Former WWE and WCW star Jacques "The Mountie" Rougeau recently did an interview with Great North Wrestling and talked about how he went over in a match against Hulk Hogan back in the late 90s when Hogan was in the New World Order (nWo) as "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan:
"This is my show, I paid for the Molson Center, this was not WCW. This show cost me $225,000," Rougeau said. "Hulk probably had some differences with him [Eric Bischoff] to accept to come wrestle me here. The biggest moment for me was, we were in the dressing room and Hulk turns to me and says, 'OK Jacques, what are we doing tonight.' And I started laughing so much, like I'm the boss, it's so funny. Then he looks at me and I say, 'Hulk, what are we doing tonight?' And he said, 'brother, it's your show, you call the shots.' Then I started laughing again and he said, 'I'm serious brother. How are we doing this, what are we doing?'
"I said, 'OK, you wanna know how I'm going to beat you?'," Rougeau continued. "Everybody's laughing, and then he says, 'no, I'm serious brother, I'm putting you over tonight. I want you to go over.'"
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