|Hiro Matsuda vs Terry Bollea
Merced Solis vs Terry Bollea
Paul Orndorff vs Terry Bollea
|1978 Debut match (Florida, Autumn) - Super
Destroyer(Bollea) over Robert Gibson
Super Destroyer(Bollea) vs Masked Superstar(Leon "Tarzan" Baxter)
Terry Boulder over ??unknown job worker(7/78)Click here to view a clip of the match
Andre the Giant & Tarzan Baxter over Terry Boulder & Ox Baker
Terry Boulder over Bob Armstrong(78)
[Thanks to Justin Sulting for the above match]
Terry Boulder over The Mongolian Stomper
[Thanks to Justin Sulting for the above match]
He was given the Sterling Golden (bigger,better,stronger
and improved gorgeous george gimmick) and he fought Handicap matches and used the Sterling Squeeze Bear Hugg as
his finisher.His major feud in NWA Georgia was against "Mr.USA" Tony Atlas.He was never pushed but his heel
character was well protected. Terry offered $10,000 to every one who can break out of his Squeeze.
|STERLING GOLDEN beat CHIC DONOVAN
STERLING GOLDEN beat CURTIS BRAZIL & JACK MOORE
STERLING GOLDEN beat MIKE FEVER
STERLING GOLDEN beat MARVIN TURNER
Sterling Golden over Jerry Roberts (Jacques Rougeau)
Sterling Golden over Chic Donovan (several matches)
Sterling Golden over Jack Thor and Curtis Brazil (several matches)
Sterling Golden over Curtis Brazil
Sterling Golden over 2 Masked Jobbers (submission)
Sterling Golden over Mike Fever (more than once)
Sterling Golden over Marvin Turner (more than once)
Thanks to "Justin Sulting" for the above 7 matches]
|Sterling Golden over Dick Slater(12/79)
Sterling Golden over Toru Tanaka(12/79)
Sterling Golden over Austin Idol via DQ (at least twice)
Austin Idol over Sterling Golden via DQ or CO
Thanks to "Justin Sulting" for the above 2 matches]
|11/13/1979 "Incredible" Hulk Hogan over Harry
Valdez(WWWF Debut match) credit: DAmirulla1@aol.com
(The gimmick was the Hulk, the chest hair ain`t for nothing)
Hulk Hogan v Ted Dibiase(december 79)
Hulk Hogan v Frank Williams
Hulk Hogan over Tito Santana in Philly(1/12/80)
Hulk Hogan v Dominic DeNucci(2/9/80)
Hulk Hogan v Fred Marzino & Angelo Gomez
Hulk Hogan v Steve King & Jorge Rosello
Hulk Hogan v Steve King & Angelo Gomez
Hulk Hogan v Paul Moret & Steamboat Larsen
Hulk Hogan v Dom DeNucci(12/18/80)
Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff vs Antonio Inoki & Riki Choshu [thanks Justin]
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen over Kintaro Hoshino & Riki Choshu(11/80)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen over Tatsumi Fujinami & Kengo Kimura(11/80)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen over Seiji Sakaguchi & Strong Kobayashi(12/80)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen over Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda(12/80)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen over Andre the Giant & The Hangman(12/80)MSG Tag
5/22/81 ; Osaka, JAPAN: Inoki & Rhodes over. Hansen & Hogan via DQ
Both Hansen and Hogan kept attacking Rhodes' arm until they lost via DQ. Tiger Jeet
Singh was at the corner for Hansen, and he might have joined the team for the DQ. [Thanks Hisa Tanabe]
5/29/81 ; Takamatsu, JAPAN: Dusty Rhodes & Bob Backlund vs. Stan Hansen & Hulk Hogan- double co
[thanks Lucas of wrestlingclassics for above match]
Hulk Hogan -vs- Dusty Rhodes
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen vs Antonio Inoki & Bob Backlund
Hulk Hogan & Stan Hansen vs Dino Bravo & Riki Choshu
El Canek/Hulk Hogan vs Antonio Inoki/Tatsumi Fujinami (TV Time runs out).
Sgt. Slaughter & Masked Superstar vs Tatsumi Fujinami & Hulk Hogan(81)
Hulk Hogan over Mike Masters in New Japan's MSG tournament (5/81)
Hulk Hogan over Chris Adams in New Japan's MSG tournament (5/81)
Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant vs Antonio Inoki & Seiji Sakaguchi
Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki vs Yoshiaki Yatsu & Riki Choshu [thanks Justin]
Riki Choshu-Yoshiaki Yatsu vs. Hulk Hogan-Mike Sharpe
Hulk Hogan over Bobby Duncam in New Japan's MSG tournament (5/81)
Hulk Hogan over Ricky Choshu in New Japan's MSG tournament (28/5/81)
Hulk Hogan over Tatsumi Fujinami in New Japan's MSG tournament (6/81)
Hulk Hogan over Seigi Sakaguchi in New Japan's MSG tournament.(6/81)
Tiger Jeet Singh over Hulk Hogan in New Japan's MSG tournament(6/81)
Hamamatsu, Japan: 6/2/81: Hulk Hogan over Chris Adams [thanks Lucas]
After Jimmy Hart jumped in with his cane
[Click here to watch the match from Lawler`s site]
While still under contract to the WWF, Terry got a note from Sylvester
Stallone, It asked him to star in RockyIII. Then
after his tour in japan, he was called by Stallone himself and asked to fly to Los Angeles for the movie right away, the
problem was that McMahon had booked Terry for that day for Charlotte, N.C. McMahon said he`d fire Terry if he
wouldn`t show up, Terry didn`t show up and next thing you know he was down in Minneapolis, signing with Verne
|Hulk Hogan over Dominic Denucci (2/14/81 Philadelphia
Hulk Hogan vs Sonny Rogers(late 81), 1st match as face
Minneapolis, MN: 8/16/81 Hulk Hogan over Sonny Rogers & Chuck Greely [ WTCN television studio, AWA TV Debut]
9/06/81 Hulk Hogan creamed Chris Curtis
[Thanks to clawmaster64 of wrestlingclassics.com , Jim Melby, Don Luce and George Lentz and Justin Sulting for the above 2 matches]
Hogan over Jerry Blackwell (bodyslam and pinfall victories)
St. Paul Civic Center, Hulk Hogan over Jerry Blackwell
Hogan and Brad Rheingans over Jerry Blackwell and ??
