As posted on Prowrestling.net, Hulk Hogan continues to blather on to the press about how he’s going to take TNA into the palm of his powerful hand and mold it into something that will compete with WWE. Get a look at what he told IGN:
I don’t have a deal to wrestle there. You can just think of it as if Dixie Carter had hired Vince McMahon to come in and breathe super energy and super life into the product. Think if Vince was actually hired, what would he do?
I’d like to think he’d burn that piece of shit company to the ground and dance on the ashes. And yes, Hulk Hogan compared himself to promoter extraordinaire and empresario Vince McMahon, and continued to do so:
It’s almost as if Dixie hired Vince McMahon to come in and make sure this was a momentum-shifting year and a big move and that TNA becomes the company that puts out the best product. That’s why I’m going there.
Bullshit. You’re going there to steal money from a sucker, and you’re gonna leave TNA worse than it already was, if there is a such thing as worse than “in complete fucking shambles.” Hurricane Hulk is gonna come through, demolish everything in his path, rebuild nothing, and go back out to sea with loads of money in his pocket and a ton of talent in his wake. The best idea Hogan ever had was… was… I can’t think of any good idea that was likely a Hulk Hogan original, as everything he did in the WWF was probably Vince’s creation, and all of the shit he was allowed to do in WCW turned him into a huge embarrassment, save for, like, one night in his career. All of the Harley Davidsons and presidential announcements and “that was a fast count/no it wasn’t”s don’t make the last 13 years of Hulkamania any damn good, nor do they prove that Hulk is smart enough to run a wrestling company (let alone a marriage or a family or a pasta restaurant or a fantasy fishing tournament). Go ahead and keep flushing thousands of dollars down the toilet, Dixie, I’m sure daddy has more where those came from. -Eric