Initially, the idea was to bring Hulk Hogan back to WWE and have him work a match at Wrestlemania 30, but the medical staff for the company refused to let that happen, so officials backstage are now working on a plan to have Hogan be the host of the pay per view instead.
While wrestling fans view it as one of the highest priorities, WWE does not share the same sentiment when it comes to signing Sting. The company definitely would like to bring him on board, but they do not view this as big of a deal as they did with Batista, Brock Lesnar, Rock and Hulk Hogan.
A dark horse candidate to induct the Ultimate Warrior into the hall of fame is Sgt Slaughter. The two of them have a history together, as the latter was the one that transitioned the WWE championship from the former to Hulk Hogan back during the early 1990s.
Since Hulk Hogan looks unlikely to be able to work a match at Wrestlemania 30, WWE is looking at other ways to use John Cena. He is unlikely to work a match for the heavyweight championship, so a high profile match against Bray Wyatt is back on the table.
Rumor has it that WWE had their medical personnel checking out Hulk Hogan to see if it was possible for the legendary performer to work a big match at Wrestlemania 30. From the looks of things, he has not been cleared for any physical involvement, so fans will have to settle for just an appearance.
Rumor has it that Hulk Hogan is the top choice to induct the Ultimate Warrior into the WWE Hall of Fame during Wrestlemania 30 weekend. The company is still working out a deal with Hogan, as they want him heavily involved at the pay per view this year.
Roddy Piper pitched a Wrestlemania idea to WWE, where he would team up with a heel against Hulk Hogan and John Cena. Piper wanted the partner to be CM Punk, but it appears that management is currently against the idea of turning him back to a heel.