As we have reported before, Hulk Hogan has signed booking licenses outside of TNA, including one with 2K Sports to appear in WWE 2K14. This is said to have upset many people backstage at TNA. Furthermore, it looks like he has more heat backstage now thanks to his non-TNA media booking appearances. This is specific to his appearance in an arm wrestling match againt Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. This garnered him an extreme amount of attention internationally, but there was no mention of him working in TNA.
After all of this time, it looks like TNA is wondering whether or not Hogan is worth the money that they are paying him. As they continue to restructure and cut costs, PWInsider.com is reporting that there is internal discussions about where the company is headed and if Hulk Hogan will be involved in those plans.
Regarding another match, Hogan said he could potentially work a tag team bout but could not work a one-on-one match with somebody.