In 2012, a videotape of professional wrestler and handlebar mustache advocate Terry ‘Hulk Hogan’ Bollea engaged in sexual congress with one Heather Clem (estranged wife of radio shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge, in one of this story’s more surreal details) surfaced online. Looking to hold someone responsible for what he felt was a violation of privacy, Hogan moved to take legal action against both Clem and Gawker, the media aggregation web site that originally posted the tape in question. Florida’s state court turned into a battleground, not just between the Hulkster and one of the Internet’s trashier publications, but between the moneyed elite and the free press.
Darryl Jones of the Rolling Stones and Robert Trujillo of Metallica are two of the better rock bassists on the planet, but they'd look pretty silly if they tried to pull off a leg drop in the wrestling ring.
Hulk Hogan is returning to two of his favorite pastimes: wrestling and reality television.
Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, will be featured in a new reality series for TruTV, tentatively titled 'Micro Wrestling,' about the "wrestling world of little people."
Hogan's attorney, David Houston, tells Radar Online that Hogan's role on the show will be "the guy who inspires, recru