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A thread on ‘Hulk Hogan’s lies over the years’ goes viral on Twitter

Hulk Hogan is at the top list of names of greatest professional wrestlers in history but he has his fair share of critics.

Hogan has been accused by some of being one of the big reasons why WCW began to decline in the late 90’s and he has been criticized for telling “tall tales” in his book and in various interviews.

There is a thread on Twitter on “Hulk Hogan’s Lies Over The Years” that is going viral today.

Here are some of the alleged lies that Hogan has told over the years and make sure to follow Allan’s Twitter account to see the entire thread.

The Wrestler director Darren Aronofsky offered him the lead role three times. Hogan claims he turned it down because “he didn’t deserve it”.

Aronofsky categorically denies that Hogan was ever even considered for the role.

Hogan claims he’s the one who first noticed Kevin Owens’s potential. “Well, I hate to brag about it, but I’m the first one to point the finger at Kevin Owens.”

After a decade of solid work in the indies.

He was an all-state pitcher in high school, and that he was scouted by both the New York Yankees and the Cincinnati Reds, but an injury prevented him from signing with either team.

Hogan says he used to fight Pride fighters in the ’70s.

Pride Fighting Championships was founded in 1997.

He claimed was the first to slam Andre, that Andre weighed 600 pounds when Hogan bodyslammed him, and the lie that Andre died a few days after the slam.

Hogan also claimed that he tore 18 muscles in his back slamming Andre

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