"Hollywood" Hulk Hogan



Height: 6'8"

Weight: 275 lbs

Real Name: Terry Bollea

DOB: 8/11/1953

Hometown: Venice Beach, California

Other Names: Super Destroyer (Florida), Sterling Golden, Terry Boulder (Alabama), Mr. America (WWE), "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan (WCW/WWF/WWE)

Wrestler Since: 1978

Finishing Maneuver: Legdrop

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #19(2002), #59(2000), #44(1999), #53(1998), #55(1997), #8(1996), #6(1995), #2(1994), #17(1993), #12(1992), #1(1991)

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History: Terry Bollea was a bass guitar player in the '70s when he was discovered as a man with a future in the wrestling profession. He began his career under various names, trying to find something that he liked, including Terry Boulder (later copied by his nephew Horace) and Sterling Golden, which he did have a little success with, winning the NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Title for a brief period in December 1979. But he finally stuck with "Hulk" Hogan, which was created by Vince McMahon. Hulk wrestled briefly in McMahon Sr.'s WWF, before being fired due to his appearance as "Thunderlips" in the movie Rocky III. Hogan wrestled in the AWA and the IWGP, learning the tools of the trade. In May 1983, Hogan won the first IWGP Championship in a tournament which included Antonio Inoki, Andre The Giant, Big John Studd, Killer Khan, and other greats.

Hogan then moved on to the WWF with his manager, "Classy" Freddy Blassie. He was a "bad" guy for a time, usually being the loser of the matches he was in. After some seasoning, and due to his popularity that he developed in the AWA, Hogan turned into an American patriot, ready to make himself one of the greats. Hogan proved himself in the WWF by pinning the Iron Sheik in 1984 to become the WWF Heavyweight Champion. He would hold it against all comers for 4 years, feuding with guys like "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff, "Rowdy" Roddy" Piper, King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, and others. One memorable match was when Hogan teamed up with then-tv star Mr. T to fight Piper and Orndorff at the first Wrestlemania, with Muhammad Ali as the special guest referee. Hogan and Mr. T got the victory. At Wrestlemania II, Hogan battled Bundy in a bloody Steel Cage match. Even with taped ribs, Hogan won out, staying the champion.

Hogan began one of his most famous feuds in 1987, when his friend, Andre the Giant, turned on him and joined with Bobby Heenan. Andre demanded a title shot, saying that he deserved the gold. At the time, Andre had rarely been taken down, so this was a major threat to Hogan. The two brawled for the next couple of months, leading up to Wrestlemania III, where they finally met for the World Championship. In one of the most remembered wrestling moments of all time, Hogan picked up the 500+pound Giant and bodyslammed him, getting the pinfall and retaining the gold. This, however, was nowhere near the end of the Hogan/Andre feud. In the next few months, the two faced off multiple times, including Andre winning their Survivor Series match.

At the beginning of '88, Hogan faced Andre for the title again. This time, Andre had the backing of "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, who bried the referee to throw the match. After a quick 3 count, Andre apparently won the title. He then gave it to DiBiase, which eventually vacated the gold, leading up to the World Title Tournament at Wrestlemania IV. Hogan and Andre met in the first round, and fought to a Double Disqualifcation, when both used foreign objects on each other. In the finals, it was "Macho Man" Randy Savage vs. DiBiase, with Andre still helping the Million Dollar Man. But Hogan came out to even the odds, when the lovely Elizabeth, Savage's valet, asked him to, and helped Savage get the victory and the title. This was the formation of the Mega-Powers, a great tag-team that battled every heel group for the next year. During this time, Hogan had a short feud with the Big Boss Man (Traylor) and Akeem (One Man Gang), who were known as the Twin Towers. During a battle between the Twin Towers and the Mega-Powers, Elizabeth was injured. Hogan carried her to the back, while Savage continued the match. This caused Savage's jealousy of Hogan's attention towards Elizabeth to explode, and the two former partners were soon feuding.

Hogan and Savage faced off at Wrestlemania V for Savage's World Title, with Elizabeth standing in a neutral corner. In the end, Hogan "hulked up" and took down Savage with the Leg Drop, getting the WWF World Title for a second time. Hogan's fame had grown so that the craze of "Hulkamania" crossed America. He single-handedly brought the WWF into prosperous times. Hogan later teamed up with Brutus Beefcake (Disciple) as the Megamaniacs. The team was formed to combat the duo of Savage and Zeus, a monster wrestler who Hogan had 'fought' in the movie "No Holds Barred". Hogan feuded with Savage & Zeus for most of '89, always coming out on top in the end. Hogan also came out triumphant at the Royal Rumble '90, where he managed to eliminate 5 men to last until the end. One of the men he helped to eliminate, though, was the Ultimate Warrior, a wrestler he had partnered with in the past. Both the Warrior and Hogan were considered faces, and both held titles (the Warrior had the Intercontinental Title).

After a heated rivalry began between them, the two superstars met at Wrestlemania VI in a Title Unification Match. This was another tremendous battle, as many fans weren't sure who to root for. At the end, Hogan seemed to take control, but he missed the Big Leg Drop. This allowed the Warrior to get up and hit his running splash, defeating Hogan cleanly for the World Title. After the match, Hogan and the Warrior embraced, showing their mutual respect. Many called this Hogan's way of passing the torch. But Hogan wasn't done by a long shot.

For the rest of '90, Hogan mainly feuded with a massive wrestler known as the Earthquake. He teamed with another large man, Tugboat, against Earthquake and his Canadian backer, Dino Bravo, and the two groups fought many times. Hogan won one match over Earthquake by tossing him to the outside, where he couldn't get up to answer the bell. Hogan also was the sole survivor of his Survivor Series team, then went on to win the "Survivor's Elimination" match with the Ultimate Warrior.

