WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan recently appeared on AudioBoom.com's Radio Yorkshire.
On his heel turn at Bash at the Beach 1996: “Well, I was thinking I knew I was going to piss everybody off. I knew it. I didn’t know if it was going to work as good [as it did]. I knew I was going to get heat for flipping everybody off, but when [the crowd] started throwing stuff into the ring, when Kevin [Nash] and Scott [Hall] and I were standing there with ‘Mean’ Gene, when they started throwing bottles and paper and everything into the ring, I knew it worked then.”
On if John Cena could be a good heel: “Yeah, I mean, God, I hate to keep saying it, ‘never say never’, but with Vince McMahon’s machine and the WWE and the writers and John [Cena]’s talent, his talent alone, if he were to turn heel and [WWE] let him go, let John go and pull that edge out of John, ooh boy, he’d be a good heel!