​Hulk Hogan Says Rick Rude Was Never Given His Due, Discusses WWE 2K15, & More Inside Here


In an interview with WWE.com, Hulk Hogan spoke about the WWE 2K15 Path of Warrior DLC, which is available now.

On who he’d like fans to put him against in the game: “Yeah, I love it when everybody tells me on my Twitter that they match me up against “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and I beat him every time. I think that’s cool.”


On which WWE legend will challenge fans the most: “Well, I think Rick Rude was never given his due. And I know the Warrior got the best of Rick Rude, but I think when it comes down to the gamers, they’re going to find out that Rick Rude is definitely a force to be reckoned with. I think it’s going to be the Warrior’s biggest challenge, to tell you the truth. They were so similar and so much alike, but I actually think that Rick Rude was stronger in some aspects. Apparently, no one in the dressing room could beat him at arm wrestling. So, you carry that into the ring and lock up with Rick Rude, and you’re definitely going to have a tough day at the office.”

On what fans will get from the classic Warrior moments: “I think they’re going to realize how great the Warrior was and how great the Warrior is in all of our minds. And I think what they’re going to realize through the game with Warrior is that if Warrior was still with us, he could have remained great into the future, even in the ring. His days were not numbered in the ring. He still had a bright future ahead of him.”

On what the Ultimate Warrior meant to him: “Yeah, he was amazing. He was one of the greatest WWE Superstars I ever wrestled. And this has nothing to do with what went down in the ring, but I learned to love him as a person very, very much. I was just so happy that we were on the same page before he passed away, and I think about him every day. This business is part of me, and I just cherish the moments I had with him.”

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