Hulk will always be immortal to the older fans, as we remember his matches when he was in WCW and towards the end in WWE when he always put on a show (Summerslam etc). But to the new fans and youngsters, they will remember the Hogan on crutches and in wheelchairs. There is always archive footage and youtube to look at, but it's not entirely the same. Shame really, but credit for him for having the will and passion to continue on the front line. I'd rather see him take a back seat to let younger talent bloom though. And as for Flair, it's a sad sight to see him in the ring these days. He's great as a manager type of guy, as he is for Fortune, but keep him out of the ring in my opinion.