With the Batista rumored "win the belt" clause in his contract, it got me thinking back to Hogan's WCW jump in 1994. They bring him in, first PPV he takes the belt off Flair. Then in October, he beats Flair in a cage match with Flair's career on the line, all this to build to a Starrcade main with him against Brother Booty Man?
Did Hogan's creative clause give him the power to book all of his angles? I mean, why not build to the Flair career match at Starrcade?
Oh yeah dude, I'm pretty sure Hogan's contract literally said the words "HOGAN CAN DO WHATEVER THE FUCK HE WANTS" in bold letters. Really though, the Havoc show was more important to Bischoff than Starrcade, and it worked in this case and popped a big number. But yes, Hogan had iron-clad and complete control over everything he did, absolutely.