Flair Wants Hulk Hogan and Vince at Raw 30

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Flair Wants Hulk Hogan and Vince at Raw 30

Ric Flair is a legendary WWE Hall of Famer, and he spoke about why he wishes to see Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon at Raw 30. Hulk Hogan was at one time the most popular wrestler in the world. He was actually the person who made WWE famous back in the 1980s and early 1990s.

However, over the years, many other wrestlers offered more value to the WWE and that is the reason why he is no longer very relevant in the wrestling industry today. He also came under a lot of controversies due to comments and some of his actions in the past.

Ric Flair Wishes to See Vince McMahon Appear at RAW 30 Along Other Legends

Vince McMahon on the other hand is the person responsible for making WWE what it is today. He was the mastermind behind WrestleMania and he made the professional wrestling industry extremely popular.

These days, wrestling is watched by millions of people around the world, and some wrestlers are now extremely popular Hollywood stars. Vince McMahon actually retired from the WWE and left all of the positions that he had in the company, including being the head of the creative team.

His daughter Stephanie and his son-in-law, Triple H took over the company after he left. Due to this, many wrestlers that left the WWE due to Vince McMahon actually wished to re-join. However, Vince McMahon shocked the world by making a return to the WWE.

He is now the chairman of the company. Stephanie was the co-CEO at that time and she resigned recently, even though she stated to the staff that the management will not change. Vince McMahon has so far not taken creative control over the WWE.

Ric Flair believes that it is necessary for Vince McMahon to actually be part of Raw 30, as many other wrestling legends will be there. And due to that, Vince’s presence is important as he is the one that actually put them on the map.

"Why not? He owns the company. I think it'd be tremendous," Ric Flair said. "If you have Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon — I don't even know what they're doing with me, but I'm insignificant compared to those guys — if they're there for the show unless The Rock is coming, man, what a show.

But I think, 30 years, I believe wholeheartedly that Vince should be there and should get the recognition for the 30 years that he's been busting his ass, producing that show."

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