He is almost 6' 5" tall, but has been billed up to 6' 9" in wrestling matches (nowadays usually at 6' 7").
Was best man at the wedding of Bubba the Love Sponge.
Teamed up with Shawn Michaels to face Mark Magnus (aka Muhammad Hassan) and Shawn Daivari (aka Daivari) at Backlash 2005.
In probably the most historic wrestling match ever, he body-slammed and defeated André the Giant at WrestleMania III (1987) (V). Despite reports to the contrary, he was not the first man to body-slam André. Eight-time National Wrestling Alliance Champion Harley Race did so several years before, and Hogan himself body-slammed André in a match in 1980 (which appears on the Hulk Hogan anthology DVD).
Former World Tag-Team Champion.
Is an accomplished bass player and played bass in several local rock bands in Tampa, Florida.
Lost his WWF championship once in his career in the Survivor Series in 1991 to The Undertaker (Mark Calaway).
Twisted his ankle during the filming of Little Hercules in 3-D (2008).
In 1978, he made his wrestling debut in Florida using the Super Destroyer gimmick. He later wrestled as Terry Boulder and Sterling Golden before becoming Hulk Hogan.
Uncle of Michael Bollea.
Lost his fifth WWF Title to Rodney Anoai (aka Yokozuna) in his first defense since winning the title over a month earlier. It was his last WWF title match for nine years.
Is godfather to Ed Leslie's only daughter.
Adopted the song "Ravishing," written by Jim Steinman and performed by Bonnie Tyler, as his theme song. Subtitled "The Hulk Hogan Theme," it was sung during his wrestling entrances in his early days with WCW.
Spent 10 years as a professional guitarist before becoming a wrestler.
First-ever IWGP Heavyweight Champion.
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