According to the National Enquirer, Page Six, and Perez Hilton, it looks like it's a possibility.
Naturally, since this is a wrestler we're talking about (and a wrestler with a reality TV show, to boot), lots of people outside of this community are going to find this amusing. I, for one, am not one of those people. I do find it odd that Brooke Hogan was involved in the alleged consulting with the divorce attorney. Is that sort of thing normal?
Speaking of bastions of respected journalism, Melzter had previously said, a couple weeks ago, the Hogans were going to hint at a divorce in the Enquirer. So either Dave's psychic or perhaps this is a attention getting angle.
For what it's worth, Bubba the Love Sponge, on Sirius radio, has been talking about how unhappy Hulk is for the past several months, ever since he moved from Tampa to Miami. He's been crying divorce for months now, and when Hogan calls into the show, he sounds miserable.
Originally posted by Roy.For what it's worth, Bubba the Love Sponge, on Sirius radio, has been talking about how unhappy Hulk is for the past several months, ever since he moved from Tampa to Miami. He's been crying divorce for months now, and when Hogan calls into the show, he sounds miserable.
This is true, but I kinda get the feeling that Hogan was playing that up on Bubba's show. To work us marks into a shoot, or something like that.
It's all a storyline for the reality show (not that those things don't sometimes blend over into real life). People don't generally talk about how much their marriage sucks on radio shows and TV.
If it did happen, would be pretty sad. It's actually pretty amazing that, in the wrestling industry, Hogan has been married to the same woman for, what, two decades now? Not many top level guys can say that. I think Piper, Terry Funk, a few others are also among that group.
LoL Kilborn, Nowinski, singer from Queens of the Stoneage. All look the same to me, Nowinski is a good wrestler, at times he falls under the "not big enough to be considered a power wrestler. Not small enough to be considered a speedster".