With Wrestlemania 30 on the horizon speculation is high about which (if any) WWE stars will be returning for the biggest event of the year. That, coupled with the fact that he recently parted ways with TNA, is fuelling the speculation that the "Immortal" Hulk Hogan could return at the 30th Wrestlemania in New Orleans. Recent mouthing from hype man Jimmy Hart also has him claiming that a Hogan return is already in the works. Since leaving TNA, Hogan hasn't exactly been quiet either. First he advertised his "Hostamania" hosting service. Then in a desperate attempt to prove he's still relevant he appeared in a cringe inducing "parody" of Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball." If that's not enough reason for the WWE to maybe reconsider signing the 60 Year old star they need fear not, I've been kind enough to provide a list of other reasons why bringing the Hulkster back might not be a good idea. Before we begin, let's get the obvious out of the way first. I am not a Hulk Hogan fan by any stretch of the imagination and I never have been. I do however understand the impact that he has had on the industry over the years; I just don't believe that it's enough reason to justify a big money return this year. Hopefully any Hogan fans among you who read can separate the Hogan of the past from the Hogan of today and at least see where I'm coming from. Even the biggest Hulk Hogan supporters must be aware he's not perfect. Right?