We'll soon know how he bangs. My guess? Like a machine.
A Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Now Exists Outside Of My Dreams, As Well
Wednesday, March 7 by

Who’s the lucky lady?

He would start by tripling his bandana budget line item.
If He Was Gay, Hulk Hogan Would “Celebrate It,” Just So You Know
Thursday, February 9 by

And I would like to witness that celebration.

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Hulk Hogan Says Hulk Hogan Was Offered A Starring Role In ‘The Wrestler’
Friday, January 27 by

The studio decided to go in a different direction, citing the rising costs of bandanas and mustache bleach.

5 Wrestling Movies Less Sad Than The Wrestler
Friday, January 13 by Stu Moody
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Hulk Hogan To Shave His Mustache, But Not At All In Response To Those Gay Rumors
Thursday, January 12 by

If you eat his mustache trimmings, I’m assuming you become him?

You made it weird, dude.
The 6 Weirdest Christmas Movies I Watched Last Weekend
Tuesday, December 27 by

They’re not naughty or nice. Just friggin’ bizarre.

They look really happy. I mean like in love.
Hulk Hogan’s Ex-Wife Claims The Hulk Was Gay With Brutus Beefcake
Tuesday, December 13 by

Christmas came early this year, folks. Sure, this only pertains to entertainment in the most tangential manner possible (reality television/washed-up orange wrestlers), but when two people as ridiculous as Linda…

Judge Hulk Hogan Presides Over Kids Court
Wednesday, September 15 by

There's absolutely nothing wrong with this idea. Hulk Hogan has signed on to play a judge in the kids live-action game show "Hogan's Court." We've seen him lay down the law in Suburban Commando, but sh*t is about to get non-fictional:
The show will feature Hogan presiding over everyday sibling disputes: Is a brother's sneakers fouling the house? Is a sister spending too much time in the bathroom?

"I am really looking forward to developing such an entertaining series with great production partners," Hogan said in a statement about the game show/reality series now in development. "We want this to be one of those rare shows that kids and their families can watch together, and all find something to laugh about," he added.
It's not going to be so funny when Judge Hogan sentences little Annie to death by lethal injection for making her brother's favorite t-shirt "smell like girl." Or God forbid he tries a cooties case. Is a garish former wrestler really suited to make these landmark decisions? I suppose we all have to pay alimony somehow. (THR)