Yeah, I'm the towering red-and-yellow warrior who revolutionized the wrestling business, the larger-than-life superhero who transformed an entire country into a horde of Hulkamaniacs. I'm the guy who spit blood and breathed fire to help create an empire called World Wrestling Entertainment.
But it wasn't always like that. Once I was a fat kid named Terry Bollea watching legends like Dusty Rhodes and Superstar Billy Graham, never dreaming I'd be a professional wrestler myself one day.
Find out what makes me cry like a baby and what makes my blood boil. Then tell me you know the man called Hollywood Hulk Hogan.
Join the Babe Ruth of wrestling on a gritty, no-holds-barred odyssey from his start in the barbaric wrestling arenas of the '70s through the humiliation of his involvement in federal steroid-abuse trials to the achievement of his greatest triumph yet.
Along the way, lock up with the likes of Mr. T, Ted Turner, The Rock...and of course, Vince McMahon, head of World Wrestling Entertainment.
©2002 World Wrestling Entertainment Inc., All Rights Reserved; (P)2002 Simon & Schuster Inc., All Rights Reserved, AUDIOWORKS Is an Imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.
I love that this was narrated by Hulk himself. But, the storyline about Vince McMahon is pretty soft and comes across as highly "edited" and insincere. It feels like the Hulkster was trying too hard to get a WWE endorsement of his book to boost sales.
Hulk reads the book like himself at a good pace , fun relaxing and great stories . Never knew about his brother.
I appreciated that he read the book himself. I didn't care for the portrayal of himself as the bigger person in every negative situation he encountered, or the obvious butt-kissing of Vince McMahon.
Don't use a credit on this particular audio book. It's written from the perspective of the character Hulk Hogan for the most part (including all the "brother" references), and lacks good details. I don't expect dirt but Mick FOley adds much detail without being disparaging. I'm sure there's much more to Hogan's life experience than this. It's mostly filler, brother.
His performance, classic Hulkster! You don't rwally learn anything new about the man known as Terry Bolella, but it's just a great listen.
Please get the unabridged version!!!!
Just BADBOY being BADBOY
Huge Hogan fan know pretty much everything about him but to listen to his voice telling his story was AWESOME!
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