Breaking News: Ric Flair to Wrestle Hulk Hogan in November?

Myles HubbardCorrespondent ISeptember 15, 2009

In some shocking news, it was announced that Hulk Hogan and surprise...Eric Bischoff are planning a tour of Australia in November. It is titled Hulkamania: Let the Battle Begin  and will feature some top free agents in pro wrestling today performing on four shows.

Some of the superstars set to appear include former WWE superstars Mr. Kennedy, Umaga, and "I did it for The Rock" Rikishi.

And if anybody cares, former WWE developmental diva Lacey Von Erich is also set to appear. Several of Hogan's friends, including DDP and the Nasty Boys are rumored to appear too.

But the biggest news rumored for the event is that Ric Flair was in negotiations with Hogan to wrestle him in at least one of the matches of the four-show tour.

According to PWInsider.com, a source close to Flair has confirmed that he will wrestle Hogan on the tour.

Regardless of what you may think of Hogan and Flair, I personally would very much enjoy seeing those two in the ring one last time, even though it would most likely be a very poor match.

People would think that this would be for financial purpose, seeing that Hogan has been in debt recently, but I really don't want to see him put his body through any more trouble, especially with his injury history.

What is your opinion about this up and coming event that will most likely be the curtain call for the Hulkster?

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