Hogan/Gagne/Brunzell vs Patera/Ventura/Heenan(82)
Hulk Hogan over Jesse Ventura in an Arm Wrestling match
[Justin Sulting notes - Hogan wins several pinfalls over Ventura, suffers a few CO and DQ losses]
Hulk Hogan vs Adrian Adonis(10/17/82)
Hulk Hogan vs Harley Race (82)
Hulk Hogan over Mr. Saito(82)
Hulk Hogan over Mr. Saito / David Schultz(9.25.82), thanks to Justin Sulting for match date
he fueded with Mr. Saito and David
Shultz after Saito broke the IWGP Trophy over his head durring a
Hulk Hogan & Andre The Giant vs Heanen/Duncam/Bockwinkel/Patera(11.7 & 11.12 & 11.26.82)
Hulk Hogan & Andre The Giant over AWA champ, Nick Bockwinkel & Jesse Ventura
Hulk Hogan winns a Battle Royal to face the champ(82)
|Hulk Hogan, Buddy Rose vs Tatsumi Fujinami,
Hulk Hogan & Gran Hamada over El Canek & Pero Aguyo [10x Justin]
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Wayne Bridge & Young Simpson(11/82)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over El Canek & Perro Aguayo(11/82)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Adrian Adonis & Dino Bravo(11/82)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Andre the Giant & Rene Goulet(11/82)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Dick Murdoch & Masked Superstar(11/82)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Killer Khan & Tiger Toguchi(12/82)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Seiji Sakaguchi & Tatsumi Fujinami(12/82)MSG Tag
Hogan walks out on masked Studd(aka Captain USA) after Studd cheats
[Research by Justin Sulting for above match ; source: http://www.cpol.net/tonyd/video/tape26.htm]
Andre The Giant & El Canek vs Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan
[Research by Justin Sulting for above match ; source: http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~casej/otherfeds.htm]
Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki over Otto Wanz & Wayne Bridge(11/83)MSG Tag League
Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki over Bobby Duncum & Curt Hennig(11/83)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki over Seiji Sakaguchi & Rusher Kimura(11/83)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki over Killer Khan & Tiger Toguchi(11/83)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki, Hulk Hogan over Tatsumi Fujianmi,Akira Maeda(12/7/83)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki & Hulk Hogan over Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch(11/25/83)MSG Tag
Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki over Riki Choshu & Animal Hamaguchi(12/83)MSG Tag
Andre the Giant & Stan Hansen over Hulk Hogan & Antonio Inoki(12/83)MSG Tag
Antonio Inoki, Akira Maeda vs Hulk Hogan, Mike Sharpe(2/3/84)
Hachinohe, JAPAN: 2/6/84: Tatsumi Fujinami & Akira Maeda over Hulk Hogan & Bret Hart[10x John&Justin]
Hulk Hogan vs Rusher Kimura(2/9/84)
Hulk Hogan & Mike Sharpe vs Antonio Inoki & Tatsumi Fujinami(2/23/84)
Antonio Inoki vs Hulk Hogan(5/11/84)
Hulk Hogan, Masked Superstar vs Adrian Adonis, Dick Murdoch(5/18/84)
Riki Choshu, Masa Saito vs Hulk Hogan, Masked Superstar(6/11/84)
Akira Maeda & Kengo Kimura & Antonio Inoki v Hulk Hogan & Bret Hart & Mike Sharpe(85)
|14-01-84 Hogan/Backlund vs Fuji/Tiger Chun Lee
Jan 84: Hulk Hogan squashed Gil Guerrero
2/84: Hulk Hogan over Brutus Beefcake
NY 2/20/84: Hulk Hogan v Paul Orndorff
PHI3/84: Hulk Hogan v Iron Shiek
STL 4/84: CAGE MATCH: Hulk Hogan over John Studd
1984: Hulk Hogan v David Shultz
4/84: Hulk Hogan v Iron Shiek
5/84: Hulk Hogan v Paul Orndorff
1984: Hulk Hogan over Iron Mike Sharpe (pinfall) [thanks Justin]
8/84 Landover Maryland: Paul Orndorff over Hulk Hogan (DQ)
[thanks KrisZ of wrestlingclassics board for above 2 matches]
LI 9/84: Hulk Hogan v Bob Orton
9/2/84 Mexico City, Mexico, WWF Champ Hulk Hogan drew UWA Champ El Canek [10xJustin]
NY 10/17/84: Hulk Hogan over John Studd in $15000 Slam match
Hulk Hogan over Jerry Valiant
Hulk Hogan and Bruno Sammartino over (possibly Black Jack Mulligan and John Studd, more than once)
Hogan pins Samoan Afa
Hogan pins Samoan Sika
