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'The Immortal' Hulk Hogan may be returning to WWE soon, three years after being fired, according to a report by TMZ.
Hogan, who left WWE in 2015 amid controversy, is reportedly in talks with WWE CEO Vince McMahon, though details are still unclear on what has been said.
The Hulkster was reportedly requested by a member of the Saudi Royal Family, to appear at the Greatest Royal Rumble last month.
Whilst Hogan obviously didn't appear, it seems the request sparked a dialogue between the Hulkster and WWE, which is going well, according to TMZ.
In addition, both Hogan and McMahon recently appeared in Bill Simmons' recent Andre the Giant documentary, but appeared separately.
Hogan left the company in 2015, after a racist rant was shared online. Since then, Hogan has apologised multiple times, and recently referenced the incident at the Boys and Girls club, where he used it as an example of language that shouldn't be used.
WWE gave the following statement to TMZ:
"WWE applauds the work Hulk Hogan is doing with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to turn what was a negative into a positive by helping young people learn from his mistake. While he has taken many steps in the right direction since we parted ways, Hogan is not currently under contract to WWE."
If this return was to occur, both parties wish to make sure it is done, "the right way", wishing to be sensitive to those offended by Hogan's actions, but also wanting to demonstrate that he is a changed man.
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