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WWE Adds Hulk Hogan Content and Former TNA Champ in Talks with WWE

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(Hulk Hogan (L) and Andre the Giant (R))

WWE has re-added some content featuring Hulk Hogan to the WWE Network that had been previously removed due to the controversy involving racist comments made by Hogan. The content includes the following:

*”WWE Rivalries” featuring Hogan vs. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
*”Hulk Hogan Unreleased” from 2009
*”WrestleMania Rewind” episodes featuring Hogan vs. The Rock, Hogan vs. Andre the Giant, and Hogan vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage

The only content that has not been re-added to WWE Network as of yet are episodes of “Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling.”

Former TNA star Gunner revealed to Scott Fishman of Channel Guide Magazine to promote the “Navy SEALs vs. Zombies” that he’s in talks with WWE:

“Wrestling is my number one love since I was a kid,” he said. “It’s what I always wanted to do. Ever since I was five I dreamed for that WrestleMania moment or wrestling some of the top guys on Monday nights. I definitely want to pursue WWE. There are some talks going on. I hope it comes to pass, so we’ll see. When it comes to the independent scene, it’s been awesome. That is where I came from.”

Gunner left Total Nonstop Action in June earlier this year, he was a former TNA tag champion and television champ. He teamed with cowboy James Storm for a lengthy tag-team run. The pair then feuded for awhile and ended in an I Quit match at the TNA Sacrifice event where Gunner won. He recently faced off against one of the best, if not the best, indie wrestler in the game when he took on Luke Hawx in the main event of an AML event which ended in a double countout.

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Aaron Portier
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