His feuds with Earthquake and Sgt Slaughter dragged and he seemed a lot less motivated. No question that he was still a draw and was still pulling big numbers, and there were definitely a few gems from this period, but something just wasn't the same. His matches
with Flair and the Undertaker picked things up a bit in late 91 and finally broke out of routine matches.
And why were Hogan’s matches in 91 nearly all against the same few opponents – Quake, Slaughter, Undertaker and Flair. Hogan used to wrestle everyone up and down the card, taking on any and all villains. It was great enjoyment watching him work a mid-card
match against say the Honky Tonk Man on SNME. I really wish we could have got some wacky Prime Time matches in 91 against the likes of Repo Man, Skinner, Warlord, etc. I wonder if this was Hogan's choosing?