At the '91 Royal Rumble, Hogan was considered a major favorite to win it all and earn the title shot. Hogan fortunately drew a late number, and eliminated 7 wrestlers to win for the second time in a row. This made him the #1 Contender to the World Title, which was around the waist of Sgt. Slaughter. Slaughter had turned his alligiance to Iraq, joining with Col. Mustafa and General Adnan. The two feuded for the next couple of months. At one memorable event, Slaughter blasted a fireball into Hogan's face, trying to permanently injure him. At Wrestlemania VII, Hogan came through, defeating the Sarge to gain the WWF World Title for a third time. Hogan would continue to feud with Slaughter and his entourage for the next few months, and was joined by the Ultimate Warrior. The two groups had "the Match Made In Hell" at Summerslam '91, with Sid Justice as the special referee. Hogan and the Warrior won out in the end, although there was some tension between Hogan and Justice. But Hogan had worse things to worry about, namely the coming of the Undertaker.

After an attack on the Undertaker's "show", the Funeral Parlor, a heated feud broke out between the two men. The Undertaker seemed unstoppable at the time, seemingly not feeling any pain, no matter what the Hulkster threw at him. At the Survivor Series, they finally fought for the gold. Although Hogan gave it his best, aid from Ric Flair allowed the Undertaker to tombstone Hogan on a chair, putting him out long enough for the Undertaker to pin him and take away the World Title. A week later, at a PPV event called "Tuesday In Texas", Hogan got his rematch, and managed to avoid Flair's treachery, rolling up the Undertaker to get the World Title back. Unfortunately, during the fight, WWF President Jack Tunney had been knocked out by Hogan. Tunney later reviewed the match and vacated the World Title, saying that the winner of the '92 Royal Rumble would get the belt.

Hogan fought well during the Rumble, including eliminating the Undertaker at one point. At the end of the event, Hogan, Sid Justice, and Ric Flair were the last ones in the ring. Hogan was surprisingly eliminated by Justice, who was supposedly Hogan's friend. Hogan then grabbed Justice's arm, holding him long enough for Flair to come over and toss him, allowing Flair to win the World Title. This started a short feud between Hogan and Justice, culminating at Wrestlemania VIII, where Hogan won via DQ over big Sid. After the victory, though, Hogan briefly faded from view as others took their place near the top. A year later, Hogan returned, aiding his old partner Brutus Beefcake against the attacks of Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster. The two teams fought at Wrestlemania IX, with the Tag-Team Titles that DiBiase & IRS held on the line. In the end, due to interference from Jimmy Hart, Hogan & Beefcake lost via DQ. This was soon forgotten, though, as Hogan moved back up to the top later in the night.

The main event was between Yokozuna and the WWF World Champion Bret Hart. After Mr. Fuji, Yokozuna's manager, threw salt into Hart's face, Yokozuna was able to defeat him for the title. Hogan came out to protest, telling the ref about what happened. Yokozuna in turn challenged Hogan, and the two suddenly started fighting. Within seconds, Mr. Fuji tried the salt trick again, only to hit Yokozuna by mistake. Hogan then made the pinfall, surprisingly becoming the WWF World Champion for the 5th time in his career. Hogan would hold the belt for 2 months before losing in the rematch with Yokozuna at King of the Ring '93. Soon after the defeat, Hogan left the WWF, to try his luck in WCW.

Hogan's first appearence in WCW was in June '94, with manager Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart immediately working to represent him. Hogan's impact in WCW was immediate, as he was immediately signed to face WCW World Champion Ric Flair, his old nemesis from the WWF, at Bash at the Beach '94. With Shaquille O'Neal in his corner, the Hulkster managed to defeat Flair, winning the WCW World Title for the first time. Hogan continued to feud with Flair for the next few events, eventually defeating him at Halloween Havoc '94 in a "Steel Cage Retirement" match, with Hogan's old pal Mr. T as the referee. Hogan then began fighting his former friend Brutus Beefcake, who was known as the Butcher in WCW. The Butcher joined up with Kevin Sullivan and Avalanche (formerly Earthquake) to fight Hogan and his allies, Randy Savage and Sting. Supposedly, the Butcher was angry with Hogan for always stealing the spotlight. At Starrcade '94, Hogan retained his gold, defeating the Butcher.

Hogan then started a multi-PPV feud with Vader, who was being managed by the 'retired' Ric Flair. They first fought at Superbrawl '95, where an attack from Flair gave Hogan the DQ victory. Vader and Hogan then agreed to settle things at Uncensored, in a Strap match. Flair again interfered, though, trying to stop Hogan from tagging all four corners. It didn't work, as Hogan got the victory, retaining the title. Hogan and his partner, Savage, then pleaded with WCW management to reinstate Flair, so that they could legally face him in the ring. Their wish was granted, and the "Megapowers" reformed to fight Flair and Vader at Slamboree '95. As expected, Hogan & Savage got the victory. The feud with Vader finished up at Bash at the Beach '95, where Hogan once again got the victory, hanging onto the WCW World Title. But things were coming that would put a stop to Hogan's winning streak.

Hogan began his war with the Dungeon of Doom again, brawling with Sullivan, Zodiac (Butcher), Shark (Avalanche), and Meng on various occasions. This was when the Giant (Big Show) first appeared on the scene, attacking Hogan and proclaiming that he was the son of Andre (he wasn't). The two men met at Halloween Havoc '95, first in a monster truck contest, which Hogan apparently won. They then met in the ring, in a major contest between the two. In the end, though, the match was decided by Hogan's manager, Jimmy Hart, who attacked the Giant to give him the DQ win. Hart then turned on Hogan, helping the Yeti to attack him. It was later revealed by Hart that the contract Hogan had signed (with Hart's help) turned the World Title over if there was a DQ. Therefore, the Giant was the new WCW World Champion.

