>I TOLD SHIBATA NOT TO USE THE HEADBUTT, BROTHER.

>I TOLD SHIBATA NOT TO USE THE HEADBUTT, BROTHER. I TOLD HIM "IT'S TOO DANGEROUS, JACK."

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I enjoyed his Nelk Boys interview TBF because he asked them why they knew NOTHING about Wrestling but were interviewing him...

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I told Nash to call a cab instead of taking a shortcut down that precarious alley. It's just not safe brother

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >THEY TOOK HIS BRAIN OUT AND PUT IT BACK IN, JACK.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Hulkster isn't lying.

      >from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter
      Katsuyori Shibata suffered a subdural hematoma, a burst blood vessel, pooling of blood in the brain, and swelling of the brain after a brutal headbutt during a match in 2017. He underwent emergency surgery for a traumatic brain injury in which doctors at the University of Tokyo Hospital removed his brain in a procedure known as a cerebrectomy. Shibata was hospitalized for several months afterward but was able to make a full recovery.

      A cerebrectomy is a very rare and complex surgery that is only done in a few specialized centers around the world for patients who have no other options. It is often performed as an emergency procedure when the patient’s condition is critical and other treatments have failed to lower the pressure. By removing the patient's brain, the surgeon can access the bleeding site and perform any necessary procedures to stop the bleeding or remove the excess fluid.

      The procedure of a cerebrectomy is done under general anesthesia and may take several hours. The surgeon makes an incision in the scalp and removes the parietal bone from the skull to expose the brain. The surgeon then carefully removes other portions of the cranium as necessary and disconnects the brain from the rest of the body. The removed brain is usually stored in a freezer until it can be reattached in a later surgery, called a cerebroplasty.

      A cerebrectomy can reduce the risk of permanent brain damage or death from brain bleeding, but it also has some risks and complications, such as infection, bleeding, seizures, or cosmetic deformity. Some of the possible impairments include loss of vision, speech, memory, movement, or changes in personality, behavior, or emotions. However, Shibata has made a full recovery, and the procedure of a cerebrectomy was responsible for saving his life.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Hulkster isn't lying.

      >from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter
      Katsuyori Shibata suffered a subdural hematoma, a burst blood vessel, pooling of blood in the brain, and swelling of the brain after a brutal headbutt during a match in 2017. He underwent emergency surgery for a traumatic brain injury in which doctors at the University of Tokyo Hospital removed his brain in a procedure known as a cerebrectomy. Shibata was hospitalized for several months afterward but was able to make a full recovery.

      A cerebrectomy is a very rare and complex surgery that is only done in a few specialized centers around the world for patients who have no other options. It is often performed as an emergency procedure when the patient’s condition is critical and other treatments have failed to lower the pressure. By removing the patient's brain, the surgeon can access the bleeding site and perform any necessary procedures to stop the bleeding or remove the excess fluid.

      The procedure of a cerebrectomy is done under general anesthesia and may take several hours. The surgeon makes an incision in the scalp and removes the parietal bone from the skull to expose the brain. The surgeon then carefully removes other portions of the cranium as necessary and disconnects the brain from the rest of the body. The removed brain is usually stored in a freezer until it can be reattached in a later surgery, called a cerebroplasty.

      A cerebrectomy can reduce the risk of permanent brain damage or death from brain bleeding, but it also has some risks and complications, such as infection, bleeding, seizures, or cosmetic deformity. Some of the possible impairments include loss of vision, speech, memory, movement, or changes in personality, behavior, or emotions. However, Shibata has made a full recovery, and the procedure of a cerebrectomy was responsible for saving his life.

      Just watched this match with my bud. Holy shit that was brutal. I wish I was watching NJPW back then.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I've been on a Shibata streak this weekend. Be sure to catch him vs Akiyama. It's on YouTube.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I found Parker Boudreaux brother they sent him to me first and I told him you have a future brother if you dress up cool

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is actually kind of true. Parker has said that his parents took him to Hogan's Beach Shop since they were in Orlando on business. Hogan was there and came and talked to him like he does sometimes. When he found out parker was 11 and six feet tall he told him that he could become a big deal in wrestling if he wanted to, but he would need to change his image.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I told them dude, that Rossy guy is trying to poach all your wrestlers my man. You gotta get rid of him brother.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Hogan would never work with that shitter.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A Guess chamber with Wwoden doors it just doesn't make sense

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I was over in Japan, brother. This was probably the 395th day that year I was wrestling, so I'm worn down dude. They had all us gaijin, that's what they call us over there brother, they had all us in our own locker room. I saw a new guy in there, looked familiar, but couldn't quite place him. I asked him, hey brother, I seen you somewhere before? He said hey Hulkster, I'm Bret Hart. Now me and Bret's dad, Stan Hart, we go way back brother. A lot of people don't know this, but back in 72, I was in the Dolphins training camp down there in Miami brother. Their coach Don Shula, he told me I was gonna make the roster, but I had the quit wrestling school, and I just loved it too much brother. Crazy to think though the Hulkster could have been on the undefeated Dolphins though ain't it? Anyway, I worked it out with Bret's dad Steve that I would go to his wrestling school up there in Canada brother, and he said he could get me a tryout for the CFL, thats Canadian football dude, but he could get me a tryout there too cause he used to play in it, and then I could still wrestle at the same time.
    >So back to the story with Bret though brother, like I said I was so damn wore down from working all those days, I started using a submission move, now when Bret and I was talking he said he was just breaking in and couldn't figure out a finish. I said, brother meet me in the ring after the show tonight, I think I got just the thing. So long story short, he went on to call that the Sharpshooter, and I told him take that finish and go places with it brother, just like when your dad Stu helped the Hulkster out.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Unironically if you listen to Bret talk about Hulk he genuinely idolized him and used to follow him around like a puppy dog. Then one day they were getting some food in catering and Bret tried to bring up some geopolitical thing that was happening in the real world and Hulk basically went "that's cool brother. Hey could you pass me some of that brother, I'm hungry." Bret realized that Hulk wasn't really listening to him, suddenly realized that Hulk never listened to him, and that he had been getting little bro'd for months by a man he idolized.

      Wild to think that happened in the 80s and Bret is STILL seething that the Hulkster didn't take him seriously one time at catering 40 years ago when he just wanted to eat something after a match.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >making shit up
        Hogan said, "They'll be fine if they've got some Hulkamaniacs over there, brother," and it was then that Hart realized Hogan was a simple oaf who was only concerned with protecting his spot and nothing else.

        He still gave Hogan the highest score of any wrestler on his overall wrestler rating thing, it's not like it made him bitter about Hogan in any way, shape or form. Hart is bitter about Goldberg and nothing else these days and he was never that hard on Hogan.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >be Hulkster
          >make joke about a situation you are powerless to resolve
          >Bret "The Midwit" Hart and his fanboys call you stupid and shallow

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds more like Greg Gagne story brother.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >"So I told Dan Schneider, 'you gotta cool it with the feet stuff brother, people are gonna start asking questions'. See, the internet was starting to get huge in those days. I kind of predicted social media, dude.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    frick that mythomaniac chud

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    For me it's the Hulk Hogan Grill

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why don’t people listen to the GOAT? v_v

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I CALLED UP BIBI ON OCTOBER 6TH, DUDE I THINK HAMAS IS PLANNING SOMETHING BIG, RED ALERT BROTHER, BUT THAT DUMBASS HEEB WOULDN'T LISTEN

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why do people seethe so much that the fake made up character Hulk Hogan tells tall tales and exaggerated truths about past events?

    Go into any YouTube section of a Hogan video and 99.99999% of the comments are dudes absolutely fricking SEETHING at this guy.

    His real names Terry Bolea. It's a gimmick ya marks.

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