If you thought WWE relying on "old guys" like Brock Lesnar and The Rock was excessive...this is something else.
Pro wrestling legend Hulk Hogan wants to take on WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon at Wrestlemania 36 next April. While this would've been a teensy bit more acceptable around 2005 when Hogan was teaming up with Shawn Michaels -- and even then, Hogan was over 50 years old -- WWE can't seriously put this on the card of the most iconic annual wrestling event.
If the pitiful match were to be booked, it would be a rematch between the two from Wrestlemania XIX, which was 16 years ago. Hogan and McMahon duked it out in a street fight where the Hulkster came out on top. It was fine then, but in 2020? Thanks, but no thanks, WWE.
The main event of Super ShowDown -- the controversial Saudi Arabia event that took place in June -- between the 54-year-old Undertaker and 52-year-old Goldberg resulted in the latter competitor getting concussed mere minutes into the match, so that should probably tell you where a main event between Hogan and McMahon would be headed.
Hogan is going to undergo his eighth back surgery sometime soon, and if he wanted a sendoff match in WWE, he probably should've done it five, 10, or 20 years ago.