This week’s edition of Week in Wrestling by WZ Radio regular Justin Barrasso has been posted over on Sports Illustrated’s Extra Mustard, and this week’s edition features:
- Scott Hall explains why Hulk Hogan should be back with WWE and addresses his own substance abuse struggles.
- Was Hell in a Cell’s triple main event a sign of things to come or a terrible idea?
- Jesse Ventura explains how politics and wrestling intersect.
- Ireland’s Big Damo tells us about his path to the WWE Performance Center.
On Hulk Hogan possibly returning to WWE Scott Hall had the following to say:
“Yes, Hulk will be back,” said Hall. “After a thirty-three year relationship with the WWE, he had a bad day—and that bad day was nearly ten years ago. That sex tape happened during a brutal time in his life. He was going through a divorce, his son Nick was in a car crash, paralyzed his buddy, and was facing jail time. His daughter was starting her hip-hop career, and Hulk was backing that, paying money out of his own pocket for that. The whole world was coming down on him, and he slipped up. He said the wrong thing. I’ve been around Hulk a lot and never seen that side of him. I’ve only seen a kind, generous guy. If the door is not open for him, it should be.”