John Cena, just hours after becoming WWE Heavyweight Champion for the 15th time during Money in the Bank, received a sensational offer from one of the all-time greats of the organization.
Hulk Hogan was quick to voice his congratulations to Cena following his impressive ladder match victory at the weekend, and seemed keen to ensure that the WWE superstar maintained his position at the top:
"Congratulations to my favorite wrestler John Cena 'the champ is here' thank God, now he can keep things straight in the WWE, for a change," wrote the veteran wrestler before following it up with a call to arms:
"Yo Cena if you need anybody to do your dirty work around there we can always call HOLLYWOOD, 'HHH/HollywoodHulkHogan4Life' brother," continued Hogan.
Cena back on top
John Cena was crowned Heavyweight Champion during Sunday evening's huge Money in the Bank ladder match, besting the likes of Roman Reigns and Randy Orton to win out in front of a packed arena.
The victory puts Cena just one title win behind the legendary Ric Flair who sits atop the WWE with 16 belts, and whilst the move has proved popular with most of the WWE community there were some that seemed less than pleased to crown Cena champion - other than those he defeated in the ring of course.
Namely Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The power couple were clearly frustrated as Cena saw off his rivals to come out on top, and the duo will undoubtedly have a plan in place to ensure that the wrestler doesn't hold onto the title for too long.
Suddenly that offer from Hulk Hogan looks slightly more appealing.
Hulk Hogan has long been an admired of John Cena as a wrestler - championing the superstar when others went against his down the years. The pair also famously combined (alongside Shawn Michaels) to defeat Chris Jericho, Christian and Tomko.
And now it looks like he is willing to put his body on the line yet again for the face of the organization.
One of the most popular and charismatic wrestlers ever to grace the WWE, Hogan is known to be one of it's biggest advocates. His latest comments however suggest that he isn't overly happy with the new set of stars challenging at its peak, with the likes of Bray Wyatt and his mysterious clan having challenged Cena in the past.
His offer to aid Cena however is probably more out of loyalty than substance. Hogan may have brought Hulkamania back to the WWE when he hosted WrestleMania back in April of this year, but at 60 years of age it is unlikely that the veteran will be giving any of Cena's adversaries the leg drop anytime soon.