The feud between the Giant and Hogan intesified when, after Sullivan threw powder into the Hulkster's face, the Giant was able to knock him out and shave off his famous mustache. Hogan soon was coming out wearing all black, and being a darker type of wrestler. The World Title was later held up, and the first World War III event was arranged to decide the new champion. Sixty men entered into 3 rings to fight it out, with Hogan lasting most of the way. Near the end, Hogan eliminated the Giant, who then pulled Hogan under the ropes. Hogan wasn't eliminated, but as he fought with the Giant, Randy Savage managed to toss out the remaining contestants, and, thus, was declared the winner and the new champion. Hogan protested, telling Savage that he was never tossed over the top rope, but the decision stood. Hogan and Savage settled their differences later on, with the two of them teaming up again to fight against the Giant and his allies in the Dungeon of Doom.

Hogan got his revenge on the Giant at SuperBrawl VI, when Hogan defeated the massive wrestler in a Steel Cage match. Hogan then teamed with Savage at Uncensored to win the Tower of Doom match, defeating Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Meng, the Barbarian, Kevin Sullivan, Ze Gansta, and the Ultimate Solution when Savage pinned Flair. Hogan then took some time off, reportedly to work on another movie. Hogan was becoming an accomplished movie star, appearing in many films, usually portraying the hero.

When Scott Hall and Kevin Nash came from the WWF to declare war on WCW and its wrestlers, a match was set up at Bash At The Beach '96. It was scheduled to be Hall and Nash, the Outsiders, vs. Sting, Lex Luger, and Randy Savage. The Outsiders were also supposed to have a third mystery partner. During the match, Luger was knocked out of the fight and carried to the back. A few minutes later, Hulk Hogan reappeared, apparently to take Luger's place against the interlopers. Instead, Hogan attacked Savage, getting the Leg Drop. The match was declared a No-Contest, but it was never in doubt who came out on top. Hogan then joined with the Outsiders, claiming that it was time for a New World Order. This was the formation of the nWo, which terrorized WCW for the next 2 years. Hogan (now calling himself "Hollywood" due to the movies he'd been in), quickly went after the Giant, who was the World Champion at that time. At Hogg Wild, with help from the Outsiders, Hogan knocked out the Giant with a loaded boot and became the World Champion for the second time. At the end of the night, Hogan truly severed all ties, when he and his cohorts decimated Brutus Beefcake, who had asked to join the nWo.

In the next few months, Hogan had multiple feuds with the top talent in WCW. He battled with Ric Flair and Randy Savage on numerous occasions, usually leading the pay-per-view fights. He also created the mystery surrounding Sting, paying off a fake Sting to aid him during a match. This caused the WCW wrestlers to lose faith in Sting, which eventually led to Sting becoming a very different wrestler. Hogan also feuded with the Giant still, after the Giant's short run in the nWo ended. It was around this time that Dennis Rodman appeared in WCW, joining with Hogan in the nWo. The famous basketball player teamed with Hogan against the Giant and Lex Luger at Bash at the Beach, but Rodman's inexperience cost Hogan the match. This earned Luger a title shot at Road Wild. However, the match couldn't wait, and on an August '96 Nitro, Luger managed to win out despite the nWo interference, taking the World Title from Hogan. This only lasted a few days, since Road Wild was right around the corner. At the PPV, Hogan got some help from Scott Hall, who was dressed as Sting. After a bat hit, Hogan got the pin and the victory, winning the World Title back.

He held the title, and the leadership of the nWo, for another couple of months, before he lost it to Sting after a long build-up between the two wrestlers. Hogan wasn't one to leave the main event status, though. A few months later, with help from some of his nWo buds, he defeated Savage to get the title for the 4th time. After holding the belt for a while, Hogan was forced by the Executive Board to face Goldberg on a Monday Nitro, and promptly lost the title. Hogan then began a major feud with Diamond Dallas Page, which culminated in various meetings of the two in PPV events with non-wrestlers, like Dennis Rodman, Karl Malone, and Jay Leno.

In August '98, one of Hogan's greatest foes, the Warrior, debuted on a Nitro. The Warrior showed that he wanted to renew their epic battles, as he continued to taunt Hogan. First, the Warrior got under Hogan's skin by kidnapping the Disciple (Hogan's most loyal follower, Beefcake), who later joined the One Warrior Nation against Hogan. The mind games with Hogan continued for some time, as Hogan began seeing the Warrior everywhere. Hogan, however, managed to come out on top at Halloween Havoc, with help from his nephew, Horace. Hogan then started a brief 'campaign', saying that, if Jesse Ventura could become a governor, Hogan could be the next President of the United States. On a November broadcast of the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Hogan came on and announced his retirement from wrestling. He told Leno that he was going to concentrate on his presidential campaign and had done all that he wanted to do in the world of wrestling.

On the first Nitro of 1999, Kevin Nash, the World Champion, was scheduled to face Bill Goldberg in a rematch, after interference from Scott Hall cost Goldberg the win. Goldberg was arrested, however, after the lovely Elizabeth claimed he had sexually harrassed her. Nash then found out that "Hollywood" Hogan had returned, and challenged him to a match, believing that Hogan was behind Goldberg's arrest. This match turned into a farce, though, as Nash fell from one tap from Hogan's finger, allowing Hogan to pin him. Hogan thus became the 5-time Heavyweight Champion of WCW. Obviously, the retirement was over.

