Hulk Hogan’s rep assured concerned fans that he isn’t doing as badly as initially reported.
A few days ago, Kurt Angle spoke about Hogan and made concerning comments that Hulk Hogan “couldn’t feel anything in his lower body”. These comments stemmed from Hogan having yet another back surgery. Years of hitting the mat tailbone-first with his leg drop has caused him to suffer immense long-term damage post-retirement.
Even though Angle made a lengthy comment explaining what happened to Hogan, there was still enough concern that people reached out to Hogan or those close to him to see how he was really doing.
But now, one of Hogan’s reps sent a statement to Entertainment Tonight explaining that Hulk Hogan is actually “doing just fine.”
“Everything is OK with him. Hulk is someone with a lot of humor.”
Hogan’s rep further confirmed that Hogan is indeed able to walk but needs a cane to do so.
Hulk Hogan’s last televised match was at TNA Bound For Glory 2011, in which he lost to Sting. After that match, he took part in two non-televised match in the United Kingdom.
In those final two matches, Hogan teamed with James Storm and Sting and together they defeated the trio of Bobby Roode, Bully Ray, and Kurt Angle.