WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan was reinstated by the company last year, which naturally opened up the door for long-time Hulkamaniacs to dream of one more match for the wrestling icon.
A wrestling fan tweeted at Hogan and expressed his desire to see him go up against John Cena at WrestleMania 36 next year. The show is taking place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida - Hogan's hometown.
Well, Hogan actually retweeted what the fan had to say - suggesting that he may be open to a match against the 16-time World Champion.
@JohnCena Mania 35 came and went, but we’re not waiting any longer @WWE, @TripleH, and @VinceMcMahon. We want @HulkHogan Vs #JohnCena at #WWE #WrestleMania36 in #Tampa #Florida BROTHER!!! ONE LAST MATCH and chance for #HulkHogan to run wild once and for all. It’s #NowOrNever. pic.twitter.com/weHGBk0hNn— Joshua Hoffman (@GretschRocker89) May 9, 2019
It should be noted, however, that Hogan recently stated in an interview with the Tampa Bay Times that he "can't wrestle anymore." This is simply because Hogan has undergone a large quantity of major surgeries he's had to undergo - including multiple hip and knee procedures. In all, Hogan claims he's had 17 surgeries in the past 10 years alone.
That said, the 65-year-old Hogan remains in excellent shape - and he did emphasize that he hopes to "be back and really, really active." So for all we know, Hogan does have one more match in him - and perhaps we will get to see a dream match between the Hulkster and Cena.
Cena has only worked in WWE on a part-time basis over the past five or so years, as he continues to build up a successful career in Hollywood. He usually returns to face other legends and future Hall of Famers - including The Undertaker and Triple H.
A Cena and Hogan match may not be great in quality, given the latter's age and the fact he hasn't wrestled since 2013 - when he was in the TNA promotion. But you can never say never in this business.
What This Means
If Hogan manages to get himself back into wrestling shape, it could open up the door for him to wrestle that final match in WWE. He was the biggest name in pro wrestling during the '80s and '90s, whereas Cena has been the face of WWE for the last 15 or so years. Having the two legends square off in the ring would be something of epic proportions - but it's also quite unlikely that Cena vs. Hogan will actually happen.