After the free win over Nash, Hogan renewed a long-time feud with Ric Flair, the new "President" of WCW. The two met in various PPVs, with Hogan turning Flair's own son, David, against him. At Uncensored, the two were supposedly meeting for a "First Blood" match in a steel cage. But, although Hogan cut Flair first, Flair won via submission with the Figure Four leglock, winning the title from Hogan, thanks in part to Charles Robinson, the ref, being on Flair's payroll. Hogan then began to slowly return to the days of old, "hulking" up and becoming a fan favorite again. He got involved in the big 4-Way match at Spring Stampede '99 for the World Title against Flair, Sting, and Diamond Dallas Page. However, during the match, DDP put Hogan in a Figure Four around the turnbuckle, and Hogan was forced to leave the match due to injury.

In April '99, Hogan went under the knife for a knee operation, which put him on the shelf for a few months. The blame was laid on DDP's Figure Four, but many knew it was an old injury that was growing worse. With Hogan's departure, the Wolfpac simply fell apart, with Nash and Buff Bagwell becoming fan favorites, while Scott Steiner stayed a heel. The wars between various factions moved on without the Hulkster. Hogan's knee became the priority, as he slowly worked it back into wrestling shape.

On July 12th, 1999, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, who had won the World Heavyweight Title from Nash the night before, laid out a challenge to anyone for that night. Hollywood Hulk Hogan answered the call. Thanks in part to interference from Nash, Hogan won the match to become a 6-time WCW World Champ, and overall an 11-time champion. Nash's motives were later shown to be selfish, though, as he challenged Hogan for the belt at the next PPV, Road Wild. Hogan accepted. The feud between the two grew darker, as both formed factions. Hogan started teaming with Sting and Bill Goldberg, while Nash allied himself with Sid Vicious and Rick Steiner. The two factions continue to go at it every week, building up to the main event. A week before the PPV, Hogan raised the stakes even higher: he put his career on the line. He also told Nash that, if he lost in the main event (Hogan, Sting, and Goldberg vs. Nash, Sid, and Steiner), Nash's career would also be on the line. Before the match began, Hogan surprised the crowd, coming out wearing Yellow and Red with his original WCW music, showing that Hulkamania had returned. Hogan's team won in the big main event, when Sting forced Nash to submit to the Stinger Deathlock (after a chair shot to the head). This made the PPV match a Loser Leaves Town World Title Match.

At Road Wild '99, Hogan and Nash fought a spirited bout which saw Hogan kick out of the Jackknife Powerbomb. He later pinned Nash with the Leg Drop, getting the victory and retaining both his World Heavyweight Title and his career. In the next few weeks, Hogan started defending the World Title every card, facing against guys like Sid Vicious and Sting. During his match with Sting, however, Sid interfered, causing a No-Contest. This led Hogan to give his ally a rematch at the next PPV. Over the next few weeks, though, Lex Luger reappeared, showing a picture that, he said, proved that Hogan was still nWo for life, and that Sting shouldn't trust him. Hogan vehemently denied this, and asked Sting to trust him. During one Nitro, Sting, Luger, Hogan, and Bret Hart all were in a locker room, arguing, when the lights went out. When they came back on, Sting was laid out, seeding more distrust between the three individuals.

During Hogan's match with Sting at Fall Brawl '99, both Diamond Dallas Page and Lex Luger tried to interfere. Hogan managed to fight them both off, but this allowed Sting to shock the world, striking Hogan with his baseball bat and rolling him up for the pin, winning the World Title. Hogan, joined by Ric Flair and Bret Hart, began a war against Sting, Luger, and DDP, in almost a reverse of the nWo days. Hogan met Sting at Halloween Havoc '99, which was expected to be a massive war. Instead, Hogan dropped to the ground and allowed Sting to beat him, apparently rebelling against the Powers That Be. Hogan would then disappear from the main event scene for some time, disappearing from wrestling.

In the new millenium, Hogan returned to WCW, battling against the Total Package Lex Luger and the Nature Boy Ric Flair. Hogan and Luger met up at Superbrawl X, with Hogan getting the victory. He then continued on towards the other member of Team Package, Ric Flair, whom he defeated at Uncensored in a Strap Match. Hogan appeared to be heading towards the top of the WCW ladder. But in April '00, Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo returned to WCW, taking over the reins again. They immediately formed up a group of the younger wrestlers, calling them the New Blood, and opposed the more established stars in the Millionaires' Club. Hogan came to Nitro that night and learned that Bischoff, his long-time friend, had insulted him and instead backed one of the younger stars. Hogan confronted Bischoff that night, who said that he'd still be looking out for the Hulkster. But during Hogan's match against Billy Kidman, Bischoff knocked Hogan out with a chair, getting him pinned. At the end of the night, after searching for Bischoff, Hogan got into his car... which was promptly hit by the white Hummer, driven by Bischoff and Kidman. Hogan, apparently injured, left in an ambulance.

Hogan returned at Spring Stampede, searching throughout the arena until he found Bischoff and attacked his former ally. Hogan was then arrested by Russo's police squad and taken out of the building. Hogan's personality changed after Bischoff's betrayal, as he began calling himself Terry Bollea (his real name), and became a rougher individual, going as far as to throw Kidman into a large trash container, then ramming it repeatedly with Bischoff's car, the white hummer. Bollea faced Kidman at Slamboree '99, with Eric Bischoff appointing himself the referee. Hogan officially got the win by knocking out Kidman, then getting his nephew, Horace, to count to three with Bischoff's hand, since the President was unconscious. Bischoff turned the victory around the next Nitro, however, proclaiming that, clearly, Kidman got the win.