Thanks to "Justin Sulting" for the above 4 matches]
Hulk Hogan & Gene Okerlund over Mr.Fuji & George Steele
12/84 Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Snuka over Bob Orton & Don Muraco
12/84 Miami: Hulk Hogan over Brutus Beefcake [thanks KrisZ]
Hulk Hogan over George Steele
12/84 East Rutherford NJ (Meadowlands) Hulk Hogan beat John Studd by CO to retain his title[thanks KrisZ]
1/14/85:HULK HOGAN v RODDY PIPER
5/11/85 Uniondale NY Hogan over Bob Orton [thanks Justin]
5/??/85 Magnificent Muraco over Hulk Hogan (count out) [thanks Justin]
5/14/85: Hulk Hogan over Magnificent Muraco (DQ; Bob Orton run in) (thanks Justin Sulting for match ending)
5or6/85: Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Snuka over Magnificent Muraco & Cowboy Bob Orton(DQ;. Fuji run in) - thanks Justin
6/11/85:Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Hulk Hogan
6/21/85: CAGE MATCH: Hulk Hogan over Magnificent Muraco(leaves cage, bloody according to Justin)***
6/85: Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff v Roddy Piper & Bob Orton
9/15/85: Hulk Hogan v King Kong Bundy
Hulk Hogan over Ken Patera (DQ)
Hulk Hogan over Ken Patera (DQ) [thanks Justin]
10/5/85 East Rutherford NJ Hogan over Nikolai Volkoff [thanks Justin]
10/12/85: Hulk Hogan v King Kong Bundy
1985: Hulk Hogan over Rusty Brooks
Macho Man Randy Savage over Hulk Hogan (CO)
Macho Man Randy Savage over Hulk Hogan (CO) [thanks Justin]
Hulk Hogan over Moondog Spot (pinfall)
Hulk Hogan over Rusty Brooks (pinfall)
Hulk Hogan over Johnny Rodz (pinfall)
Hulk Hogan over The Missing Link (pinfall)
-- Hogan blocks the green spit (like a Muta Mist), and rolls
him up for the pin. [thanks Justin for above 5 matches]
East Rutherford, N.J 10/3/85: Hulk Hogan over Nikolai Volkoff(SNME #2)
1985: Hulk Hogan over Iron Shiek
NY 1/86:HULK HOGAN over RANDY SAVAGE
NY 2/86:HULK HOGAN over RANDY SAVAGE
[Research by Justin Sulting for above match ; Source: http://www.oocities.org/Colosseum/Arena/9893/manitob2.htm]
PHI 3/30/86:Hulk Hogan & Ricky Steamboat v Magnificent Muraco, Mr. Fuji & John Valiant
PHI 7/26/86:Hulk Hogan v Adrian Adonis
Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff over the Moondogs Rex & Spot (pinfall) [thanks Justin]
--Orndorff anounced this match on Adrian Adonis' Flower
Shop segment. Adonis and Jimmy Hart were instigating
an arguement over Hogan not taking an Orndorff phone
call, because he was under the squat wrack. Orndorff
hogs much of the ring action, and wins the match
almost single handedly.
NY 9/22/86:Hulk & Machines(Andre & Masked Superstar) vs Bundy & Studd & Heanen
Los Angleles,CA 11/15/86:WWF World Champ Hulk Hogan pinned Hercules Hernandez (SNME #8) air date: 11/29
1986: HULK HOGAN v JOHN STUDD?
1986: HULK HOGAN v RANDY SAVAGE?
Detroit. MI 2/21/87: Was eliminated in a Battle Royal that Hercules won(SNME #10) air date: 3/14/87
1986:HULK HOGAN & RODDY PIPER v HARLEY RACE & PAUL ORNDORFF
12/26/86:HULK HOGAN v KAMALA
1986: HULK HOGAN & ANDRE THE GIANT v JOHN STUDD & KING KONG BUNDY
1986: HULK HOGAN v JOHN STUDD
1986: HULK HOGAN over TIGER CHUNG LEE
1986: HULK HOGAN v HERCULES
Hulk Hogan/George Steele over Randy Savage/Adrian Adonis
HULK HOGAN v SAMOAN AFA
HULK HOGAN v GREG VALENTINE
HULK HOGAN v MOONDOG REX
NY, 1/13/87: HULK HOGAN vs KAMALA ( No DQ match)
Springfield, MA, 2/87: Hulk Hogan over Kamala
2/87, Philly Spectrum: Hulk Hogan over Kamala
MI 2/21/87:Was in a battle royal, was aliminated.(SNME)
HULK HOGAN vs KING KONG BUNDY
1987:HULK HOGAN & RODDY PIPER v HARLEY RACE & PAUL ORNDORFF
Philly Spectrum, 3/14/87 Hulk Hogan & Roddy Piper over Kamala & Paul Orndorff
MA, 8/3/87:HULK HOGAN vs RANDY SAVAGE
PA, 9/18/87 :HULK HOGAN vs KILLER KHAN
NY, 9/20/87:HULK HOGAN vs ONE MAN GANG
9/23/87: WWF World Champ Hulk Hogan pinned Sika (10:00)(SNME #12) air date: 10/3
The match was supposed to be a tag team match between the newly formed Megapowers team of
Hogan and Randy Savage and WWF Tag Team Champions, Hart and Jim Neidhart. When Savage did not show for the
match, it became a Hogan-Hart singles match.
