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Hulk Hogan in Rolling Stone magazine

Issue 1077


By Erik Hedegaard; Rolling Stone, April 30, 2009

For three decades, Hulk Hogan was the world’s biggest wrestler and a pop-culture icon. Now, knocked down by a broken marriage, an empty bank account and a busted up body, is he down for the count? (5,380 words)

Hulk Hogan is in chronic pain but isn’t counting out a return to the ring. The superstar wrestler revealed the most intimate parts of what’s left of his private life to Erik Hedegaard for a feature in the issue of Rolling Stone, including how he “could have turned everything into a crime scene, like O.J.” after learning his soon-to-be ex-wife Linda had abandoned him (but not his 20,000-square-foot Florida mansion) for a 19-year-old boy her daughter had gone to high school with.

Grab the issue for Hedegaard’s fascinating profile — which features Hulk expounding on the greatness of Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler, recalling his earliest days in the ring and grappling with the prospect of life outside the spotlight — and revisit the Hulk’s life from his childhood as a chubby kid named Terry Bollea to the height of Hulkamania, Hulk Knows Best and beyond, in photos.

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