During May '00, Hogan again underwent a change, after Horace Hogan betrayed him on a card due to Tori's influence. The next week, Hogan was signed to face Horace, but told a reporter that "Hulk Hogan" won't be fighting his own flesh and blood. When Bischoff & Horace came to the ring, celebrating the fact that Hogan had given up, the nWo music hit, and "Hollywood" Hogan walked out, decked in the black 'n' white. Hogan announced that it was good to be bad again, then went after his nephew in a great brawl. "Hollywood" Hogan then signed up to face Kidman one more time, at the Great American Bash '00. If Hogan won the match, he'd get a World Title shot at the next PPV. If Kidman defeated him, Hogan's career would be ended.

At the PPV, with Horace as the special guest referee, Hogan and Kidman battled it out. Tori proved herself to be a distraction for Kidman, as did Horace, who apparently had a change of heart towards his uncle. This allowed Hogan to get in the final shots, earning the victory and the title shot. At the next Nitro, Hogan came to the arena and found out that his title shot would be that night, against Jeff Jarrett, instead of waiting for the PPV. Hogan didn't seem to mind, coming to the ring and fighting Jarrett with all he had. Hogan landed the legdrop, but before he could get the pin, Bill Goldberg interfered, stopping the match. Goldberg, who had gone heel as the Hired Gun of Bischoff & Russo the night before, beat on Hogan, then Jackhammered him through a table.

Hogan was on the sidelines for the next few weeks, although he was still scheduled in the main event at Bash at the Beach '00 against the World Champion Jarrett. At the event, Hogan finally reappeared, ready for his title fight. However, Jarrett surprisingly laid down for him, signaling Hogan to pin him. Vince Russo then came out and gave Hogan the WCW Title. Hogan made the pin, then walked out, angry at what had just happened. Russo later did a shoot interview, claiming that the old WCW World Title was now known as the Hulk Hogan Memorial Title, and no longer counted for anything. There was then a new WCW World Title fought for that night by Booker T and Jarrett.

It is still unclear whether the actions at Bash at the Beach '00 were done as an angle, or if it really happened. Hogan has not been seen in WCW since, as he left the company behind. It is doubtful that Hogan will ever be seen in either WCW or the WWF again, making a very strange ending to such a glorious wrestling career. Not one person can argue that Hogan became one of the main forces in wrestling for decades, taking wrestling to a new high. Hulkamania continues in the hearts of his fans, who probably still remember to eat their vitamins and say their prayers. Hogan created one of the greatest babyfaces and one of the worst heels to hit wrestling, and he will always be remembered for his contribution to the sport.

