Why Hulk Hogan Shouldn't Be at WrestleMania 25

Adrian StaehleSenior Analyst IFebruary 20, 2009

Rumors abound that Hulk Hogan will be at WrestleMania to face John Cena or Chris Jericho.

Hogan's last match was versus Randy Orton and he "had" to win that match. That's the problem: If he wrestles for the WWE, he has to win.

Every time he has come back, he has been set up to win. For example, both his 2005 match against HBK and his 2006 showdown with Randy Orton were easy wins.

If Hogan returns at WrestleMania, he's going to want to win the match. Otherwise, he won't do it.

I know what the Hulkster has done, but we must have some respect for those that are carrying the company at this time. Hogan, you are the past; you should pass the torch.

He should bow down to the "main man" in the company today; and you would hate to hear it, but that man is John Cena.

Hogan won't be facing Orton this time; today's WWE just doesn't have room for Hulk's ego.

Hogan did his part back in the 80's and early 90's. He need not make a half-assed comeback and give John Cena the worst WrestleMania match.

Hogan vs. Cena could be entertaining, but I don't see it happening, because Hogan would want to win no matter what. That's how he does "business."

Hulk, do the right thing if you do return at WrestleMania 25.

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