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The word is, the WWE is going to try and make it so his last match is at WrestleMania XXII. Personnally, I think he should not only go out the Champion, but he should go against a classic opponent. Here's what I feel.

 

At some Point before WrestleMania, Ric Flair wins the World Title. He defends it against Hogan at WrestleMania. They put on an amazing classic match and Hogan Wins. They embrace and have a heartfelt, honest, emotional goodbye. Hogan leaves the Champion. The next week on RAW/Smackdown/Whatever, they begin a 32 man tournament for the title.

 

Hogan goes out the way he should and the Title gets a fresh start.

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Please, you can't bury the new talent just to raise the legends up. WCW learned that all too well.

 

The ultimate match for Hogan to go out on would have to be against a legend so you don't bury any new talent. The best option is Ric Flair. You have the guy who represented Sports Entertainment and the guy who represented pure wrestling. I'd much rather see Ric Flair win but Hogan would end up taking it.

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As much as I'd like to see Hogan/Flair, the match itself would be awful- Flair can be carried to a decent match, and Hogan can do NOTHING. They need someone that can carry Hogan to a watchable match, like Rock a few years back, and Michaels at SS.

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Hey, Flair can still put on awsome matches and Hogan, well, there's nothing quite like seeing him live and he should go out the Champion.

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Hey, Flair can still put on awsome matches and Hogan, well, there's nothing quite like seeing him live and he should go out the Champion.

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Flair may be able to put on semi good matches. Awesome matches? Those days are long gone, he had a decent match with Orton at TT but the guy is in terrible shape anymore and all he really has is his psychology which only can get you so far. As I've stated it would be absurd to bury young talent just to give Hogan the belt. The guy was a huge politician for years, getting titles and extending his reign as champion when many in the back knew it was hurting the buisness. Hogan received more than enough time in the lime light as champ, their's no problem having him wrestle as a legend but what does that say for the future stars of the sport when they lose to a guy over 50?

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The word is, the WWE is going to try and make it so his last match is at WrestleMania XXII. Personnally, I think he should not only go out the Champion, but he should go against a classic opponent. Here's what I feel.

 

At some Point before WrestleMania, Ric Flair wins the World Title. He defends it against Hogan at WrestleMania. They put on an amazing classic match and Hogan Wins. They embrace and have a heartfelt, honest, emotional goodbye. Hogan leaves the Champion. The next week on RAW/Smackdown/Whatever, they begin a 32 man tournament for the title.

 

Hogan goes out the way he should and the Title gets a fresh start.

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Memories of the tournament in Wrestlemania IV, after Andre the Giant sold the belt to Ted DiBiase. That was the WWF at its finest right there.

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Meh, Hogan's too old to go out the champ. There are younger guys who can put on better matches and with Hogan, basically, the Hogan/Rock match is as good as it will ever get (and probably my personal favorite match of all time).

 

I would much rather see Cena/TripleH/Edge/HBK/The Conman/Matt Hardy main eventing Mania (yes, those last two were jokes).

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Conman is tight. I laughed my ass off. Good music, good character and the fans pooped on it.

 

All good, they'll shove him down our throats until it works (ala' Masters).

 

That Michaels promo is going to have the fans cheering him moreso than Hogan come Summerslam.

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That Michaels promo is going to have the fans cheering him moreso than Hogan come Summerslam.

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Yep, I don't get the logic in the video which portrayed him as a face and then him bringing up Hogan's past if they want him to be a heel.

 

It's ironic though that a former clique member is complaining about backstage politicians.

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The Conman

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How could you not like the conman? Get it his name is Conway and he's a conman? That's comedy.

 

Seriously, what idiot thought this could possibly get over?

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The same one that thought of the "mole" gimmick for Jillian Hall on Smackdown. :thumbdown

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