Research: Justin Sulting ; Source: John (email@example.com) for the above match]
MA:2/6/88:Hulk Hogan & Bam Bam Bigelow v Ted Dibiase & Andre The Giant (afternoon)
3/27/88:HULK HOGAN battled ANDRE THE GIANT
4/88, Philly Spectrum: Hulk Hogan & Ken Patera over Harley Race & Hercules
You've heard about it in hushed circles. Someone on a message board once whispered something about it, softly, so as not to
draw attention. And now....it's here.
Yes, folks, that piece of crap that Hogan's wearing on top of his head is not a hoax. Not a hallucination. It is real. It is fact.
And it is the stupidest headpiece this side of Moose Cholak
Hogan, ever the fasion trend-setter, began wearing this helmet back in the bygone year of 1988. It didn't last long. It wasn't a
merchandise item. The Man of Orange actually wore that thing to the ring for a short time.
Anyone else see its resemblance to those padded helmets that mentally challenged children wear?
By mmv3000 from the WC board.
LA 10/16/88 :HULK HOGAN vs HAKU
Baltimore,MD 10/25/88:Hulk Hogan pinned Haku (5:53).(SNME#17 ) aired 10/29
LA 11/17/88:HULK HOGAN vs BIG BOSSMAN
12/3/88:HULK HOGAN vs BIG BOSSMAN, Boston
Tampa,FL 12/7/88: Hulk Hogan beat Akeem (6:30) via DQ.(SNME #19) aired 1/7/89
LA 12/17/88 :HULK HOGAN vs BIG BOSSMAN
Worcester,MA 7/18/89:WWF World Champ Hulk Hogan pinned Honkytonk Man (6:00) .[snme #22] aired 7/29
2/90:HULK HOGAN vs MR. PERFECT(same)
NY 4/30/90:HULK HOGAN over THE EARTHQUAKE via DQ
Toledo,OH 9/18/90:Hulk Hogan & Tugboat beat Greg Valentine & Honkytonk Man (7:30) via DQ.(SNME #28) aired 10/13
NY 11/90:HULK HOGAN over THE EARTHQUAKE
MSG 12/28/90:HULK HOGAN & TUGBOAT v EARTHQUAKE & DINO BRAVO
According to Terry, he didn`t want the title, after all, he passed the Torch to Warrior, but it was Vince who begged him,
because with the Warrior the WWF wasn`t as half succesful as it was with the Hulkster.
MSG 4/22/91:HULK HOGAN over SGT. SLAUGHTER
7/30/91:HULK HOGAN & HACKSAW DUGGAN v SGT SLAUGHTER & IRON SHIEK
8/91:HULK HOGAN over SGT. SLAUGHTER
2/92: Hulk Hogan over the Warlord
3/92:HULK HOGAN & RODDY PIPER NC RIC FLAIR & SID JUSTICE
and Sting had a Scorpion Deathlock on for good measure. This was the Harris Brother's "get lost" match from WCW. They soon
entered the WWF as Jacob & Eli Blu. [10x Justin]
02/05/95 Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage vs Butcher & Avalanche
??champ Hulk Hogan over Paul Orndorff(world wide)
02/26/95 Hulk Hogan CO Big Van Vader
03/19/95 Hulk Hogan over Big Van Vader
09/04/95:HULK HOGAN over BIG BUBBA ROGGERS(debut episode of Nitro)
12/11/95:HULK HOGAN & STING over RIC FLAIR & ARN ANDERSON Nitro ME(loud Hogan sucks in Charlotte)
1/1/96 Atlanta:HULK HOGAN NC RIC FLAIR(Nitro ME))
Charleston, SC 1/8/96:HULK HOGAN & RANDY SAVAGE over RIC FLAIR & ARN ANDERSON(Nitro ME)
1/15/96:Hulk Hogan over Meng(Nitro)
1/22/96:HULK HOGAN over ONE MAN GANG(Nitro)
01/20/97;Chicago, IL Lex Luger over champ, "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan, via DQ(Nitro dark match)
Chicago 6/16/98 champ-Hogan/Rodman and Giant/Luger went to a No Contest(nitro`s M.E)
After a 12/01/97 Nitro promo in Knoxville, Hogan got the snot slapped out of him by this lady. In real life, the Knoxville promoters always give her free tickets, she has been a wrestler in the 40s but retired due injury. According to some people she helped the Hulkster during his days in Knoxville in 79.
Here`s what Wild Red Herring had to say about this on the wrestlingclassics board:
Mighta been Beluah in Knoxville. She had actually trained to be a worker back in the 40's or whatever,
but had to give it up due to an injury. She's a smart who never broke kayfabe to the point that people
thought she was just some dumb old mark. Think she usta cook big Sunday dinners for the boys.
Hogan mighta been an old friend from his days working the territory.
