Last Updated: 10th October, 2019 14:40 IST WWE News: Hulk Hogan Wishes For A Retirement Match Vs Vince McMahon WWE Hall-of-Famer, Hulk Hogan, revealed his wish to have one final retirement match against McMahon in the WWE. Read further for more news from the world of WWE WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan has revealed his wishes to have a final retirement match in the WWE. Hogan is one of the most legendary figures in the WWE. His iconic ‘Real American’ theme song still gets fans singing and there is a chance that fans may get to witness it for one last time. ALSO READ | WWE News: Will superstar Matt Hardy return to SmackDown soon?One last retirement matchTerry Bollea, who performs as Hulk Hogan’, spoke to American media about his role as ‘Hulk Hogan’ and his struggles with getting old and losing his shape. Hogan had one of the most muscular physiques in the WWE but as he has gotten old, he has lost some of the muscle. Hogan’s last match in the WWE was in 2006 and his last ever wrestling match was in rival promotion TNA’s ring in 2013. Hogan revealed details about a conversation he had with WWE CEO Vince McMahon. ALSO READ | WWE News: Goldberg would like to face Roman Reigns and Braun StrowmanAccording to reports, Hogan wishes to have one final retirement match for himself and he wants it against the WWE CEO Vince McMahon, himself. Hogan has promised McMahon that once he gets an upcoming surgery done, he will work hard to get into the ‘best shape’ of his life. Hogan knows that it is a long journey but is ready to prepare for it and seems confident. Hogan, who rose to fame with the WWE, mentioned how he regretted not having wrestled his final match in a WWE ring. ALSO READ | WWE Wrestling News: Brock Lesnar vs Kofi Kingston – the latest updateHogan and McMahon clashed with each other in Wrestlemania 19 and it will be interesting to see if McMahon makes the booking. McMahon, who is 74, will have to also work hard on his health if he wishes to make it to the ring. He has been notorious for having a very muscular physique although he was not a regular wrestler in the WWE but it will interesting to see if his age makes a difference to him. Hogan will appear on the WWE Crown Jewel pay-per-view as his team clashes with Ric Flair’s team in a 5-vs-5 Tag-Team match.ALSO READ | WWE NXT results: Adam Cole defeats Riddle; Shayna vs LeRae and more SUBSCRIBE TO US Mrigank Pandey COMMENT First Published: 10th October, 2019 14:40 IST LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE Written By FOLLOW US
Photo © – Tipp FM The Championship is officially expected to be moved from August to May later – and the change could be implemented from as early as 2019.This year’s tournament – the final major of the year – starts on Thursday at Quail Hollow in North Carolina.If it’s confirmed, there would be a major championship in each month from April to July – with The Open being the last of them.
The Liberia National Students Unions (LINSU) has expressed its satisfaction and appreciation to Finance Minister Amara Konneh of assuring Liberians of making progress to improve the economy despite the challenges of continuous budget shortfall.The president of LINSU, Varney A. Jarsey, said though the admittance of a declined economic by the Finance Minister is troubling, but they believe it is reflective of global and regional economics, which is associated with the decline in demand of worldwide commodity prices, exchange rate vitality and other external shocks.The LINSU boss said consistent with research and confirmed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), there is a threat to sub-Saharan Africa because growth stability would be external to include exchange rate vitality, as seen in Ghana, Nigeria and other African countries and the falling prices of key commodities like iron ore and rubber, which Liberia largely depends on.He made the remarks Thursday, May 15, at a press conference held at LINSU’s headquarters in Monrovia. Mr. Jarsey said their statement was based on what they witnessed during the May 13th appearance of Finance Minister Konneh at the House of Representatives.“In view of these developments, and our vested interest in resource mobilization and allocation through the budget, LINSU is constrained by moral imperatives and duty bound to comment on these developments, having witnessed the hearings, conducted its own research, made inquiries and reviewed relevant literatures, “ Mr. Jarsey said.The LINSU boss stated that like in the case of Liberia’s declined economy, Ghanaian President John Mahama made a startling remark during the National Economic Forum in Ghana on May 13, 2014, coincidentally the same day the legislators invited honorable Konneh and his team were invited.According to Mr. Jarsey, the Ghanaian President said: “We are in the midst of overcoming various challenges associated with this new national income status while at the same time striving to develop the institutions that would enable us grow and transform our economy at this time of great volatility and uncertainty in the global economy.”He continues: “Three aspects of these challenges to which I’ve referred have remained particularly persistent over time. These are: the rising debt levels, as well as the associated burden of servicing them; the disproportionate amount of government revenue that goes into the payment of salaries and benefits of public sector workers and pensioners; and the resultant high budget deficits.”The LINSU president told reporters that the student body holds the view that no one individual both on the fiscal and monetary side of the Liberian economy should be singlehandedly blamed for the current turbulence, therefore the legislature should not front for resignation of public official amidst the global economic problems, but should rather help clean the messy system.“We as a national student movement worry more about the current state of Liberia’s educational system as prescribe by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as a ‘mess.’ LINSU believes the legislature must put more monies in the National budget to rescue Liberia from this academic menace or debacle,” Mr. Jarsey opined; adding: “as we all strides to build the human resource capacity of young Liberians.” In the wake of tackling the budgetary shortfall, LINSU has urged the spending agencies to be committed to contribute to the budget and the Executive and Legislative Branches of government should refrain from “wasteful and unnecessary spending.”“Once we continue to make ambitious overestimates, we are risking a shortfall. We need to use the 2013/2014 budget as a lesson and prepare a realistic and better spending plan in 2014/2015,” the LINSU boss said. “We cannot spend what we do not have!”The national student body also urged members of the legislature to conduct state matters in ways that reflect a unity of purpose than reverting to the media to attack, criticize or make policy comments when said can be addressed on the floors of the legislature.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)