Hulk Hogan challenges Brock Lesnar to WrestleMania showdown

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Brock Lesnar may have just defeated John Cena to become the WWE Heavyweight Champion, but the ‘Beast Incarnate’ may already have a fight with another wrestling legend lined up whether he likes it or not.

The identity of this star, the one and only Hulk Hogan.

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Unscripted Vitriole 

Hogan had a birthday celebration on last week’s edition of Monday Night Raw which was crashed by Lesnar who told Hogan to his face, “Party’s over grandpa.”

According to reports, that line from Lesnar wasn’t actually in the script and looks like it was something that Brock came up with himself - or with help from Paul Heyman - to try and add to the rivalry.

Hogan went on to appear on a radio show on Friday night and after taking time out from praising John Cena to the rafters, he cut a really interesting promo about wanting to face Lesnar for the title’s that he has just won at Summerslam.

Can Hogan Fight?

Hogan has been telling fans and media that he’s planning one wrestling one more match for the WWE. And it seems that the Hulkster is hoping for his final tussle in the square circle to be at WrestleMania 31.

But should something like that be allowed? I know we are talking about the WWE, an organization that scripts pretty much everything you will ever see them put out, but surely not even the most diehard fan could suspend belief enough to think that a 61-year old Hogan could put up any sense of a threat to the man that just dominated the Heavyweight Champion in gruesome fashion.

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