There's no doubt that Hulk Hogan is renowned as one of the best wrestlers of all time.
He was a six-time WWF World Heavyweight Champion during his career with the company between 1983 and 1993, headlining some of the biggest PPV's of the time.
After leaving WWF in 1993, he returned to the company a number of times until 2015. But, following the leak of a racist rant made by Hogan, WWE terminated their contract with him.
They removed all references to Hogan from their website, including all his merchandise from the official shop, as well as his entry from the Hall of Fame page.
Of course, it would be impossible for WWE to remove all traces of their most famous wrestler and fans have continued to wear his merchandise to events, while online references have returned.
And recently, rumours have been circulating that suggest Hogan is ready to come back to WWE, with Triple H saying for a long time that he's open to the wrestler returning.
In fact, the 64-year-old clearly expressed his desire to return once again last week.
"A lot of the wrestlers I stay in contact with, I have a lot of friends up there [in WWE]," Hogan told TMZ Sports, per Wrestling Inc.
"A lot of people in the office, they all know who I am. For me, I'd love to change that last story that was told with the Hulk Hogan career. I'd love to get back in the fold, get back on the inside and correct a lot of stuff."
His comeback would certainly cause a lot of hype amongst fans, but according to WWE's Mark Henry, there's something he has to do before returning.
When asked whether Hogan could come back, Henry kept his response short and suggested he'd personally give him a chance, but only after an apology.
"I think after an apology to all of the existing African-American talent that he would - we're a forgiving world," he told TMZ Sports, per PW Insider.
Of course, it's not down to Henry if he returns or not.
But, if WWE want Hogan to return, then they should certainly be listening to the opinions of their current talent, especially over such a controversial figure.
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