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Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (97 - 41, 3 NCs, 2 DCOs, 1 DDQ)
- Mid-South Superdome Extravaganza '80 (August 2, '80) = Hogan was defeated by Andre the Giant.
- WWF Showdown at Shea '80 (August 9, '80) = Hogan was beaten by Andre the Giant.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (November 3, '80) = Hogan & Stan Hansen won over Willem Ruska & Bad News Allen.
- NJPW 1st Annual MSG Tag League (November 21 - December 10, '80) = Hogan and Stan Hansen lost in the Finals to Antonio Inoki and Bob Backlund.
- NJPW 4th Annual MSG League (May 8 - June 4, '81) = Hogan competed in the League, which was won by Antonio Inoki.
- NJPW 3rd Annual MSG Tag League (November 19 - December 10, '82) = Hogan and Antonio Inoki won the League, defeating Tiger Toguchi and Killer Khan in the Grand Final.
- AWA Super Sunday (April '83) = Hogan lost, via DQ, to AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkle.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (June 2, '83) = Hogan won the IWGP Tournament, defeating Antonio Inoki.
- NWA Missouri Title Tournament (July '83) = Hogan defeated Kortsia Korchenko, then fought to a Double Countout with Jerry Blackwell. Ric Flair won the tournament.
- NJPW 4th Annual MSG Tag League (November 18 - December 8, '83) = Hogan and Antonio Inoki won the League, winning over Adrion Adonis and Dick Murdoch in the Grand Final.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February '84) = Hogan & Mike Sharpe defeated Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (June '84) = Hogan and Antonio Inoki fought to a Double Count Out. Hogan retained the IWGP Championship.
- WWF War To Settle The Score (February '85) = Hogan stayed the WWF World Champion by winning, via DQ, over "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.
- WWF Wrestlemania I ('85) = Hogan and Mr. T defeated "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff. Muhammad Ali was the special referee.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #1 (May '85) = Hogan defended the WWF World Title by defeating Bob Orton.
- WWF "Ohio State Fair Show" '85 = Hogan retained the WWF World Title after defeating Big John Studd.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #2 (October '85) Hogan stayed the WWF World Champ by winning a "Flag" Match over Nikolia Volkoff.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #3 (November '85) = Hogan and Andre the Giant won, via DQ, over Big John Studd and King Kong Bundy.
- WWF Wrestling Classic (November '85) = Hogan retained the WWF World Title by winning, via DQ, over "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #4 (January '86) = Hogan again defended the WWF World Title by defeating Terry Funk.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #5 (February '86) = Hogan, the WWF World Champ, won, via DQ, over Don "The Rock" Muraco.
- WWF Wrestlemania II ('86) = Hogan retained the WWF World Title by winning a "Steel Cage" Match over King Kong Bundy.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #6 (May '86) = Hogan and the Junkyard Dog defeated the Funks.
- WWF "The Big Event" (August '86) = Hogan retained the WWF World Title by winning, via DQ, over "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #7 (September '86) = Hogan stayed the WWF World Champ by winning, via DQ, over "Mr Wonderful" Paul Orndorff.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #8 (November '86) = Hogan retained the WWF World Title by defeating Hercules Hernandez.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #9 (December '86) = Hogan defended the WWF World Belt by winning a "Steel Cage" Match over "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #10 (February '87) = Hogan competed in a "Battle Royale", which was won by Hercules.
- WWF Wrestlemania III ('87) = Hogan stayed the WWF World Champion by pinning Andre the Giant.
- WWF "Paul Boesch Retirement Show" (August '87) = Hogan defended the WWF World Title yet again, defeating One Man Gang.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #12 (September '87) = Hogan retained the WWF World Title by defeating Sika.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #13 (November 11, '87) = Hogan lost, via countout, to King Kong Bundy, but retained the WWF World Title.
- WWF Survivor Series '87 = Hogan, Bam Bam Bigelow, Ken Patera, Don "The Rock" Muraco and Paul Orndorff fought in an "Elimination" Match against Andre the Giant, King Kong Bundy, One Man Bundy, Butch Reed and "Ravishing" Rick Rude. Hogan was counted out. Andre the Giant was the "survivor".
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #14 (December '87) = Hogan stayed the WWF World Champ by defeating King Kong Bundy.
- WWF Main Event I (February '88) = Hogan lost the WWF World Title to Andre the Giant.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #15 (March '88) = Hogan defeated "King" Harley Race.
- WWF Wrestlemania IV ('88) = Hogan and Andre the Giant fought to a Double Disqualification.
- WWF Wrestlefest '88 = Hogan won a "Steel Cage" Match over Andre the Giant.
- WWF Summerslam '88 = The Mega Powers (Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage) defeated Andre the Giant and Ted DiBiase. Jesse Ventura was the special referee.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #17 (October '88) = Hogan defeated Haku.
- WWF Survivor Series '88 = The Mega Powers, Koko B. Ware, Hercules and Hillbilly Jim fought in an "Elimination" Match against Ted DiBiase, Haku, the Red Rooster and the Twin Towers. Hogan and Savage were the "survivors".
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #19 (December '88) Hogan won, via DQ, over Akeem.
- WWF Royal Rumble '89 = Hogan competed in the "Royal Rumble", which was won by Big John Studd.
- WWF Main Event II (February 3rd, '89) = The Mega Powers defeated the Twin Towers.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #20 (February 16, '89) = Hogan defeated Bad News Brown.
- WWF Wrestlemania V ('89) = Hogan won the WWF World Title from "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #21 (April '89) = Hogan retained the WWF World Title by winning a "Steel Cage" Match over the Big Boss Man.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #22 (July '89) = Hogan stayed the WWF World Champ by pinning the Honkytonk Man.
- WWF Summerslam '89 = Hogan and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake won over "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Zeus.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #23 (September '89) = Hogan again successfully defended the WWF World Title, this time defeating Ted DiBiase.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #24 (October '89) = Hogan lost, via countout, to "The Genius". Hogan stayed the WWF World Champ.
- WWF Survivor Series '89 = Hogan, Jake "The Snake" Roberts and Demolition fought in an "Elimination" Match against Ted DiBiase, Zeus and The Powers of Pain. Hogan was the "survivor".
- WWF No Holds Barred (December '89) = Hogan and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake won a "Steel Cage" Match over Zeus and the "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #25 (January '90) = Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior defeated The Genius and Mr. Perfect.
- WWF Royal Rumble '90 = Hogan won the "Royal Rumble".
- WWF Main Event III (February '90) = Hogan stayed the WWF World Champ, beating the "Macho King" Randy Savage. Buster Douglas was the special referee.
- WWF Wrestlemania VI ('90) = Hogan lost the WWF World Title to the Ultimate Warrior.
- AJPW US/Japan Wrestling Summit (April 13, '90) = Hogan pinned Stan Hansen.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #26 (April 23, '90) = Hogan beat Mr. Perfect.
- WWF Summerslam '90 = Hogan defeated Earthquake via Countout.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #28 (September '90) = Hogan and Tugboat won, via DQ, over Rhythm & Blues.
- WWF Survivor Series '90 = Hogan, Tugboat, the Big Boss Man and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan fought in an "Elimination" Match against Earthquake, Dino Bravo, Haku and the Barbarian. Hogan is the sole "survivor". Later in the night, Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior won the "Survivors' Elimination" Match.
- WWF Royal Rumble '91 = Hogan won the "Royal Rumble".
- WWF Main Event V (January '91) = Hogan and Tugboat won over Dino Bravo and the Earthquake.
- WWF Wrestlemania VII ('91) = Hogan defeated Sergeant Slaughter to win the WWF World Title for a third time.
- SWS Wrestlefest (March '91) = Hogan and Genichiro Tenryu lost, via count out, to the Legion of Doom.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #29 (April '91) = Hogan competed in a "Battle Royale", which was won by Mr. Perfect.
- WWF Summerslam '91 = Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior defeated Sergeant Slaughter, General Adnan and Col. Mustafa. Sid Justice was the special referee.
