Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 16, 2013
Update: Hulk Hogan Not Signed With TNA … Yet

Update: Hulk Hogan Not Signed With TNA … Yet

Hulk Hogan has not signed with TNA after all. Previous reports had claimed that Hogan had signed a new contract after WWE offered him less money than TNA. He has NOT yet signed a TNA contract.

That means that Hogan is still a free agent at the moment but the two sides are still negotiating.

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28 Responses to “Update: Hulk Hogan Not Signed With TNA … Yet”

  1. nate says:

    I like Hulk Hogan but they do not need him at this point

  2. Kyle says:

    Let him go.

  3. Luchador says:

    TNA better be sure they don't let him do anything he wants if he resigns

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      It's probably part of the issues with resigning him, they probably want to get rid of the creative control, and reduce the amount he's being paid. When the company is in the state that it is, and every wrestler is taking pay cuts, he should too.

  4. Stunner says:

    In the words of Sting the singer ” Free Free set them Free!

  5. The Boss says:

    That does it. I’ve made up my mind. I will NOT be buying BFG. You took too long TNA so I’m waiting until Hogan actually appears on TV before I will be spending any more money on TNA.

  6. Buseye says:

    Don't sign him,let him go.

  7. DJBIGCG says:

    People might not like what I say, but I would rather see Hogan at wrestlemania, than bfg if he had to choose to go to one

    • toddmikki says:

      Most agree with you because you guys are wwe slappies!! Any true TNA freak will want HULK Hogan because HE IS WRESTLING!

      • toddmikki says:

        Remember Hulk made Vince, vince DID NOT make Hulk!

        • Bartab says:


        • Peckar says:

          In your world maybe.

        • Whatever says:

          If you want to be technical about it, Vince’s father made hulk hogan. Vince Sr gave the hulkster the name hulk hogan. And this industry would still be around today if the name hogan never existed. People can say that he made wrestling but I believe McMahon would have found someone who would be the face of wrestling. Hogan was just in the right place at the right time and had the right look.

        • The Boss says:

          You are 100% correct. Anyone who disagrees doesn’t know their wrestling history. Before Vince Jr signed Hogan the WWF was a lingering 3rd place promotion who’s title was even stripped of World championship status by PWI. Meanwhile Hogan was already gaining world wide fame and appearing on such shows as the tonight show with Johnny Carson talking about Hulkamania a full two years before Vince now claims to have created it. Vince signed Hogan because he was ALREADY the hottest the hottest wrestler in the world and knew Hogan could carry the WWF to greater heights.

        • Bigmike885 says:

          you're a either a complete idiot or a 12 year old. They both made each other….Hogan would have been a star for sure without Vince, but he wouldn't have become the worldwide icon he because with out VKMs promotional machine.

        • TheBossOfPW says:

          You can delete my comments that prove Hogan made Vince as many times as you want board but you can't change history.

          • Whatever says:

            Same goes for my comments being deleted and not posted but just for the record if it wasn’t for Vince Sr, the name hulk hogan wouldn’t exist. His father gave hogan his name so if technically Sr made hulk hogan

  8. TheMiwyun says:

    He is obviously going to appear at mania next year so dont worry peeps! its the 30 year mark for them and its going to be huge so he has to be there.

  9. hangers says:

    Fcuk Hogan…

  10. TheBringer92 says:

    Should get a 6 month legends contract at wwe…He wants to be at Wrestlemania 30

  11. Philly_Cheese says:

    Like I said with all those previous reports, take it with a huge grain of salt, because their source tends to make things up sometimes. I for one hope Hogan never returns to TNA, he's done to little for the company to warrant being paid such large amounts.

  12. Bigmike885 says:

    This might completely piss of the TNA diehards, but if Hogan is going to appear at one last major show it NEEDS to be WM30…Hogan needs to retire, needs to hang it up, but at the end of the day he needs to go out on a grander stage that BFG.

    • OldManEaston says:

      I agree, get your last big appearance and then go away with dignity like Harley Race. Or go away without dignity, but just go away. It is way past time. It should have happened ten years ago if Hogan's life wasn't such a mess and he wasn't addicted to the spotlight. Nobody but a tiny group of 40 year old Hulkamaniacs, embarrassingly wearing their blond wigs and ripped shirts want to see this 60 year old guy on a weekly basis, still running around like he is the "the man" in professional wrestling.

  13. TheBossOfPW says:

    The latest report (if you believe anything on the internet) is that Hogan wanted to work a program with CM Punk but WWE wanted him to face Jack Swagger in a Real American vs Real American match. That sounds like IWC mark stuff to me but who knows. If it is an issue with who he would face then have Hogan face whomever has the MITB in a career vs briefcase match. Then Hogan can win the MITB and spend several months teasing when he would cash it it. He could peak through the curtain whenever the title is being defended and such. That will leave fans on there toes wondering when he will go for the title without him having to wrestle further until he cashes it in (which we all know never involves a match). Maybe cut a few promos (depending how long they drag it out). Hogan gets to be the focus simply by having the briefcase without having to take up much time. Then he can get one more WWE or WHC World title and everyone is happy.

    • Bigmike885 says:

      dude..youre totally making shit up..that hasn't been reported on any reputable all..but you're the boss I guess..

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