Over three years after making his last official WWE appearance, Hulk Hogan is set to return to WWE later this week in Saudi Arabia.
The 65-year-old has been advertised for WWEs Crown Jewel show on Friday in Saudi Arabia, and the veteran star has been billed as a featured talent for the event.
Speaking to the Orlando Sentinel last week, Hogan confirmed that he would be traveling to Saudi Arabia.
There are a lot of plans in the works, Hogan said.
Im looking forward to going to Saudi Arabia with the WWE, looking forward to WrestleMania — but yeah, were moving forward at a rapid pace. Its exciting to have this opportunity again after all these years where I was there and gone.
Hogan was fired from WWE in July 2015 after using racist language multiple times in a leaked video, but has consistently apologised since.
The former WWE Champion was reinstated into the Hall of Fame in July, and has made his first backstage appearance since the news at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view.
Following WWEs successful debut Greatest Royal Rumble show in Saudi Arabia last April, Crown Jewel is also featuring many of WWEs biggest stars, including the return of Shawn Michaels after eight years away from the ring.
Michaels will team with Triple H against The Undertaker and Kane, while a World Cup tournament featuring Bobby Lashley, Kurt Angle, Seth Rollins, Dolph Ziggler, Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, The Miz, and Rey Mysterio will also take place.