His testimony may have kept Mc Mahon out of prison, but it definitely hurt WWE's public image -- and Hogan's. And when Hogan started wrestling outside the WWE, in Ted Turner's World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Mc Mahon held a very public grudge against Hogan for several years, before (and even after) Hogan came home to the WWE.
Hogan announced his retirement from wrestling in 2002, with a touching speech before a packed house in Tupelo, Mississippi.
During a match on July 30, 1985 in Poughkeepsie, New York, several managers were at ringside in hopes that he would name one of them as his new manager.
After the match, Savage thanked the managers for their consideration and then asked that his new manager come to ringside.
In the 1990s he became a bonafide B-movie action star, with No Holds Barred, Suburban Commando, and a series of films you're progressively less and less likely to have heard of, including The Secret Agent Club and Santa with Muscles.
Honky's insistence that he was "the greatest Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion of all time" instigated a challenge from Savage, the former champion.
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Belzer fell unconscious, and sued Hogan for million. In 1994, a steroids scandal threatened the WWE, and Hogan testified in court that he had used steroids over a period of 12 years "to get big".
Hogan never accused WWE head honcho Vince Mc Mahon of distributing steroids himself, and explicitly said that Mc Mahon had said not to use them, but Hogan also testified that steroid use was rampant in the WWE.
It later emerged that Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, a longtime enemy of Gawker, had helped finance Hogan's litigation. 2001)Mother: Ruth (housewife, dance instructor)Wife: Linda Hogan (Vero Slim Diet System spokeswoman, m.