Hulk Hogan Looks Like Bum In New Video

WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan was recently spotted in a gym when he talked about his pro-wrestling career and becoming a pro-beach ‘bum’. He said:



“I had no idea that when I retired from professional wrestling, I was going to become a professional beach bum and have to work so hard.”

‘The Hulkster’ then said he drank a few White Claws yesterday.


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Goldberg reveals Hulk Hogan impression

Recently, the WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg appeared on an episode of Dr. Beau Hightower and discussed his journey from football to pro-wrestling. During the episode, the former WCW star mentioned how he first got into wrestling. He had memorable moments throughout his football career, including being roommates with late NFL Legend, Kevin Greene. The Hall of Famer said that he met a few wrestling recruiters and personalities. However it was quite surprising for him to see his roommate Kevin Greene really into Hulk Hogan. According to Goldberg, Greene did the ‘best’ impression of the WWE icon:

“Fast forward a little bit to when I got drafted to The Rams. My roommate, one of my roommates, was Kevin Greene. And Kevin Greene did the best Hulk Hogan impression, like ever.” said Goldberg.

The WWE Hall of Famer further said that Pittsburgh Steelers legend Kevin Greene was one of the best human beings he ever met. Kevin Greene was a defensive end and outside linebacker for The Loss Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers, and San Francisco 49ers of the NFL.

In other news revolving Hulk Hogan, the 68-year-old Hulkster who hasn’t wrestled for WWE since competing against Randy Orton at 2006’s SummerSlam proclaimed a couple of years ago that he and future WWE Hall of Famer John Cena were supposed to be the main event of WWE WrestleMania 25. Credit to UK-based outlet The Sun for the following.

“Vince and I were talking about how much involvement I wanted to have in Wrestlemania, and if I wanted to keep wrestling, and out of nowhere my back just got really crazy. I went in for an MRI and I had to have some emergency surgery that threw me out of the game. I was kind of flipped out about it, I thought I’d be the main event this year.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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