I also remember some old bat in Iowa nailing Hogan (who was the babyface) when he wrestled Flair
(heel) at a Clash in 1994. The announcers didn't call it, so I'm guessing it was a shoot.
Another note from Charlie of ddtdigest:
Another note, Hogan's painted on beard is much darker in person. The lady he was arguing with in the stands has that
same seat at every show in Knoxville. Her head was on camera most of the show. She must know the promoters. Doug
Dellenger constantly talked to her during commercial breaks and the Sting mask that was slapped away from her was
given back later in the show. Charlie has established a friendship with her as they are two of the craziest fans in
Atlanta 1/5/98: champ Sting & Lex Luger over Hollywood Hogan & Randy Savage(Nitro dark)
New Orleans 1/19/98 The Giant over Hollywood Hogan(nitro main event)
Boston-1/31/98 Steel Cage match-Sting over Hollywood Hogan(Boston Brawl)*
El Paso, TX:2/9/98 Randy Savage over Hollywood Hogan by DQ(Nitro ME)
Tampa2/16/98:Sting/Lex Luger over feuding Hollywood Hogan and Randy SavageDQ(Nitro ME)
Phily 3/2/98: Sting & Randy Savage over Hollywood Hogan & Scott Hall(nitro`s main event)
Salem,NC 3/9/98:Hogan/Hall & Nash over Savage/champ Sting/Giant(nitro`s M.E)
Providence, RI 5/18/98 Randy Savage & Roddy Piper over champ Hollywood Hogan & Bret Hart (nitro dark match)
Washington 6/1/98Kevin Nash & Lex Luger over champ Hollywood Hogan & Giant(nitroME)
Baltimore 6/14/98 champHollywood Hogan & Bret Hart over Randy Savage &Roddy Piper-gab
San Antonio 7/27/98 Diamond Dullas Page over Hollywood Hogan via DQ(nitro`s main event)
Miami 8/31/98 Sting & Lex Luger over Hollywood Hogan & U.S champ Bret Hart(nitro`s M.E)
Tampa, FL 02/15/99 WCW U.S Heavyweight champ Roddy Piper over WCW World champ, Hollywood Hulk Hogan, via DQ.
Lexington, KY 03/18/99 HollywoodHulk Hogan beat Curt Hennig in the main event with Hulkamania running wild via clean pinfall and the patented Leg Drop.(TME)
Chicago, IL(H.S M.E) 03/19/99 HollywoodHulk Hogan beats WCW World Heavyweight champ Ric Flair, but Charles"88 Hevner"Robinson DQes the Hulkster as Terry gets a huge crowd ovation!!!
Milwaukee(H.S M.E) 03/20/99 WCW World Heavyweight champ, Ric Flair over
"Hollywood" Hulk Hogan via reversed decision.
Auburn Hills, MI(H.S M.E)) 3/27/99 "Hollywood"HulkHulk Hogan over WCW World Heavyweight champ, Ric Flair via DQ.
Richmond, VA ; 4/01/99(TME) HollywoodHulk Hogan over The Disciple(Ed Leslie).
Fairfax, VA, 04/02/99(H.S M.E) WCW World Heavyweight champ Ric Flair over HollywoodHulk Hogan via DQ.
Boston, MA, 04/03/99(H.S M.E)) WCW World Heavyweight champ Ric Flair over HollywoodHulk Hogan via DQ.
Las Vegas, NV, 04/05/99(Nitro M.E)) Bill Goldberg over WCW World Heavyweight champ Ric Flair, HollywoodHulk Hogan and Diamond Dullas Page via DQ in a 4 Way Texas Tornado match.
Memphis, TN 7/26/99(Nitro M.E) WCW World Heavyweight champ, Hulk Hogan & Sting went to No Contest with Kevin Nash & Sid Vicious.
PENSACOLA, FL 9/3/99 (H.S M.E) WCW World Heavyweight champ: Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart wrestled to a no contest.
TALLAHASSEE, FL 9/4/99 (H.S M.E) WCW World Heavyweight champ: Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart wrestled to a no contest.
Sacramento, CA ; 2/21/2000 (Nitro ME Cage) Hulk Hogan over Lex Luger via DQ.
Providence, RI ; 3/13/2000 (Nitro M.E) Ric Flair & Lex Luger over Hulk Hogan & Curt Hennig
Orlando, FL ; 3/21/2000(Thunder ME) Hulk Hogan over Dustin Rhodes
South Padre Island, TX ; 3/27/2000(Nitro ME) Wall over Hulk Hogan via DQ.
Biloxi, MS ; 05/15/00(Nitro PME) Horace Hogan over Hulk Hogan and Billy Kidman in a 3WM
Lafayette, LA ; 05/17/00(Thunder`s 2nd match) Hulk Hogan over Horace Hogan
Grand Rapids, MI ; 05/22/00(NPME) Vampiro over Hulk Hogan
|Orlando, FL 11/14/2001 XWF Taping, day 2:
Hulk Hogan over Curt Hennig
Few hours prior he reached an agreement with Stephanie "Gorgeous George" Bellars, Terry, will you stop
stealing Macho`s ladies? Hey isn`t this promotion supposed to be "Family Oriented"? I`ve seen Steph`s video, she`s definitely
not family oriented, hell if Chastity got fired because a similar flick, they should hire Chastity too, or that`s plain discrimination!
a double pushing clothesline, Warlord(via clothesline), Bad News Brown & WWF champ and fellow tag partner - "Macho Man" Randy Savage(as Brown tried to throw Savage out, Hulkster threw both causing more problems in Mega Maniacs land).
