Hulk Hogan: ‘My Wrestling Success Doesn’t Feel Real’

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Hulk Hogan gave an interview to the Associated Press promoting WrestleMania. Check out the highlights:

On where he’d start watching footage at on the WWE Network: “I’d probably start when I had a full head of hair. I’d probably roll back to 1977, ’78 when I first went to work for Vince McMahon Sr. I’d probably start with my first match ever at the TV tapings in Allentown, Pa.”

On the success he’s had in his career: “I got to go from WrestleMania I to a career I could have never, ever dreamed of having. It doesn’t even feel real.”

Who just arrived in New Orleans for WrestleMania 30?!

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    • I hate it when people beat me to something . He could have said he felt like he didn’t deserve it but then someone would have probably beaten me once again lol.

  1. FAKE, contrived, and handed to him on silver platter. He must be the first in the Kiss Vince’s *** club.

    • I’m guessing that you mean as a beneficiary but if you meant it in the true sense of the meaning than Owen Hart comes more to mine. That man gave his all and I don’t just mean the way he died. It seemed that Vince went out of his way not only not to push him but to humiliate him. Owen could have gone anywhere else and been a star and treated a lot better.

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