Hulk Hogan's health? Daughter Brooke talked about him



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Hulk Hogan's health? Daughter Brooke talked about him

Hulk Hogan was one of the most popular and controversial wrestlers of any era. The 12-time world champion has written unforgettable pages of WWE history, as well as holding several records that speak volumes about his immense value.

Suffice it to say that he, after Bruno Sammarino, is the second all-time superstar by total number of days as WWE Champion. 'The Immortal has ended up at the center of some nasty episodes over the years, which have undermined his reputation and attracted a lot of criticism.

The two-time WWE Hall of Famer has undergone a ton of surgeries, 25 in the last decade alone. In 2020, the 68-year-old from Augusta underwent delicate therapy after being diagnosed with MRSA infection. Earlier this year, the Hulk was inducted into the Hall of Fame for the second time as a member of The nWo.

He also presented both nights of WrestleMania 37 with Titus O’Neil. Speaking in the latest edition of the Hollywood Raw podcast, her daughter Brooke provided some updates on the conditions of the legendary Hogan. She said: "Hulk Hogan has had a myriad of surgeries over the years.

Despite the difficulties, he always managed to do what he liked. Right now he feels great, just think that he trains two hours in the gym every single day. We tried to count the operations he has undergone in the last decade, we are around 25."

Hogan has undergone ten back surgeries from 2009 to the present. In an interview with TMZ dating back to 2020, The Hulkster joked that he could still face the entire WWE roster despite his countless injuries. During his exceptional career, Hogan won the Royal Rumble match in 1990 and 1991, making him the first wrestler ever to win two consecutive editions.

Summer Rae and her return to the Royal Rumble

With Renee Paquette on The Sessions, Summer Rae talked about her returning to WWE at the Royal Rumble and why she left Vince McMahon's federation. About her On her participation in the Royal Rumble and her new look: "People don't recognize me anymore now.

But when they called me for the Royal Rumble, they said, 'Would you care? Would you consider such a thing? ' What I said was: 'I have red hair now. I have changed a lot but I accept it. I think I am extremely different than before.

Some people don't even recognize me on social media anymore. I texted Eva Marie two days before I got red hair, I was going to her hairdresser. I've had the same cut, color and everything for 34 years. So, I texted Eva and said: 'I'm thinking about getting my hair red.

I have decided' When I first made them, they were a very dark color, like purple red. When I told Eva, she told me: 'You will freak out at first but then, after two days, you will really like them." On WWE's initial idea of ​​the Royal Rumble: “We didn't have to announce that I was going to be at the Royal Rumble, it should have been a surprise.

I only discovered it two hours ago. I've been gone a long time but I didn't know if the fan reaction was going to be positive or negative. I'm really happy now that I don't have to keep it a secret until the end of the month."

On the reason for her farewell to WWE: "I had a bone spur in the vertebrae of her neck. I have thoracic outlet syndrome. I think you can live with bone spurs but thoracic outlet syndrome is horrible. Many NFL pitchers have it.

What they wanted to do was remove my first rib. The first rib is technically your trap. The rib is constantly putting pressure on the nerves and devastating you."