As far as Hogan being mainstream, I'm not so sure. Not that the mainstream isn't aware of it, but the general feeling I'm getting is that people are looking at it as a joke, as in "Wrestling is soooo fake, they have an old fossil like Hogan as champion." I heard some DJ talk about how Rock must be a great actor, because he was able to have a staredown with Hogan without bursting out in laughter.
Not happy with Bayley losing clean and no one for her to really work with if not Asuka. They have to get more women in NXT from the Indys or move her up. The woman's division is so divided on both shows I fear for its future.