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“Enough of You” – 73-Year-Old Veteran Vents Out His Frustration Over Hulk Hogan’s Ultimate Lie Regarding Meeting Michael Jackson at Wembley

Published 09/06/2023, 1:45 PM EDT

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Hulk Hogan made a name for himself in the 1980s and 90s in the pro wrestling industry. Soaring up through the popularity charts, Hogan became one of the biggest attractions of that era and a pop culture celebrity. However, along with Hogan, another name ruled the charts in the entertainment industry. The King of Pop, Michael Jackson was one of the most legendary names of all time. And, Hogan recently shared a tell of him sharing space with Jackson, for which he was recently bashed by a WWE veteran.

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“I don’t get it”: 73-year-old WWE veteran bashes Hulk Hogan for his statements on sharing space with Michael Jackson

A few days ago, Hulk Hogan appeared for an interview with Muscle and Health Magazine and made claims about appearing at Wembley with Michael Jackson and sharing a bus with him. Hogan had said, “I was in Wembley Stadium and I saw a lot of Make-A-Wish kids. It was me, Michael Jackson, Mr. T. It was all the Make-A-Wish kids during the 80s and 90s.”


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Hogan claimed, “The only time I have met Michael Jackson was when they made us move down the bus and get out of the way. I don’t think they want us to look at him or anything but he came down and apologized.”


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The story had a few inconsistencies which led to Dutch Mantell calling out Hogan.

During Dutch Mantell’s latest podcast episode, when this topic would resurface, WWE veteran Mantell would brush aside all such rumors, and claims of Hogan. He would state them as lies, and claim, ” I don’t get it. But they asked him to move? On the bus?”

The 73-year-old further continued, “Well anyway, take it for what its worth. Alright Hulk, I think we have had enough of you.” The Hulkster has a history of twisting facts, and this time Mantell brushed aside all such claims of Hogan getting to meet Jackson at the Wembley stadium.

This was not the only lie by Hogan that was called out by a famous pro wrestling personality.

Jim Cornette catches Hulk Hogan lying about his involvement at Wembley show


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A few days ago, Hogan appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast, Hogan would open up on serving the wish of a Make-a-Wish kid during the 1992 SummerSlam event in Wembley, London. He would claim that alongside ‘The King of Pop’ Hogan would serve the wishes of such children.

However, wrestling veteran Cornette would catch the open-lie, and accuse Hogan of spreading such false news. Hogan would state that, he was there at the 1992 SummerSlam event in London fighting in a match, with the kid at ringside. However, going by facts, Hogan was not even on the match card for the London event.

Cornette would catch this and state, ” “There’s been only one WWE event in all of history in Wembley stadium. Right? And he wasn’t on it.” Hogan has an infamous history of distorting facts, and this was likely another such incident.


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Written by:

Shounak Chakrabarti


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Shounak Chakrabarti is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports who brings a wealth of knowledge and a keen eye for detail to his analysis of professional wrestling. With a deep passion for the sport that dates back to his childhood, Shounak has immersed himself in every aspect of the industry, from the career trajectories of WWE superstars to their personal lives and beyond. As a journalism graduate, Shounak is a firm believer in the power of digital journalism to provide fans with a unique perspective on pro wrestling.
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