Hulk Hogan Comments On ALL IN, Autographed Turnbuckles Up For Sale


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Sports Illustrated’s Extra Mustard recently interviewed WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan to discuss a variety of topics on professional wrestling. Among other topics, The Hulkster talked about the ALL IN event that took place on September 1. Hogan also aired his opinion on working with The Bullet Club. Here are a few highlights:


“They have my support, I’m a huge fan of their work and I’m rooting for them. WWE is the mainstay, they’re here forever, but whenever there is competition in the marketplace, especially with a group of guys like Cody Rhodes, the Young Bucks, and Kenny Omega, it just raises the bar with the level of shows and content.”

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On possibly working with The Bullet Club:

“I’ve been keeping an eye on the Bullet Club for the last couple years. Cody has talked to me about maybe doing something with Bullet Club, but those guys are on fire on their own.”

Hogan was reinstated into the prestigious WWE Hall of Fame in July and is officially back with WWE, having issued an apology to the entire locker room prior to the Extreme Rules pay-per-view.

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Pro-wrestling icon and record holding 9-time WWE Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho made a surprise appearance at ALL IN by attacking Kenny Omega. Fans are in hopes to see another Jericho vs. Omega at Wrestle Kingdom.

Meanwhile, 10 of the 12 turnbuckles from ALL IN are up for sale at Starrcast.  Each piece retails for $999, autographed by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks.

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Rhodes noted of keeping one for himself.

Who knows, Vince McMahon might put the upcoming Super Show-Down/Evolution/Greatest Royal Rumble/Wrestlemania 35 turnbuckles up for sale!


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