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Well in case all you maniacs did not know Hulk kicked Orton ass at summerslam and got the win 1-2-3
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By Craig Tello
August 9, 2006
In an exclusive interview with WWE.com, when asked if he’d be at SummerSlam, a very serious Hulk Hogan said: “F*** yeah.”
Not only did Hogan promise that he would be present at SummerSlam to collide with his nemesis, Randy Orton, the Hulkster also said he will be live on RAW this Monday to prove that Hulkamania is still alive and ready to run wild all over the Legend Killer on Aug. 20.
“I’m not doing it for me; I’m doing it for all the Hulkamaniacs,” said an intense Hogan. “I’ve got a bad knee, and I’ve been really concerned about hurting it more. I’ve got a lot going on in my family right now…but I realize what’s important to me and that’s answering the bell once again in my career,” he explained.
As reported by WWE.com last Friday, the Hulkster suffered a partially torn meniscus in his right knee. As a result of this painful injury, it was unknown whether or not it would prevent the WWE Hall of Famer from competing against Orton in less than two weeks at SummerSlam.
Since learning of the injury, Randy Orton has claimed that Hogan isn’t really hurt, calling into question the Hulkster’s integrity. Just this past Monday on RAW, Orton said that Hogan doesn’t want to meet him at SummerSlam because “he’s afraid his legend will be killed forever.” (Read more of Orton’s comments)
“Randy Orton wants this to be all about him,” said the Hall of Famer in response to the Legend Killer’s insolent comments. “I’m ticked off that Orton has disrespected my family, disrespected the business and disrespected WWE fans – but this is bigger than that. This is about standing up for what Hulkamania’s always believed in,” Hogan exclaimed, seemingly Hulking up over the phone.
According to Hogan, he is starting to regain mobility in his knee but it is still very stiff. The Immortal One said that his meniscus tear “hurts like hell,” but he’s overcome injury many times before in his famed career and has prevailed.
“A lot of people don’t know this,” he explained, “but when I won the WWE Championship at Madison Square Garden against the Iron Sheik, I blew out my knee during the match. [That night], I sucked it up and went on to win the title.”
In response to the Legend Killer’s claims, Hogan will return this Monday when RAW emanates from Charlottesville, Va. Six days later, he will defend both the honor of his family and the legacy of his own namesake at SummerSlam.
“I’m going to show up in Boston, which has always been a hotbed of Hulkamania, brother. [At SummerSlam], I’m going to walk to the ring with my red and yellow, stand in that ring, and I’m going to kick Randy Orton’s ass.”
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By Zack Zeigler
August 11, 2006
Sources close to WWE.com have said that Randy Orton plans to call out Hulk Hogan and challenge the 12-time World Champion to a match this Monday night on RAW.
Speculations regarding why the Legend Killer would issue a challenge to Hogan a mere six days before their epic encounter at SummerSlam have been running rampant since the rumor began circulating. An insider close to Orton told WWE.com that although publicly Orton has proclaimed that Hogan is bluffing about his injury, privately he’s acknowledged that he knows the WWE Hall of Famer’s knee is ailing.
According to one of the sources, one reason for luring Hogan into the ring on RAW would be so the Legend Killer can focus an attack on the Hulkster’s partially torn meniscus in his right knee so their match at SummerSlam would be a shoo-in for Orton.
Hulk Hogan has always stood up for his Hulkamaniacs and has never backed down from any challenge that’s stood in front of him during his prestigious career, but one has to wonder if it would it be wise for him to push his injured knee and risk further damage less than a week before he meets Orton on the grand stage at SummerSlam?
With an already-injured knee, what would the Legend Killer have to say to provoke Hogan to accept the match on RAW? Would he pray on the Hulkster’s ego? Insult the integrity of Hulkamania? Use more tactless attacks on the Hogan family?
As arguably the most celebrated Superstar in WWE history, Hogan has battled some of the most notorious Superstars in WWE history, but none of his rivalries have ever been this personal. By involving the entire Hogan family in his vile actions, the abrasive Orton has taken the Hulkster into uncharted territory—causing Hogan’s behavior and decision-making to become more erratic and extreme than ever before.
Last week, after WWE.com broke the news that the partial tear in Hogan’s right meniscus had the potential to keep him out of his SummerSlam match, a shameless Orton was audacious enough to question the legitimacy of the injury—and the integrity of Hulkamania. Then, after Hogan made an appearance on “Live with Regis and Kelly,” the Legend Killer had more ammunition for his theory of the injury being a sham.
“It’s clear Hogan can move around on his ‘bad’ knee pretty well,” a pompous Orton stated. “He’s trying to get out of the match…if he faces Randy Orton in that ring [at SummerSlam], he’ll be destroyed.” (Read Orton’s comments)
Orton’s accusations prompted a quick and irate retort from Hogan.
“I’ve been really concerned about hurting it more [his right knee]…but I realize what’s important to me and my family and that’s answering the bell once again in my career” he said. “I’m going to show up in Boston, which has always been the hotbed of Hulkamania, brother. [At SummerSlam], I’m going to walk into the ring with my red and yellow and kick Randy Orton’s ass,” he added.
Will the Hulkster accept the challenge on RAW if he’s called out less than a week before he’s slated to compete at the biggest party of the summer? For the answer, tune into RAW on Monday night at 9/8 CT on the USA Network.
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