Ever since videos emerged of him saying some racial slurs while being unwittingly filmed in bed, Hulk Hogan has been blacklisted by the WWE.
The only other former superstars who have suffered that troubled fate are Chris Benoit, who murdered his wife and son before killing himself, and Jimmy Snuka, who is suspected of killing an ex-girlfriend.
Since the racist tirade came about online, the WWE scrubbed basically every single mention of Hogan from their archives and website, going on a full purge of the Hulkster as they didn't want to be associated with him. However, that could be set to change.
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According to a report from Daily Wrestling News, ever since he won his trial against media giant Gawker, essentially crippling the publisher and forcing them into bankruptcy, the WWE have been considering bringing Hogan back.
"Vince McMahon and other top WWE officials are open to bringing Hogan back in again," the report stated.
Apparently, there is no set date on when the Hulkster will return, but with his name being pretty much cleaned in the public conscience after his court win, it is now OK to get him back in the fold.
After all, Hogan is still something of a draw and fans will always pop whenever his music hits.
"No word yet on how he may return but one source expected him to be eased back in," they added. "It was also noted that Hogan still equals money and some officials have been waiting for the right time to bring Hogan back into the spotlight."
So, get ready WWE fans. Hulkamania could be running wild on you once again.