- WWF Survivor Series '91 = Hogan lost the WWF World Title to the Undertaker.
- SWS Super Wrestle (December '91) = Hogan defeated Genichiro Ryu.
- WWF Tuesday In Texas (December '91) = Hogan regained the WWF World Title from the Undertaker (was later vacated).
- WWF Royal Rumble '92 = Hogan competed in the "Royal Rumble", which was won by Ric Flair.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #30 (January '92) = Hogan and Sid Justice won, via DQ, over Ric Flair and the Undertaker.
- WWF Wrestlemania VIII ('92) = Hogan won, via DQ, over Sid Justice.
- WWF Wrestlemania IX ('93) = Hogan and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake lost, via DQ, to then-WWF Tag Champions Money, Inc. Later in the night, Hogan won the WWF World Title from Yokozuna.
- NJPW Wrestling Dontaku '93 = Hogan retained the WWF World Belt, pinning Keiji Mutoh.
- WWF King of the Ring '93 = Hogan lost the WWF World Title to Yokozuna.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '94 (Battlefield) = Hogan pinned Tatsumi Fujinami.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '94 = Hogan defeated Ric Flair to win the WCW World Heavyweight Title.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXVIII (August '94) = Hogan lost, via count-out, to Ric Flair, but retained the WCW World Title.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '94 = Hogan won a "Steel Cage Retirement" Match over Ric Flair. Hogan retained the WCW World Title. Mr. T was the special referee.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXIX (November '94) = Hogan, Sting, and Dave Sullivan defeated Avalanche, Kevin Sullivan and the Butcher. Mr. T was the special referee.
- WCW Starrcade '94 = Hogan stayed the WCW World Champion by defeating the Butcher.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXX (January '95) = Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated Kevin Sullivan and the Butcher.
- WCW Superbrawl V ('95) = Hogan defended the WCW World Title via DQ over Vader.
- WCW Uncensored '95 = Hogan beat Vader in a "Leather Strap" Match.
- WCW Slamboree '95 = Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair and Vader.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '95 = Hogan defeated Big Van Vader in a "Steel Cage" Match.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXI (August '95) = Hogan won, via DQ, over Kamala in a dark match.
- WCW Fall Brawl '95 = In a War Games Match, Hogan, with Sting, Lex Luger, and "Macho Man" Randy Savage, defeated Kamala, Zodiac, Meng, and Shark.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '95 = Hogan lost via DQ to the Giant. Due to a contract clause, he lost the WCW World Title.
- WCW World War III '95 = Hogan competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXII (January '96) = Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage lost to Ric Flair and the Giant.
- WCW Superbrawl VI ('96) = Hogan defeated the Giant in a Steel Cage Match.
- WCW Uncensored '96 = Hulk Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage won the "Tower of Doom" Match, where they had to face Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Meng, The Barbarian, Lex Luger, Kevin Sullivan, Ze Gansta, and The Ultimate Solution.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '96 = Hogan joined the Outsiders against Sting, Lex Luger, and "Macho Man" Randy Savage. The match was a No-Contest. The nWo was formed.
- WCW Hogg Wild '96 = "Hollywood" Hogan defeated The Giant for the WCW World Title.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXIII (August '96) = Hollywood lost, via DQ, to Ric Flair. He retained the WCW World Title.
- WCW Fall Brawl '96 = "Hollywood" Hogan, with Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and the nWo Sting, won a War Games match over Lex Luger, Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, and Sting.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '96 = Hollywood Hogan stayed the WCW World Champion by defeating "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
- WCW Starrcade '96 = Hollywood was put to sleep by "Rowdy" Roddy Piper in a non-title match.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '97 = A No-Contest between Hogan and the Giant in a WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match; Hogan retained the title.
- WCW Superbrawl VII ('97) = Hollywood Hogan retained the WCW World Title by defeating "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.
- WCW Uncensored '97 = Hogan teamed with "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall to form Team nWo, who faced Team WCW (Lex Luger, The Giant, and Scott Steiner) and Team Piper ("Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Chris Benoit, Steve McMichael, and Jeff Jarrett). Hogan was the sole surviver.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '97 = Hogan and Dennis Rodman lost to Lex Luger and the Giant.
- WCW Road Wild '97 = Hogan defeated Lex Luger to win back the WCW World Title.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '97 = Hogan lost a Steel Cage Match to "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.
- WCW World War III '97 = Hogan appeared at the end of the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Scott Hall.
- WCW Starrcade '97 = Hogan was forced to submit by Sting, losing the WCW World Title (later vacated due to this match).
- WCW Boston Brawl (January '98) = Hogan was defeated by Sting in a "Steel Cage" Match.
- WCW Superbrawl VIII ('98) = Hollywood lost to Sting in the match for the vacated WCW World Title.
- WCW Uncensored '98 = Hogan and Randy Savage fought in a Steel Cage Match, which because of nWo involvement, ended in a No-Contest.
- WCW Spring Stampede '98 = Hogan and Kevin Nash won a "Bat" Match over "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and the Giant.
- WCW Great American Bash '98 = Hogan and Bret Hart defeated "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '98 = Hogan and Dennis Rodman won over Diamond Dallas Page and Karl Malone.
- WCW Road Wild '98 = Hollywood and Eric Bischoff lost to Diamond Dallas Page and Jay Leno.
- WCW Fall Brawl '98 = Hogan was involved in the War Games match along with Stevie Ray, Bret Hart, Diamond Dallas Page, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, the Warrior, Kevin Nash, Sting, and Lex Luger. DDP was the winner.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '98 = Hogan, with assistance from Horace Hogan, defeated the Warrior.
- WCW Superbrawl IX ('99) = Hogan, after David Flair betrayed his father and zapped him with a taser, defeated Ric Flair to retain the WCW World Title.
- WCW Uncensored '99 = In a First Blood Cage Match, Hogan made Ric Flair bleed first, but the referee ignored the injury, eventually giving Flair the submission victory (and the World Title) with the Figure Four.
- WCW Spring Stampede '99 = Hogan competed in the 4-Way World Title Match against Ric Flair, Diamond Dallas Page, and Sting, but was forced to leave the match midway with a knee injury. DDP won the World Title.
- WCW Road Wild '99 = Hogan defeated Kevin Nash to retain the World Heavyweight Title, as well as to 'end' Nash's career.
- WCW Fall Brawl '99 = Hogan lost the Heavyweight Title to Sting, after interference from DDP, Luger, and Sting's bat shot.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '99 = Hogan allowed himself to be pinned by WCW World Champ Sting.
- WCW Superbrawl X ('00) = Hogan defeated the Total Package Lex Luger.
- WCW Uncensored '00 = Hogan won a "Strap" Match over Ric Flair.
- WCW Slamboree '00 = Hogan beat Billy Kidman, with Eric Bischoff as the special referee.
- WCW Great American Bash '00 = Hogan again won over Billy Kidman, with Horace Hogan as the referee.
- WCW Bash at the Beach '00 = Hogan pinned Jarrett to win the 'old' World Title.
- WWF Wrestlemania X-8 ('02) = Hogan was beaten by the Rock.
- WWE Backlash '02 = Hogan defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley for the WWF World Heavyweight Title.
- WWE Judgment Day '02 = Hogan lost the WWF Heavyweight Title to the Undertaker.
- WWE King of the Ring '02 = Hogan was forced to submit to Kurt Angle.
- WWE Vengence '02 (July) = Hogan & Edge lost the Tag-Team Titles to Lance Storm & Christian.
- WWE No Way Out '03 = Hogan was pinned by the Rock.
- WWE Wrestlemania X-9 (March 30, '03) = Hogan won a "Street Fight" Match over Vince McMahon.
- WWE Judgment Day '03 = Mr. America defeated Roddy Piper.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome (October 13, '03) = Hogan beat Masa Chono.
- WWE Backlash '05 (May 1) = Hogan & Shawn Michaels took down Muhammad Hassan & Daivari.
- WWE Summerslam '05 (August 21, '05) = Hogan defeated Shawn Michaels.
- WWE Summerslam '06 (August 20) = Hogan won over Randy Orton.
- TNA Lockdown '10 (April 19) = Team Hogan (Jeff Hardy, Jeff Jarrett, Rob Van Dam, & Abyss) won a "Lethal Lockdown" Match over Team Flair (Desmond Wolfe, Sting, & Beer Money). Neither Hogan nor Flair officially wrestled in the match.
- TNA Bound For Glory 11 (October 16) = Hogan was beaten by Sting.

