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#1 Posted on
I just felt like starting this thread in celebration of the Hulkster's 50th B-Day. This thread has probably been done before, but, eh.

My fav Hogan moment would have to be when he shocked the world by joining the NWO with Nash and Hall.

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#2 Posted on
June 13th 1993, when Yoko Bonzied him into a pancake, and ended the Hogan era in the WWF.

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I think back to that magical night on Nitro in the Spring of '96 when in a tag team match with the Bootie Man, Hogan took a spike piledriver on the floor from Flair and Anderson, thus causing him to be stretchered out of the building and off of TV for over two months. Unfortunately, Bash at the Beach occurred, thus ending hope that the Horsemen had killed Hulkamania.

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#4 Posted on
His return on Smackdown, and the 10 straight minutes of cheers that followed while he looked like he was doing his best to fight back tears

Just amazing stuff

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#5 Posted on
Easily, WrestleMania X8. If I hadn't been in the building for that one I'd definitely say the NWO heel turn in '96 was my biggest Hogan mark-out moment, but the energy in the Dome for that half hour or so was unbeatable.

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When his retirement of Ric Flair served as a backdrop to introduce Ed Leslie and lead to Starrcade 94 of Hogan vs The Butcher. Long live The Huckster!

Since: 8.5.02
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#7 Posted on
My favorite is still the first time I saw Hogan... when he beat the Iron Shiek for the Strap at MSG.

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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.65

    Originally posted by Malfunkshon
    I just felt like starting this thread in celebration of the Hulkster's 50th B-Day.
Welcome to the board.

I *really* hate "Favourite <x>" threads, though.


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#9 Posted on
I really liked the time when Randy Savage was getting his ass handed to him on Saturday Night's Main Event and Miss Elizabeth ran to the dressing room and returns dragging by the hand a confused looking Hogan. He stops at the curtain, looks at what's happening in the ring, his eyes grow huge, and he runs to the ring to clean house.

Honorable mention has to be on NBC's prime time main event, when Hogan discovers the the twin Hebner refs and has each one by the collar, turning to one, than the other, than one again.
Great stunt.

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#10 Posted on
My favorite Hulk Hogan moment has to be Wrestlemania III when he slammed Andre then hit the legdrop for the pin. I think I still have partial deafness from the Silverdome crowd's volume.
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#11 Posted on
No Way Out 2002 in Milwaukee...Hogan, Hall and Nash strut into the Bradley Center to the beautiful strains of "Theme from nWo." I marked out {Mike Myers as Dieter from Sprockets} like a little girl {/Myers}. of the old-school stand-alone promos he cut leading up to SummerSlam 1990. Hogan starts off all quiet, talking about "guys like The Earthquake"...and finally gets all intense: "Hell no, I'm not retiring!" before the standard "Whatcha gonna do" schpiel. Awesome it was.

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Hogan/Rock at Wrestlemania.

I have been following wrestling since the early 80's, but when Hogan and Rock had those staredowns, and as they gazed out into the crowd as if even they were amazed at the response that they were getting, it just made the hair on my arms stand straight up.

I have never seen a roomfull of people screaming and hanging on the edge of their seat like I did during that match.

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#13 Posted on
Hogan beating Slaughter at WM7 for the belt. I just got into wrestling and thought Slaughter was really a traitor. I was hoping Hogan beat the shit out of him for the belt and it happen.

Hogan turns heel and forms New World Order. That was great booking. It surprised watching Hogan going to bad guy and rip on the fans. It was one of those moments I never thought it would ever happen.

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#14 Posted on
Rock/Hogan. It was INSANITY.

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#15 Posted on
Hogan returns the night after Bash at the Beach 99' to Nitro in Jacksonville to beat Macho Man for the belt. Being there live for that was the single best wrestling experience I've ever had.

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#16 Posted on
Slammin' the giant. I see an image of that everytime I close my eyes. Must have been infuckincredible to be live for that baby.

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#17 Posted on
Favourite pro-hogan moments.

Dropping the leg on the iron sheik and winning his first wwf title.
WM3 slamming and pinning the unslammable and unpinnable giant.
Beating the sarge at WM7.
The classy way he passed the torch to warrior (albeit temporarily) at WM6.
The greatest heel turn ever when he joined the NWO.

Favourite anti-hogan moments both come from his match against sid at WM8.
First was watching the worst ever selling effort after sid's powerbomb and his "convulsions" - it still makes me laugh hysterically today.
Second was later in that match seeing sid kick out of the hogan legdrop as papa shango messed up the run in. First time ever anyone kicked out of the legdrop and shocked the pants off me.

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#18 Posted on
His being humiliated by Vince Russo at Bash at the Beach. Even though I am a child of the Eighties, I've never liked Hogan.
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