Hulkster was aliminated after being 11 minutes 83 seconds in the rumble by Akeem(aka poor One Man Gang who can`t get any heat in ECW) & Big Bossman via a double throw out.
After being aliminated, Hulkster pulled Bossman under the ropes(aliminating him) making a mistake insteaed of pulling Bossman over the top rope.
20 seconds after entering, Hulkster eliminates the great legendary, "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka( via a running clothesline).
42 seconds into the match, Hulkster eliminates Haku(via the Big Boot).
2 minutes and 16 seconds into the match, Hulkster eliminated the greatest Intercontinental Heavyweight champion of all time, the Honky Tonk Man(via grabbing by his hair and throwing him out).
6 minutes 36 seconds into his stay, Hulkster eliminates the Incercontinental champ, Ultimate Warrior
after clotheslining "Ravishing" Rick Rude and the Barbarian who almost had Warrior out, and as Hogan nailed them, Warrior went down and was eliminated.
[Note: before Rude eliminated Hercules, Terry made a mistake by going after Rude, Rude had to no-sell in order to eliminate Herc on time, also know that every match wrestlers do mistakes, I just like to catch Terry in every little detail.]
11 minutes 7 seconds into the stay, Hulkster eliminated The Ravishing one, when Terry Irish Whiped Rude, while Hennig was trying to get back in, and pulled the top rope, thus sending Rude over the top to the outside.
12 minutes 57 seconds, Hulkster eliminated "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig following beating the crap out of him, with a throw out over the ring post, TO WIN THE ROYAL RUMBLE!!!
Note: Terry posed as usual and got a flag from a fan which said "Hulkamania lives for ever" Terry showed it, and then bent it leanly and returned it to the fan!!
Also note that the great "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase was 43 minutes and 55 seconds in the Rumble.
Overall Hulkster was 13 plus minutes in the Rumble, giving a great performence from his heart.
Minute and 11 seconds after entering, Terry eliminated my man, a true wrestling talent, Barry Darsow(damn shame isn`t main eventer anymore, Smash/Repo) via the hair-tights throw out.
At 2 minutes 51 seconds into his stay, Hulkster eliminates, The legendary Greg"Hammer"Valentine, who by the way lasted 44 minutes and 19 seconds.
11 minutes 33 seconds, eliminates my man Bryan Adams(Crush) via throw off, as Bryan tried to punch Terry on the turnbuckle.
12 minutes, 36 seconds, eliminates Big Poppa Steroid, The Warlord Terry Zophinski via clothesline.
15 minutes, 34 seconds, eliminates Big Bubba/Tugboat/Typhoon/Shockmaster, Big Freddie Ottman via a kind of a leg hip toss, somewhat a body slam position throw out).
18 minutes, 3 seconds, Earthquake/Avalanche/Shark/Poor Golga, Big John Tenta hits Hulkster with the big Quake, only for him to come right back up with the adrenaline flowing.
18 minutes, 59 seconds, eliminates Brian Knobbs(Yandrisovitz) a proud jew, like myself to whome I wish luck with the bad one he has late, via the Big Boot.
19 minutes, 9 seconds, Hulkamania runns wild, as Tenta Power Slams The Hulkster and covers him for him to kick out.
20 minutes, 9 seconds, Hulkster body slams Earthquake after no selling with Hulkamania running wild, then following with the *3 punches, and the *Big Boot*.
20 minutes, 24 seconds, Hulkster eliminates Earthquake with a running Clothesline from behind, thus making Hulkster the winner of the 1991 Royal Rumble.
After winning, Terry got a sign that said:
Hulkster also got a sign saying "Saddam and Slaughter will surrender", Terry posed with the signs, showed them and returned them to the ones they belonged. Terry then got the Old Glory and waved it as the PPV ended.
Terry was totally 27 minutes and 46 seconds in the Battle Royal.
Note: Greg"Hammer"Valentine lasted 44 minutes and 19 seconds.
"The Model" Rick Martel lasted 53 minutes and 25 seconds, setting a record.
Rumble participants via entry order:
1)The man who won`t stay down and will beat every problem to get back in the ring, The "British Bulldog" Davey Smith.
2)The man who set a record of 43 minutes and 55 seconds in the 1990 Rumble, one of the greatest heels in the history of this business, "The Million Dollar Man" the great Ted DiBiase.
3)The 23 times former Wrestling Heavyweight champion of the world, the proudest carrier of the World Wrestling title name as champion, and without any doubt the greatest combined inring and outside of it wrestler of all times! "Da Man", "The Kiss stealing, wheeling, dealing, jet flying, limousine and recently bus riding son of a gun" . The "Nature Boy" Whoo by god, Ric Flair.
4)"Nasty Boy" Jerry Saggs, who had his career ended in a messed spot executed by Scott Hall.
5)Haku, the man we know today as Meng, also appeared as King Tonga, one of the legitimately toughest guys in the business today.
6)The innovator of high flying flamboyant style to perfection with inring performance and mic skill,
one of the greatest wrestlers influencing both in his inring style and both with his out of ring attitude, the one and the only, a proud father today, "The Heart Break Kid" Shawn Michaels.
