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Hulk Hogan gives massive praise to WWE Champion

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WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan is all praise for Roman Reigns, the Tribal Chief. Hogan recently shared his thoughts about the reigning Undisputed WWE Universal Champion with TMZ Sports, hailing Reigns’ dominant title reign and his unique style of in-ring action.

Reigns’ Style: Reviving the Art of Wrestling

Hogan appreciates how Reigns has distanced himself from a particular style of choreographed wrestling. He believes Reigns has played a pivotal role in keeping the art form of pro wrestling alive. “He’s kept the art form alive,” Hogan commented (via WrestlingHeadlines).

“He has stepped up and got away from this kind of like’¦ choreographed looking, jumping, and two guys doing the same thing and diving through the hoops” the Hulkster added.

Hulk Hogan on Taking Pro Wrestling Back to Its Roots

Hogan also emphasized that Reigns has taken pro wrestling back to where it should be. According to him, Reigns focuses on “big man, big moves… main event moves,” thus reinstating the essence of the sport. “Roman Reigns took it back to where it should be,” Hogan continued. “So he really has kept the art form alive for all of us.”

In short, Hogan acknowledges Reigns’ effort in staying true to the spirit of wrestling. He appreciates the Universal Champion’s dedication and his ability to captivate audiences with his powerful performances.

Hogan’s praise for Reigns underscores the respect the Tribal Chief commands in the wrestling fraternity. As Reigns continues to dominate in the ring, he is not just winning titles but also the hearts of legends like Hulk Hogan’‹’‹.

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