The Moment Hulk Hogan Had to Bow Down and Listen to Vince McMahon Like an Obedient Child

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Hulk Hogan is one of the biggest superstars in pro wrestling. He had been the face of the company for several years and earned himself a huge fan base. But even he had to listen to Vince McMahon during his time in WWE.

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Hogan had a major feud with Vince McMahon following his return to WWE from WCW. Vince distracted Hogan and played a key role in Hogan’s loss at WWE No Way Out in 2003.

Soon after that, Hogan and Mr. McMahon entered into a feud. The WWE chairman claimed he hated Hogan for leaving WWE and joining WCW in the past.

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Vince further challenged Hogan to a match at WrestleMania XIX. During the match, Hogan had to hit three running leg drops for the victory.

Hulk Hogan had several victories in the past against legends like André the Giant, whom he defeated with a single leg drop. But surprisingly, he had to pull out three leg drops from his arsenal before getting the victory over Vince McMahon.

Well, Vince McMahon is the WWE chairman, and he has a major role in booking the matches in WWE. Thus, it is likely that Vince must have told Hogan to perform three running leg drops on him for the victory.

If so, then Hulk Hogan had no other choice other than to listen to his boss. But Vince might have done this to get the fans more excited. And the match indeed proved to be a very entertaining one.

Is Vince McMahon going to wrestle at WrestleMania 38?

Well, there have been rumors about Mr. McMahon wrestling against Pat McAfee in the past. But recently, Austin Theory, who claimed himself to Vince McMahon’s protégé, revealed himself to be McAfee’s WrestleMania opponent.

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Though Mr. McMahon might not wrestle at The Grandest Stage of Them All, we might see him getting involved in the match. This is just an assumption based on the numerous backstage segments Vince had with Austin Theory.

Also, this week on SmackDown, after coming out of Vince’s office, Pat McAfee revealed he had been asked to apologize to Austin Theory for his last week’s actions.

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Do you want to see Vince McMahon get involved in this feud at WrestleMania 38? Let us know in the comments below.


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