As reported by Greg Beck of WrestlingNews.co, WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan is expected to appear on the Sept. 29 edition of “Monday Night Raw” in Chicago.
While the reason behind his appearance has yet to be confirmed, it’s more than likely going to have to do with the Susan G. Komen awareness campaign that will launch this week and last through October.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure helps raise awareness for breast cancer and has been aligned with World Wrestling Entertainment for several years.
In support of the foundation, WWE will continue to turn their ring ropes pink for the month of October.
Over $2.5 billion has been raised to help fund research and community outreach programs.
As far as Hogan is concerned, he hasn’t been seen on WWE programming since opening “SummerSlam” on Aug. 16.
It’s not storyline-related, but fans in Chicago should enjoy seeing Hogan in their neck of the woods.