Happy Valentine’s Day everybody! Hope it’s been a good one! And this year, it just so happens to fall on a Friday night, which means we’re in store for a Valentine’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown! Tonight, Hulk Hogan makes a special appearance to comment on the oncoming Hall of Fame induction for the New World Order, brother! My name is Jordan Huie, you are here at the Overtimer where as always, you will be getting the full coverage of tonight’s show! That includes recaps and results from the show moments after the conclusion of each segment, plus a preview of everything you can expect! There’s some interesting stuff on tap for this one so let’s get to it!
Hulk Hogan To Make A Special Appearance
Yep, last week we saw Bill Goldberg show up to challenge the Fiend for the WWE Universal Championship at WWE Super Show-Down. This time around, the big special guest is the guy he defeated in one of WCW’s most famous (for the right reasons) matches. The one and only Immortal Hulk Hogan will be here with us tonight, presumably live this time around.
Hogan himself has been pretty closely associated with WWE’s efforts in Saudi Arabia for the past year or so. So it wouldn’t be at all shocking to see him announce some kind of involvement at WWE Super Show-Down himself. However, he’s nominally just here to promote the upcoming WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, where the nWo will be inducted into the 2020 class. This of course includes Hollywood Hulk Hogan, as well as Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and Sean Waltman aka X-Pac or more fittingly, Syxx. Although it seems more like they’re inducting the WWE incarnation of the nWo with that lineup, which is much less famous, but hey.
This all being said, I can’t help but think it’s been a little too long since the Fiend laid out a legend on live TV. I mean I think part of why he uses the Mandible Claw in the first place is because he can use it on literally anyone, no matter what shape they’re in. If you can slowly lie down on the canvas, you can take the Mandible Claw. He made a habit of putting down legends for a while and Hogan would be quite the name to add. Gotta have something for him to do and Goldberg probably ain’t showing up this week so why not?
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