Hulk Hogan hasn't used his 24-inch pythons in a wrestling ring since 2012 when he worked for TNA Wrestling, but if he gets his own way, we could be seeing him in a WWE ring one more time.
The Hulkster will be in Saudi Arabia at the end of the month for Crown Jewel, but he won't be competing.
Instead, he will be the leader of a team led by Seth Rollins, against the Randy Orton-led Team Ric Flair.
His showdown with Flair on Miz TV on Monday Night Raw last week actually got the fans in attendance really excited when they teased a fight.
A lot of people wouldn't want to see two pensioners go at it again, but the reaction was surprisingly positive.
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Hogan spoke to the Los Angeles Times this week, and it sounds like he's not done when it comes to being in the ring, even at the age of 66.
"I talked to Vince, and I said I really don't know if I could live with myself knowing my last match was with TNA," Hogan said, per WrestlingInc.
"If I can get fixed, I pray I can have one more match. I told Vince, 'When I get through this back surgery, I'm going to get in the best shape of my life and we're going to talk about me having one last retirement match.'"
Hogan also revealed he's had talks with McMahon about competing at WrestleMania 36, which is coincidentally in his home-town of Tampa in April 2020, but it would all depend on how he recovers from his upcoming back surgery - the eighth of his lifetime.
And who would he want to face on the Grandest Stage Of Them All if he was allowed one more opportunity in a WWE ring? It would be a man he's already fought at 'Mania.
"I'd love for it to be against Vince," said Hogan. "I had such a great time with him in the ring at WrestleMania 19.
"I had no idea what to expect from him, but he's a great bad guy. His timing is great. I loved wrestling him, but everything he does hurts.
"When you're in the ring with someone and they're hurting you, you kind of pinch them on the wrist, and the whole match I was doing that to Vince.
I was like, 'Vince, take it easy!' Everything he does hurts, but I'd like to get in the ring with him one more time for my last match. That would be perfect.
Their 2003 Street Fight was entertaining, but booking a 66-year-old who hasn't wrestled in over seven years against the 74-year-old Chairman of the company, who hasn't competed in the same time-span? That would be incredibly dangerous.
The fact that Hogan has had serious conversations with WWE about it though means that it's got a very real possibility of happening.News Now - Sport News