firmly believe that Hulk Hogan helped bring WWE to a level that only he could have and without him I don't believe that the WWE would be where they are today. Also Hulk didn't just have a part in shaping WWE history, but what about 19 years ago in Daytona Beach, FL at a certain WCW PPV when Hulk Hogan turned heel to help form the New World Order and changed the business again. Nobody that ever has stepped foot in that ring has done more to change this business then Hulk Hogan and for WWE to think that they can just erase almost 40 years of history and some of the biggest moments in the companies is f**** insulting to the fans and WWE should be ***** ashamed of themselves for trying.
They can't erase one of if not the biggest star in the companies history just because he made one mistake 8 years ago. I understand they are a public company, but I don't care. There is to much history to try and erase to many moments wouldn't exist without Hulk and it makes me sick to think that the thought has popped into their heads of doing that. It's insulting to us and him to compare what he did to what another former talent did 8 years ago, and you wanna why I say that because their treating it the same way and it's bullshit. They should be grateful to Hulk for what he did for the company instead of trying to pick the parts of history fans remember and the parts they want us to forget. Once again I want to say certain things, but I feel like if I do and the wrong person sees I might get sued and I don't about you, but I don't want to get sued. I support Hulk Hogan (I don't support what he said, I just support him) and believe he made a mistake, and I think that the WWE has blown this out of proportion and should be ashamed of themselves.