The decision by a Florida jury to grant $140 million in damages for a story on Gawker.com about a Hulk Hogan sex tape was extraordinary. The number is far larger than even the plaintiff himself had asked for in relief. It’s a huge pay-day for an indiscretion that would have been quickly forgotten, one among many in…
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. has cut ties with the professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, reportedly due to sealed transcripts quoted by the National Enquirer and Radar on Friday morning in which Hogan (real name: Terry Bollea) refers to black people as “fucking niggers” and admits that “I am a racist, to a point.”
Among the luminaries in the owner's box: LeBron James, Hulk Hogan, Chris Paul, Nolan Ryan, Chris Christie, George Strait, and Reince Priebus. Jerryworld is a land of wonder.
Any readers going to Fan Expo in Toronto? Apparently Hulk Hogan will be arm wrestling Rob Ford tomorrow, and we need to talk to you if you'll be in attendance and can hold a phone in landscape mode. Don't smoke crack; do hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generally speaking, the practice of asking for a retweet should be frowned upon as the last resort of the pathetic, but there are exceptions to every rule. One need not look any further than this masterpiece of random craziness.
The Flyers rolled out the Hulkster to rile up the home crowd with the promo video you see above, which was shown during yesterday's Game 3 victory over the hated Penguins. True, Scott Hartnell did a Hulkamania-inspired send-up of a Hulkamania-inspired Pens fan earlier this month, but Hogan had also done a promo…
The last minute or so of today's Pens-Flyers matchup on NBC was a big chunk of madness, but our favorite part is this—in which a Hulkamania-inspired Pens fan who spent most of the game giving shit to Scott Hartnell and the Flyers gets what's coming to him in the form of some masterful trolling. Or, put another way,…
Seth O'Donnell of Scottsdale, Pa., is accused of beating three people, including his mother, last week with a mantel clock. His preliminary hearing yesterday was delayed, but outside the proceeding he had a little message for all you Hulkamaniacs out there.
There goes any chance of Hulk Hogan staying off our wrestling and reality programming and retiring with dignity (dignity being a relative word, of course). The Hulkster is going to need more money, because his ex-wife took most of his.
Hulk Hogan joined Richard Bacon on BBC Radio 5 today, and a weary nation eagerly awaited the comforting words of the Hulkster. If the 24-inch pythons can't get those looters to settle down and shape up, nothing can.
The Ultimate Warrior (legal name: "Warrior") is pissed at Hulk Hogan for something or other. That includes a handful of YouTube videos, recorded on his desktop camera in his den like so many American teenagers. I'm not sure exactly what he's mad about, because I'll be damned if I'm going to watch a 7 minute…
In a 12-second video provided to "best friend" Bubba The Love Sponge, former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan tries to make the case that he didn't flash his junk seconds after his daughter Brooke was bump-grindin' in a hotel room.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
It's laughable that some American newspapers put pro wrestling in the sports section, but it could be worse. It could be in the news section, as it is for one Aussie paper that doesn't seem to understand it's fake.