News Sid Vicious Recalls Leaving WWE Due to Hulk Hogan

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  1. While speaking to Hannibal TV, Sid Vicious discussed how Hulk Hogan’s behavior led him to leave WWE in 1992. According to Sid, fans had begun booing Hogan at the 1992 Royal Rumble, which angered Hogan. He blamed Vince McMahon for the reaction, causing Vicious to be fed up with the situation.

    “He [Hogan] is putting on like a woman, screaming at Vince like Vince planned for him to get booed,” Vicious said. “I went to Vince’s office and I said, ‘Vince, I can’t work in a place where a grown man acts like this.’ I said, ‘I’m going home, I’m done.’”

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  2. That's a stupid, childish reason to leave a company. Sid needs to realize that Hogan at that point, wanted more babyface runs. When fans boo you, that means you're heel. So, I understand where Hogan was coming from with that frustration. Sid could've just understood where Hogan was coming from, instead of just leaving. That's leaving money on the table.

    My god, dude - Vicious had everything going for him. All he had to do was stay there, and allow Vince to do his thing.
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