Hulk Hogan teased having a retirement match at WrestleMania 32 during an appearance on ESPN’s SportsCenter on Monday.
During the appearance at a Special Olympics Torch Rally at ESPN HQ in Connecticut, Hogan was asked about wrestling again at AT&T Stadium next year.
“I would love to get back in there and have that one last match, that retirement match, that World Title shot, whatever it is,” Hogan said before hyping his indoor attendance record at WM3. “Vince McMahon is taking the entire WWE Universe to AT&T Stadium for this coming WrestleMania. And I know they’re going to break my record. So, I told Vince if I can get in shape, if I can pass the physical, I would love to get in the ring one more time.”
WWE is a key promotional partner for the Special Olympics, which takes place this summer in Los Angeles. Event organizers are currently running the Olympic torch across the country as part of a “Unified Rally.”