- Hulk Hogan set to return to the wrestling rings after about one decade of retiring from the sport
- The 66-year-old will make his appearances in the SmackDown arena
Hogan is also billed to grace the rings in Saudi Arabia later this month
Legendary WWE wrestler Terry Gene Bollea aka Hulk Hogan is set to return to the rings nine years after announcing his retirement from the sport.
The 66-year-old retired American professional wrestler was one of the most famous names on the lips of the fans back then.
SunSport can confirm that the WWE Hall of Famer has been included on the list of special appearances at the events.
Meanwhile, the American would use the opportunity to address the 'blue brand' regarding the upcoming Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia on February 27.
Hogan was forced to shave off his long beards and return back to his old look during his active days in the rings after being referred to as Father Christmas already ahead of the big night.
Apart from the legendary fighter, Roman Reigns and an unknown partner would battle The Miz and John Morrison.
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While Carmella face-off with SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley, plus Valentine's Day date footage with Otis and Mandy Rose.
Hulk Hogan became the most recognised wrestler in the world after his Hulkamania movement blew-up WWE's presence across the globe in the 1980s and the 90s.
Known for his favourite red and yellow outfits with a bandana covering his air, the 66-year-old stepped out of retirement in 2013 to have another taste of the rings when he competed inside the squared-circle for TNA in 2013.
He has since then ventured into other things including changing his facial looks by growing his white beards.
Legit.ng earlier reported that It is indeed a proud moment for Hollywood actor and wrestler, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, following the latest achievement of his daughter, Simone.
Johnson took to his official page on the photo-sharing app, Instagram, with the news that his firstborn, Simone, has just signed her first official contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
The muscular actor also noted that the development has positioned his daughter as the first 4th generation WWE athlete.