I wanted to put this in the original Hulkamania Australian Tour thread but that's all sealed up.
Hogan is back to hilarious form. "Self-porkclaimed?" "14 time World Champion?" (Is Hogan not counting the couple of World Titles credited to Flair that happened outside of the US?) And WHY does Hogan want to live in Flair's house?
And is it me or is Hogan juicing? His face is looking a little puffy.
Hogan Rules. HAW! People have been sucking the Rock's dick (struuudle) for that lame shit he pulled on Smackdown 10K. Not even close... and Austin was great, too. Heyman was gold, but nothing, and the ROCK MEANS - heh - is better than a Hulk promo
Even Flair - although, his response to the Hulkster will be - a parody. So what. The match will be *****, if that's what you want it to be. Hogan even went mini-shoot re: being broke. I'm there
Demonstrations are a drag. Besides, we're much too high
"Learn to love yourself... for it is the greatest love of all" - Jeremy Borash 11:24 AM May 13th,2009
Originally posted by Matt TrackerDid the WWF/E not copyright that logo way back when? That's all I'm inspired to consider when I watch the video.
In all actuality, that made me like the promo. And I'm not what you would a fan of Hulk. But I like him cutting the promo with the logo in the background because it reminded me of the promos I used to see the WWF wrestlers do back in the late 80's/ early 90's on Superstars. Those bits were fun to watch because it seem more personalized when they had their own wall to call out others from. Not like today, where it looks lame in comparsion because they have to be interviewed by the same guy in front of the same scene, like on RAW with Josh Matthews or Todd Grisham, I think.
Oh, and I'm surprised no one pointed out the ending, where Hogan acts like he's backing up his motorcycle. WTF was that all about?
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
One of TNA's specialties is putting on shows with lots of great stuff, but the main event is so frustrating and confusing that you're left feeling let down after it's over. This was one of those shows.