Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 11, 2013
Justin Credible: ‘Hulk Hogan Likely Going To WWE’

Justin Credible: ‘Hulk Hogan Likely Going To WWE’

In his weekly column, Justin Credible spoke about the WWE Battleground PPV and more. Here are the highlights…

On The WWE Battleground PPV: Battleground was what everyone expected. A middle of the road show with a horrible ending to a main event. I’m personally pissed off and I want my money back. $60 is a lot to pay for a Raw on a Sunday night. That’s the last time they sucker me in for one of these PPVs. We all kind of knew it wasn’t going to be great, but I just hate non finishes on ppv. I mean really. WWE has to do better if they want to continue to put on 12 ppvs a year.

On Hulk Hogan Heading to WWE: In non WWE related news Hulk Hogan’s contract with TNA is up. Look for Hulk to be in the WWE around Royal Rumble time. This way the hype can begin for Hall of Fame and possibly WrestleMania. With all of this going on I wouldn’t be surprised if both Hulk and Sting were at WrestleMania 30. Just my opinion.

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20 Responses to “Justin Credible: ‘Hulk Hogan Likely Going To WWE’”

  1. EducatedTNAfan says:

    Wouldn't be too surprised to see it. Hogan would love to have the money that Vince will throw at him. In the right role Hogan can be a major asset to tna. Really hope hogan wrestles a few matches in tna.

  2. Listentna says:

    Not one single person cares what justin not so incredible thinks. The only thing he was good at was bleeding. He did have a decent tombstone

    • Dick C. Carter says:

      I certainly care what Justin Credible has to say. That explains why I decided to to read this news. Why did YOU decide to read it?

    • OldManEaston says:

      Justin Credible was not a great ECW champion, but he was passable, which is a testament to Paul Heyman being able to squeeze every last drop of talent out of his locker room. The impact players though, were a very good tag team. That was two things, BTW.

      • Dick C. Carter says:

        Justin was at the right place at the right time. He carried the company through probably it's roughest period. At that particular time, no one could generate as much heat as Justin Credible in ECW. Corino and Rhino were still not ready for the main event. ECW's 2 prior champions had just jumped ship for another promotion. Lance Storm was negotiating a contract with WCW. RVD was out with a leg injury. There really wasn't much of a choice at the time. I think he did a damn fine job. Go back and look at some of his title defenses. He worked his ass off.

        • OldManEaston says:

          I know, that is what I mean. Paul Heyman took a guy who was far from the best worker in ECW, who never was one of the companies top talkers, didn't have that enigmatic factor and didn't even look the part and turned him into a credible champion (no pun intended). He looked like the guy who should be bagging your groceries or rotating your tires at the super lube, instead of a professional wrestler after all the great stuff in ECW, but it worked somehow because Paul Heyman put him in a position to succeed and Justin Credible believed it and ran with it. After all these notable guys at the forefront of ECW angles like Funk, Douglas, Raven, Dreamer, Sandman, Mick Foley, Taz, Sabu, RVD etc etc, against all odds, this skinny bald guy with funny teeth and a misshapen head became a decent champion. It was a minor miracle.

  3. 1985dude says:

    Yeah, because Justin Credible is an insider on if Hogan would be going to WWE lol.

  4. 1985dude says:

    why did the word e x p e r t get edited out of my comment? lol

  5. Nova_numb says:

    Lol when I think of what Hulk Hogan will do, the first guy I think of to ask is Justin Credible. I mean if Aldo Montoya doesn't know…Who will? I could care less if Hogan leaves but I do find it amusing that this site posts Justin Credible's thoughts on the matter…Here post my thoughts too…Fat Andrew says…Hogan could go to the WWE or he could go back to TNA…orrrr he could go on to make hundreds of Porn Movies as not Thunder Lips, but Blunder Hips….Taaaadaaaa I just offered as much insight into it as Justin Credible did.

  6. Roid Master says:

    I guess you could call him a CREDIBLE source.

  7. 2blackbelts says:

    Unfortunately, TNA was nothing more than a paycheck, stopover, and holding zone till Hogan could try to go back to WWE

    • Dick C. Carter says:

      True. Although I imagine Hogan and Bischoff really believed they could turn TNA into a billion dollar franchise. I don't put anything past the ego's of Hog and Bisch

  8. Real Deal Heel says:

    Justin Credible may be less credible than even Hogan. He spent the past few years cashing bad checks and worthless food stamps for his Oxy addictions.

    But to be a devil's advocate:

    Sting would not go WWE, but if he did maybe I'd check out their boring ass WWE stuff for a min.

    As far as Hogan..he'd prob get 1 million for minimal work in a buildup for WM30 vs 2 million for having to do work in TNA.


  9. CKinzu says:

    Hogan should go back to the WWE and have 1 final match for Wrestlemania XXX. The WWE could bill it as Hogan's final match and make big dollars off it. The story is suppose to see Vince and Triple H feuding for the company going into Wrestlemania. What better person for Vince to bring back to fight for him than Hogan? It's the 30th Anniversary of the event made famous by Vince and Hogan for the most part. It really makes to much sense for the WWE and Hogan to pass on the opportunity.

  10. Undedlok says:

    It is inevitable that the Hulkster goes back to the Fed.

    As far as Sting, it is very likely that Taker's retirement match is against Sting. To make that match have any meaning, they would need Sting in there by the end of December to begin a process of getting to the Taker with the Taker responding for WM.

    • CKinzu says:

      I've always felt Taker needed to lose at Wrestlemania to an upcoming talent they want to build up. I'm not so sure that will happen though. The smart bet is that Taker wins at Wrestlemania XXX and retires undefeated, but that's a wasted opportunity to me on the WWE's part.

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