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“Hulk Hogan Was A Horrible Worker” – WWF Legend On Their WrestleMania Match

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• “Hulk Hogan Was A Horrible Worker” – WWF Legend On Their WrestleMania Match

2-Time WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan is widely considered the most important name in professional wrestling history and is well known to be the biggest long-term draw ever (with Stone Cold Steve Austin being the biggest short-term draw ever).

If you ask any adult on the planet, who they associate with pro-wrestling, the highest amount of answers would be ‘Hulk Hogan’.

Despite his popularity and his huge charisma, Hogan also has his critics, which are mostly former colleagues, who are jealous of his fame & glory, yet fail to realize that with him main eventing and drawing money, they also made a lot of money because of Hogan.

Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart is certainly one of them, who is pretty bitter nowadays about many things & people, including The Hulkster.

Also Read: “Bret Hart was not a main event draw in WWF” – Eric Bischoff

Old School WWF/WCW Legend Sid seems to be yet another one of them, as he recently bashed Hulk in an interview with the Highspots Wrestling Network.

Here’s what the former Sid Justice (later known as Sycho Sid) had to say:

“Honestly, the WWF, it was such a night-to-night deal, every show was a big show. I know it was WrestleMania, don’t get me wrong, but like a year later, I forgot there was a WrestleMania.

So someone said, ‘You remember being at WrestleMania?’ I went, ‘No.’

Again, and I’m not trying to make anybody mad at me, but I was in this business different than everybody else was.

I was in it for just the business. I wasn’t a wrestling fan. I got in it to make money, so I never looked at a booking sheet, I didn’t care what town I was in, I didn’t care who I was working with.

I could walk in a locker room and tell you who I was working with because they had, you could tell, especially in the northeast where the babyface was afraid about getting booed a lot, you could tell they were working with me because they didn’t wanna get booed when they went out there.

But again, I didn’t take this like everyone else. I never watched wrestling, never looked at a wrestling magazine, so again, it was just business to me.

WrestleMania was just the same as if I was working Roanoke, Virginia.

Well yeah, there was more money for WrestleMania, but the thing is you don’t see that money for three months so you don’t think about that dude, yeah, I turned down more money than I was getting there.

It was okay. It was nothing that I’m gonna say it was my favorite night of the year or anything like that.

It was a horrible match with Hogan that night too. Hogan was a horrible worker so that’s what made that.”

Also Read: “He didn’t know how to do anything!” – Bret Hart On His 1st Match With Hulk Hogan

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (May 6, 1990) – WWF Wrestling Challenge

On this day in 1990, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.

It was broadcasted from the Syracuse War Memorial in Syracuse, New York and featured pre-taped matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF SummerSlam 1990’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Earthquake vs. Mike Durham

– Bad News Brown vs. Mark Thomas

– The Hart Foundation vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov

– Tugboat vs. Black Bart

– Randy Savage/Sherri Interview

– Tito Santana vs. Pez Whatley

– The Big Boss Man vs. Buddy Rose

        
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