• Hulk Hogan Comments On His “First Love”
During a recent interview with USA Today, WWE Hall of Famer “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan talked about wrestling not being his first love and how he still ended up in wrestling.
Below is what Hulk Hogan said:
“I played full-time baseball until my final year of high school. I pitched and played third base. I broke my arm playing third base. It was the best thing that ever happened to me because I segued into wrestling. I was a huge wrestling fan, too. Once my arm wasn’t what it was, I was chasing the wrestling dream around and it finally happened but baseball was the first love.”
• The Undertaker’s Cousins Producing Fan-Funded Wrestling Promotion
The Undertaker’s real-life cousins, Donald Harris and Ronald Harris (The Harris Borthers, a.k.a Skull and 8-Ball in the WWF), are currently producing fan-funded wrestling promotion Aro Lucha.
Speaking of Aro Lucha, former WWE Champion Rey Mysterio will also be working for this promotion. Below is what Mysterio had to say about this:
“I think what we are doing with Aro Lucha being fan-owned is revolutionary. We are giving the fans something they have never had before, a voice and a chance to get in on the action.”
Aro Lucha’s Co-Founder and CEO Jason Brown had the following to say about this:
“This gives fans a chance to get in on the action, but more so than that it really gives them a voice. Especially at a company like ours, fans are so passionate. They critique every storyline, every character. Well we’re able now to actually listen to them.”
• Fans Kicked Out Of WrestleMania 34 During WWE Title Match
According to Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer, a few fans were kicked out of WrestleMania 34 last night during the WWE Championship match between AJ Styles & Shinsuke Nakamura because they wouldn’t sit down on their respective seats during the match.
Security told them to sit down during the match, but they refused to listen to them and the police arrived at the scene and took the fans out of there. During this incident, other fans started chanting “you deserve it” and “you f***ed up” at them.