“Mean” Gene Okerlund’s passing hit everyone really hard. He was 76-years-old and lived an amazing life, but it was still hard to say goodbye to a legend. This is why Hulk Hogan’s tribute meant so much on RAW this week.

Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE was actually putting together a much longer documentary for Okerlund already. With his death, it is likely to become an even more important project.

“They were working on it back in November so I’ve got to think so. They were working on a big ‘Mean’ Gene project anyway.”

We might have to wait a little bit longer to see the finished product if WWE is going to need to edit the ending a bit since Okerlund has passed away. It will be very cool to see what they come up with and this might be a can’t-miss WWE Network special for all fans.

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