Hulk Hogan was reportedly in talks with WWE about making a non-wrestling appearance at Wrestlemania 36. But, according to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com, the two sides couldn’t come together on financial terms and talks ended.
Hogan was originally set to be at WrestleMania when he was going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame for the second time, along with nWo members Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Sean Waltman. Obviously, with the coronavirus, the original plans for the week of WrestleMania, including the Hall of Fame were canceled. Instead, it sounds like the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be moved to SummerSlam Weekend in August.
Despite this potential appearance not being in a match, Hogan has talked about training for one final match and has said he’d like to have one more bout at the Show of Shows. Unfortunately, that may be off as well now as he just revealed he suffered a torn right biceps while training.
This now makes two stars that were supposed to appear and things were changed. The other was heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury.