Former WCW President Eric Bischoff recently spoke out about the true character of wrestling icon Hulk Hogan.
Shedding light on his character behind the scenes. In an interview with Wrestling Shoot Interviews, Bischoff revealed that Hogan is a genuinely kind and compassionate person, contrary to the negative portrayal by the media.
Bischoff emphasised that Hogan is one of the kindest, most generous, and caring individuals he has ever known. He recounted numerous instances where Hogan’s true character shone through, describing how Hogan would always make an effort to make others feel good, even if it meant momentarily interrupting an important discussion.
There’s a narrative about who Hulk Hogan is, and it’s the farthest thing from the truth. Hulk is one of the kindest, most generous, and caring individuals. When I see somebody like Hulk Hogan in the middle of a meal, while he’s engaged in an important conversation and somebody comes up to him and I’ve seen this a million times, ‘Hey Hulk, I hate to interrupt, but’ and Hulk over the decades that I’ve worked with him I’ve never seen him do anything other than make that person feel good. That doesn’t benefit Hulk but he cares.
These revelations challenge preconceived notions about Hogan and highlight his genuine concern for others. Hogan’s reputation has been marred by controversies and scandals over the years, but Bischoff’s account offers a new perspective on the wrestling legend.
Who Does Hulk Hogan Think Is A Kind Person?
Hulk Hogan spoke about his time in TNA and said Dixie Carter was a very kind and caring person. He spoke about how while he was with TNA he was receiving multiple surgeries on a regular basis but Carter still paid Hogan every week despite him not working consistently for the company.
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