WWE: Hulk Hogan return 'great', says wrestling legend

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Wrestling legend 'Diamond' Dallas Page believes Hulk Hogan's impending return to the WWE is 'great' for the company and has also praised the timing of his comeback.

60-year-old Hogan, a former 12-time world champion who has also previously featured in WCW and TNA, made his return to WWE TV after a seven-year absence on this week's edition of Monday Night Raw and is also in-line to guest host Wrestlemania XXX in New Orleans in April.

The return of one of professional wrestling's most iconic names has understandably generated a lot of excitement around the WWE universe and Page evidently believes that the timing could not have been better.

"I think it's great that Hogan is back not only because the WWE Network is such an awesome thing but it also couldn't be better timing with 'WrestleMania XXX' round the corner," he told Star Pulse in an interview that was quoted by WrestlingInc.com.

Anticipation ahead of wrestling's most important event is already building, with The Undertaker set to put his famous unbeaten streak on the line against Brock Lesnar and Batista set to go head-to-head with Randy Orton.

Are you pleased with Hogan's return to WWE? Which other legends would you like to see back in the business? Let us know below...


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