7)One of the hardest working stars in the late 70s,early 80s before he got killed with the Matador gimmick,one of the biggest influences at his prime as a Tag Team champion and the WWF IC champion. Tito"Chicko"Santana.
8)Poor Barbarian, who even though a good Bollea friend was recently released by WCW. His gimmick ran it`s course, although with a right gimmick, Bischoff could`ve had repackaged him
as a "security guard", a shame to release a guy who`s been through it all.
9)The late Kerry Von Erich, whose life was so tragic due his family deaths, and without an ankle, he was able to remain on top as one of the most popular WWF stars, let along the most popular star in Texas, jam packing the Texas Stadium in Irving, TX infront of 32,123 in the memory of his brother David to win the NWA World title from Da Man, Ric Flair.
10)Former Smash of Demolition, repackaged as the Repo Man. The man who almost got his
so much deserved push in WCW last year, but it just went away, Barry Darsow, one of the most talented performers in the 80s. Who with the right gimmick could`ve gotten over with the crowd in a minute if gotten a minute and a mic.
11)One of the best performers in the early 80s, faced almost every top champion in the business
and done it all. A legend in his own right, even though his style doesn`t match today, his persona still being used his mark remains legendary for this business, Greg"The Hammer"Valentine.
Valentine also broke DiBiase`s record from the year before as he lasted 44 minutes and 19 seconds in the 91 Rumble.
12)Nikolai Volkof was used at best as partner of the Sheik as the hated anti americans from Russia and Iran, however the gimmick was dead quickly and in 94 being brought for a final run didn`t do much as McMahon turned him heel instead give a last run push as deserved.
13)The man who came as a top dog and until this day he is a secured top dog in this business,
from battling Hulk Hogan for the WWF world title in 89 to battling the Big Show for the WWF
World title 10 years later, in 99, remains the Big Bossman in great shape, and even better one as came back to WWF after the 5 or so years stint in WCW. A true inspiration to see how he can adjust with the new style, he is Ray Traylor.
14)Hercules Fernandez, a classic big power house for the early-mid 80s who did a great job
for his gimmick and persona, however soon his gimmick was out of the window, even though he was
used in Japan in the early 90s, he was unable to work others` style.
15)A true Icon in this business, main evented the big NWA when it was on top under Flair-Race at Starrcade 83 against Greg Valentine, every match was built for the huge interest of the crowd. Involved at the first big boom of 85 at WrestleMania I, and then the boom of that boom at WrestleMania III against one of the greatest workers and inring performers for his size, the late Adrian Adonis, and then at the second big boom of the nWo as he main evented and drew fans from all over the world with his feud against Hollywood Hogan and the nWo. A true Icon,
"The Hot Rod" 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper.
16)A guy who contributed to wrestling with his persona and gimmick,worked well in his early WWF run, however in his personal life he`s nothing but a drunken SOB, Jake"The Snake"Roberts.
17)A legend, inspiration to every american and to every wrestling fan in the world. Recovered from lung cancer, over where ever he goes, no promoter can stop him, as every fan will yell Hoooooo
and USA..USA when he sees this guy. The one and only, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, I`d`ve used him as a member in the M Club, hell if Luger is there, he can`t wrestler neither, yet Duggan gets a better reaction than he is. Now also a judge on TV.
18)One of the greatest pure inring wrestlers, Mike"IRS"Rotundo.
19)The the legend himself, the one that inspired Mick Foley to kill himself and enjoy it, for his size innovating ability of high flying leaps at his time, the "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka.
20)The phenome, the man who remains on top through out his whole run in the WWF.
Made a mark for innovating moves for a man of his size and inspired other 7 footers to follow his steps, the one and only, "The Undertaker".
21)A tremendous wrestler, who main evented and sold out cards alongside Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair, in the same great status as both above, a man who played his persona to the height of a Hulk Hogan and wrestled inside the ring to the height of Ric Flair, a legend on his own right.
Was able to work great matches with both Hulk Hogan and Ricky Steamboat, he is the one
and only, the legendary, "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
22)"Berzerker", as John Nord was the one who contributed the great Hass to the wrestling world.
23)"Virgil" Mike Jones, who remains in great shape, and can also be part of WCW security or some sort of role, as he`s been through it all in this business, and it`ll be a shame to remove him from this
thing he loves so dearly.
24)The Iron Sheik, the man McMahon used for the Backlund era to transform into the Hulkamania
era, must I say, he was perfect for the job and did his job the very best as it should`ve been and was.
25)The one and only, a man who was the hottest talent when he tagged with Tony Garea and won the WWWF Tag belts in late 70s and later formed one of the hottest and best inring tag teams with Tito Santana, and later in his Model gimmick was as great and as good as any, as he could battle it out in any given style, with the best and worst of "them". A former AWA World champ, a true legend in this business, an inspiration and an innovator, both in persona and inring ability.
A last run in WCW unfortunately caused a torn ACL and later a neck injury forcing him to retire,
he is the legendary, "Model" Rick Martel.
The man who held the Rumble record for that year made in the 91 Rumble at 53 minutes and 25 seconds.
26)The man for whom I dedicated this web site, the man who made me interested in this cartoon world, later to be discovered a great art world, the man that executed McMahon`s bookings
and appealed the fans to watch him perform and jam pack the Pontiac Silverdome.
