"I had a great conversation with him [Triple H] a long time ago in New York and he seems to be dialed in," Hogan said. "He's not Triple H the wrestler, he's Triple H who's kinda stepped back and he's got a real good feel for the big picture.
"Vince will always be around, but I just think [that] they're a cohesive team. They won't miss a beat, and if you call them at 5 in the morning or 2 in the morning, they're the type of people that ... the business is 24 hours a day for them. I think they'll be a strong force to be reckoned with for quite a long time."
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