Hulk Hogan may be a Hall of Famer and wrestling legend, but it has been a long time since he last stepped inside a WWE ring. Hogan has made occasional appearances in WWE, but so far they have mostly been in non-wrestling roles. There have been rumors that Hogan wishes to have a few more matches in WWE. However, given his age and the fans turning against the controversial figure, a match seems very unlikely at this point. It has been almost 15 years since Hulk Hogan last wrestled in WWE. What happened in that match? In this article, we are going to take a look at Hulk Hogan’s last-ever WWE match. Hulk Hogan last wrestled in WWE at SummerSlam 2006 Hulk Hogan’s last WWE match was against Randy Orton at SummerSlam in 2006. The Immortal One took on an up-and-coming Randy Orton. Heading into SummerSlam, Orton insulted the aging wrestler and even went so far as to flirt with Hulk Hogan’s daughter, Brooke. Hogan naturally took offense and the two faced each other in a Legend vs Legend Killer Match at SummerSlam 2006. Hogan won the match after a leg drop to pin Orton, and it would be the last time he entered a WWE ring to wrestle. The match itself was a brutal affair, with Orton targeting Hogan’s already-injured knee. He focused on the knee throughout the match and also hit him with an RKO that Hogan only survived thanks to getting his leg to the ropes. The match had to be restarted because the referee had not seen Hogan get to the ropes and only saw it after the fact. Once the match restarted, Hulk Hogan got some momentum going and went on to win the match against Orton. As a result, in his last-ever WWE match, Hogan recorded a victory over The Viper. Hulk Hogan’s appearances in WWE Although Hulk Hogan has not wrestled in WWE since then, he has appeared several times for the company. He last appeared in WWE at this year’s WrestleMania event, where he was the co-host alongside Titus O’Neil. Hulk Hogan is a legend of the wrestling business, but his own controversial life has led to fans turning against the superstar in more recent years.

Edge kicked off SmackDown and talked about how his Universal Title match at WrestleMania was derailed by the likes of Daniel Bryan and Jey Uso. The Rated-R Superstar said that he didn’t want to make excuses before adding that this time, he can beat Roman Reigns.

Edge showed us a moment from this year’s WrestleMania and said he knew he had the drop on Roman. The WWE Hall of Famer said he was confident that he was going to be the Universal Champion soon before walking out.

Backstage in Roman Reigns’ locker room, Jimmy Uso told Paul Heyman he was going to take Edge out before the feud escalated.

Shinsuke Nakamura & Big E vs. Baron Corbin & Apollo Crews on SmackDown

Apollo and Shinsuke kicked off the match and Crews got the first takedown before Nakamura sent him into the corner and set up for a knee strike to the gut. Big E came in and continued the assault on the champ, getting a near fall.

Corbin got the tag but was reluctant to get in the ring before being pushed off the apron. Outside the ring, Corbin tossed Big E over the barricades and into the timekeeper’s area.

Back after a break on SmackDown, Big E was being isolated in the ring before we saw on Titantron that Baron Corbin’s car was being towed. Corbin was devastated after noticing and Big E took advantage of the distraction and got the win.

Result: Shinsuke Nakamura & Big E def. Baron Corbin & Apollo Crews

Grade: C

Bayley was out next and gloated about her win last week before calling Bianca weak. She said the pressure of being the SmackDown Women’s champ was getting to Bianca and might cause her to lose the title soon before the champ showed up to the ring on SmackDown.

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