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Hulk Hogan Revealed His Favorite Moment From His Pro Wrestling Career

It’s not every day one gets a glimpse into the mind of the immortal Hulk Hogan, and last week Hogan allowed Hulkamaniacs to ask him questions on his brand-new Youtube channel. In the video, we learned about Hogan’s favorite flavor of ice cream (chocolate), and Hogan even gave a protein shake recipe involving his favorite flavor. Hogan also claimed he was offered a full time role on The A-Team but chose not to, because he didn’t want to play referee between stars George Peppard and Mr T.
The Q and A also revealed that had Hogan not cut it as a wrestler, the Hulkster would likely be in a hotel lounge playing music for weddings and special events. Hogan was asked by a fan what was his personal favorite moment in his career, and he told the personal backstory that most fans didn’t know about the emotional release that came when he won the WWF Heavyweight Championship in 1984.
When I won the WWF Heavyweight title in Madison Square Garden, January 23, 1984 from the Iron Sheik. But there’s a backstory to it, we go back many years when I was going to the University of South Florida, majoring in finance and management with a minor in music. After a bunch of years of going to college and quitting to play music several times, I finally quit for good to be a professional wrestler. It just killed both my parents, it ruined their hopes and dreams for me. So there was a very strained relationship for quite a long time with me and my Mom and Dad. Then, at Madison Square Garden where I beat the Iron Sheik, I had both my parents in the audience, sitting next to Vince McMahon’s wife, Linda McMahon. When I came back with the belt – Andre was pouring champagne on my head – my Dad and Mom came to the dressing room. They both said how proud they were of me and they were very happy that I made that decision to be a wrestler.”

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