Title Summary:
- NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Champion (12/1979 - 1/1980)
- IWGP Championship (5/83)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion (1/23/1984 - 2/05/1988)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion(2) (4/2/1989 - 4/01/1990)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion(3) (3/24/1991 - 11/27/1991)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion(4) (12/03/1991 - 12/04/1991)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion(5) (4/04/1993 - 6/13/1993)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion (7/17/1994 - 10/29/1995)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(2) (8/10/1996 - 8/04/1997)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(3) (8/09/1997 - 12/28/1997)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(4) (4/20/1998 - 7/06/1998)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(5) (1/04/1998 - 3/14/1999)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(6) (7/12/1999 - 9/12/1999)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion(6) (4/21/2002 - 5/19/2002)
- WWE World Tag-Team Champion w/ Edge (7/02/2002 - 7/21/2002)

PWI Achievement Awards: (18 wins, 21 1st RUs, 11 2nd RUs, 10 3rd RUs)
- 1980 Most Hated Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up
- 1980 Match of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Andre the Giant)
- 1982 Most Popular Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up
- 1982 Wrestler of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up
- 1983 Most Inspirational Wrestler
- 1984 Most Popular Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1984 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. *unknown*)
- 1984 Wrestler of the Year, 1st Runner-Up
- 1985 Most Popular Wrestler
- 1985 Match of the Year (Hogan & Mr. T vs. Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff)
- 1985 Wrestler of the Year, 1st Runner-Up
- 1986 Most Popular Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1986 Feud of the Year (Hogan vs. Paul Orndorff)
- 1986 Match of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Paul Orndorff)
- 1986 Wrestler of the Year, 1st Runner-Up
- 1987 Most Popular Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1987 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Andre the Giant)
- 1987 Wrestler of the Year
- 1988 Most Popular Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1988 Feud of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Hogan & Randy Savage vs. Ted DiBiase & Andre the Giant)
- 1988 Match of the Year (Hogan vs. Andre the Giant)
- 1989 Most Popular Wrestler
- 1989 Feud of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Randy Savage)
- 1989 Match of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Randy Savage)
- 1989 Wrestler of the Year, 1st Runner-Up
- 1990 Most Inspirational Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1990 Most Popular Wrestler
- 1990 Feud of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Earthquake)
- 1990 Match of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Royal Rumble)
- 1990 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Earthquake)
- 1990 Match of the Year (Hogan vs. the Ultimate Warrior)
- 1990 Wrestler of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up
- 1991 Most Popular Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1991 Feud of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Sgt. Slaughter)
- 1991 Wrestler of the Year
- 1992 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Royal Rumble)
- 1994 Comeback of the Year
- 1994 Most Popular Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up
- 1994 Feud of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Ric Flair)
- 1994 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Ric Flair)
- 1994 Wrestler of the Year
- 1995 Most Popular Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up
- 1995 Wrestler of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up
- 1996 Most Hated Wrestler
- 1996 Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame Inductee
- 1997 Most Hated Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 1997 Feud of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hollywood Hogan vs. Roddy Piper)
- 1998 Most Hated Wrestler
- 1998 Feud of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (nWo Hollywood vs. nWo Wolfpac)
- 1998 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hollywood Hogan vs. Bill Goldberg)
- 1999 Most Inspirational Wrestler
- 1999 Feud of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Ric Flair)
- 2002 Match of the Year (Hogan vs. the Rock)
- 2002 Most Popular Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 2002 Most Inspirational Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 2002 Comeback of the Year
- 2003 Feud of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Vince McMahon)
- 2005 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Hogan vs. Shawn Michaels)
- 2005 Comeback of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up
- 2010 Most Hated Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up (Hogan & Eric Bischoff)