Like it or not, he is the reason you`re a wrestling fan today, he was the foundation for the big wrestling boom, something neither Sammartino nor Graham where able to do under McMahon,
when AWA maniacs and Rocky behind he was the man who lead wrestling to main stream
and is responsible for the popularity wrestling received! The one and only, the legendary,
the man who`s on top of this business from the moment he made it and will remain on top as long as he wants, "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan, Terry Bollea!
27)One of the greatest inring old style wrestlers and a teacher to many current up and coming stars
he is the great Steve Kairn, under the McMahon "genuine" Skinner gimmick, a man who later appeared at WM 9 as Doink #2.
28)A great traditional style wrestler, he was no late Adrian Adonis, but he always knew how to take bumps and for his size it was always amazing the wrestling world should be grateful to him for accepting the WM 7 US vs Iraq gimmick, a man who still remains active in the WWF offices. Srg.Slaughter.
29)The man who was supposed to be the successor of Hulk Hogan, but neither Lex Luger, nor he could fill that huge space left by the Hulkster when he wasn`t active, today neither come even close to the Hulkster, though this guy had great runs and main events and has potential for great future in this business, due limited abilities, he`ll need to work hard like he did this year to do it, this guy was at the time Sid Justice, now he returned to his NWA Sid Vicious name, the Psyched Sid Eudy.
30)The steroid M&M popping Warlord.
Hulk Hogan enters the rumble, number 26, at 51
minutes, 11 seconds into the Rumble.
This sets a record as the Nature Boy both wins the WWF World title for his first time, and sets a record for the longest lasting competitor in the Rumble, entering 3rd and surving against all odds to win after being 1 hour, 1 minute and 21 seconds in the Rumble.
Then Hogan and Justice argue as officials break
them in the ring, where should`ve been the celebration of Flair`s victory,
unlike it was done backstage.
Hulk Hogan assaults talk show host:
Actually, it was the mid 80s, right at the inception of "Rock 'n' Wrestling" and Hulk
Hogan's rise to superstardom... and assault may be too strong a word for it.... but
yeah, it happened, and the consensus is that it was very real.
In the hype surrounding WrestleMania (the original one, no roman numeral
Belzer needed stitches, and soon thereafter, he began legal proceedings.
For whatever it's worth, Belzer still plays it up... as recently as his
Article on Bollea:
Research by Justin Sulting ; source: http://www.twc-online.com/herb/TidBits/1990/ti900404.html
To millions of screaming wrestlemaniacs he's the Hulkster, the one and only Hulk Hogan.
But to the folks back home in Tampa,
Fla. he'll always be Terry Gene Bollea, the quiet kid who was more interested
In fact the folks back at Robinson
Senior High School in Interbay remember his last day at school all to well.
"He streaked the
That was in 1971 when Bollea scooted
through the stadium packed with up to 4000 students, teachers and parents.
The high school prank was a glimpse into the showman who would later become the Hulk.
In Tampa, Bollea is also remembered as a top Little League ball player
a pitcher who threw "gas" and a
batter who hit the long ball. "They had a deal at Burger King that whenever
a player hit a home
Bollea was about 12 years old then,
recalls Pitisci, and grew up much like everybody else in Interbay, a peninsula
It was an idyllic existence, with quiet tree-lined streets, parks and the ever-present Florida sun.
Bollea's family still lives in the
same modest wood-frame house he grew up in and the Hulk himself has a condo
But early on there was something different about Bollea - his size.
At age 12 he was hitting 5-foot-10
and by his teems he was 6-foot-7. The World Wrestling Federation puts his
It's no surprise, though, that Hulk Hogan should come from the high school which could be called Wrestling High USA.
The list of pro-wrestlers who graduated
the school is long: Mike Graham (Gossett), Steve Keirn, Dennis McCord (Austin
Bollea, however, wasn't interested in wrestling then and shrugged off the coach's attempts to draft him onto the school team.
At the time he played in the Varsity
Band, blowing trombone. At night his heart belonged to rock'n'roll. "They
Two years at Junior College was
followed by two more years at South Florida University and in 1975 Bollea
Instead of settling into a career,
Bollea focused on his newly acquired passion and even opened a successful
gym in Vero
But his first introduction to wrestling
under famed trainer Hiro Matsuda was painful - he broke an ankle. "No one
He worked hard and trimmed his figure
to 220 pounds and by 1977 was on the USWA circuit out of Memphis, playing
Under Jarrett, Bollea used the named
Terry Boulder and Sterling Golden. He played the villain, and worked small
In 1979 a video tape of him in action
caught the eye of Vince McMahon Sr., who re-christened Hulk Hogan. About
After a couple of runs through the
northern circuit, Hogan was kissed off as expendable. Dejected, he called
Under Gagne's expertise, Bollea
developed further and by the early 1980's he was sent on a tour of Japan,
where the Japanese
On his return, he was "stolen" by Vince McMahon Jr., who by then had taken over his dad's business.
It was McMahon - a bodybuilder himself
- who started the move to bigger and better bodies, a trend which dominates
By 1984 Hogan was firmly established
with his own legion of Hulkamaniacs and McMahon picked him to anchor the
Since then he's become an icon but
to folks like Dave Dennison, who grew up with Bollea, he hasn't changed.
"He is the nicest