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Hulk Hogan Claims That He Will Be At WWE Crown Jewel In Saudi Arabia

Could The Hulkster appear in the ring at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh?

The summer of 2015 saw Hulk Hogan's relationship with WWE terminated following the leaking of a tape where the Hall of Famer made some racist remarks. WWE said they were "committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds" at the time, yet saw fit to reinstate The Hulkster back into the company in July of this year.

While Hogan hasn't made a televised appearance in the flesh for WWE since being reinstated, the company have slowly started to integrate his image back into certain sections of their output. Hulk can be seen in the new introduction before televised events, and WWE have even promoted an upcoming nWo reunion talk show happening this weekend. However, during a recent interview with The Orlando Sentinel, the 65-year-old let slip that he could be on the verge of a comeback to TV at a couple of big events.

"There are a lot of plans in the works," Hogan said. "I'm looking forward to going to Saudi Arabia with the WWE, looking forward to WrestleMania - but yeah, we're moving forward at a rapid pace. It's exciting to have this opportunity again after all these years where I was there and gone."

WWE have confirmed today that Crown Jewel will be taking place as planned on 2 November at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh as part of their third-quarter earnings report. But even though an appearance at Crown Jewel has not been confirmed at the time of writing for Hogan, he is already looking into the future with the company.

"I sure would love to be a part of the WrestleManias and the big events and the grand openings and the new conquests of the WWE. Saudi Arabia! Hong Kong! China! Antarctica! The North Pole! Whatever it is, I'd like to be part of the ongoing growth of the wrestling business, and be with WWE the whole time, that's the only place to be."

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