Hulk Hogan recently spoke with the Las Vegas Sun shortly after the IMPACT press conference to announce the June 29th tapings at the Orleans Arena. When asked how it feels to work a non-wrestling role on the show, Hogan responded: "It’s the way it should be. I’ll be 60 years old in a couple of months. The main problem is my knee. I keep cutting on it, and I can’t seem to get it right. "There are all these nice fans who say, 'We want to see you have one last match.' But when I look at myself in the ring at 60 years old, the loyal fans don’t care if I throw a punch or a leg drop. "I had my day, and as much as a great compliment and how kind those words are, truth is, I shouldn’t be in there unless, for some reason, it’s to make the company better or help some young guy reach the next level. For me to get into the ring and wrestle doesn’t make sense for anybody. Until I can get physically straightened out, I couldn’t do it anyway."