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Hulk Hogan
Hulk Hogan
Information
Generation WWE Legends icon2 WWE Legends
Height 6 ft. 7 in.
Weight 302 lbs.
From Flag icon of the United States Venice Beach, California
Finisher Legdrop
Debut WWF WrestleMania (1988)

Hulk Hogan is a WWE Hall of Fame Legend who changed the face of sports-entertainment forever. With his 24-inch pythons and unrivaled charisma that sparked the "Hulkamania" phenomenon, the Hulkster helped turn WWE into must-see theater and took the industry to heights never before imagined. In WWE All Stars, Hogan is a selectable character classed as a Brawler.

In the ring, Hogan was a 12-time World Champion, having held the WWE Championship and WCW World Heavyweight Championship on six occasions each. He dominated the 1980's and early '90's, and enjoyed a renaissance in the late 90's as Hollywood Hogan, leading the controversial New World Order (nWo) in its attempt to take over WCW.

In Fantasy Warfare, he is matched against John Cena to determine who is the Biggest Superstar, as both are considered the face of their respective generation. Among Path of Champions, Hulk Hogan competes against the user in a Steel Cage match as part of the second-to-last match in Path of Champions Legends. In Path of Champions Tag Team, Hogan teams with "Macho Man" Randy Savage to reform the Mega Powers for Tornado Tag Team action during the eighth of ten matches during the conquest.

Book icon BiographyEdit

From the moment he first stepped into a WWE ring, Hulk Hogan changed the face of sports-entertainment forever. With his 24-inch pythons and unrivaled charisma that sparked the “Hulkamania” phenomenon, Hogan helped turn WWE into must-see theater and took the industry to heights never before imagined. During his heyday, Hogan’s popularity with fans bordered on fanaticism, and, even today, he is one of the most recognizable people in the world.
A 12-time World Champion in the ring, Hogan was dominant through the 1980s and early ‘90s, and he enjoyed a career renaissance later in the ‘90s, as he led the controversial New World Order (nWo) in its attempt to take over WCW.
A 2005 inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame, Hulk Hogan is one of the greatest Superstars to ever lace up boots, and his impact on sports-entertainment is second to none.
In WWE All Stars, you can choose to be the Hulkster, or challenge his greatness in the ring. But be forewarned. Many Superstars have tried, and most all have failed.
So, whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you?

Small Hanger icon AppearanceEdit

Hulk Hogan is one of five wrestlers among the WWE All Stars roster to have two alternate attires that can be unlocked in the game by completing two Path of Champions.

Hulk Hogan
Appearance
Image Attire
Hulk Hogan primary attire
Hulkamania logo
  • Primary Attire
    • Iconic "Hulkamania" Red & Yellow - This is Hulk Hogan's most iconic look, circa 1984-1996. With the longer hair, this representation leans more heavily on Hogan's younger years when he won his first WWE Championship in 1984.
    • Look - Yellow trunks, yellow boots, and red kneepads. Simple, yet iconic.
Hulk Hogan alternate attire
  • Alternate Attire Padlock icon
    • "Hollywood" Red & Yellow - Upon returning to WWE in 2002, Hogan mashed-up his trademark red and yellow colors with his nWo attire. Fueled by fan nostaglia, Hogan capped an amazing WWE comeback that culminated in his final WWE Championship.
    • Look - Red bandana with yellow "Hulkamania" written across, interchanging red and yellow tye-dye long tights, red lifting belt with yellow fonted "Hulkamania" written on back, and flaming red and yellow boots with Hogan face emblem.
Hulk Hogan 2nd alternate attire
NWO logo
  • 2nd Alternate Attire Padlock icon
    • nWo Hollywood Hogan - When Hogan ditched the red and yellow for black and silver as leader of the New World Order (nWo), Hollywood Hogan revitalized himself in WCW, circa 1996-1998.
    • Look - Silver sunglasses, black bandana with "Hollywood" written across the bottom, black long tights with lightning strikes across with black weight-lifting belt with nWo logo on back. Black boots adorned in a flaming blue tint and Hollywood Hogan face emblem.

Trophy icon Achievements and trophiesEdit

Trophy icon Hulk Hogan achievements
Image Achievement Xbox 360 icon PSN logo
Mega Powers Mega Powers 20 Bronze trophy

Among the achievements and trophies for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 users, winning a Tornado Tag Team match using the team of Hulk Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage will earn the Mega Powers achievement, named after the tag team name for the tandem. The achievement will earn 20 points for an Xbox 360 user's Gamerscore and a Bronze Trophy for PS3 users.

Small champion icon Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

In the ring, Hogan was a 12-time World Champion, having held the WWE Championship and WCW World Heavyweight Championship on six occasions each.

Hulk Hogan
Championships and accomplishments
Title Rank Design Championship # Date: Won - Lost Days
1 Earth icon WWE Championship icon WWE logo Line Championship 1 Jan. 23, 1984 - Feb. 5, 1988 1,474
2 Earth icon WWE Championship icon WWE logo Line Championship 2 April 2, 1989 - April 1, 1990 364
-- Featured star Royal Rumble WWE logo Line Royal Rumble 1 1990 Winner --
-- Featured star Royal Rumble WWE logo Line Royal Rumble 2 1991 Winner --
3 Earth icon WWE Championship icon WWE logo Line Championship 3 Mar. 24, 1991 - Nov. 27, 1991 248
4 Earth icon WWE Championship icon WWE logo Line Championship 4 Dec. 3, 1991 - Dec. 4, 1991 1
5 Earth icon WWE Championship icon WWE logo Line Championship 5 April 4, 1993 - June 13, 1993 70
6 Earth icon World Heavyweight Championship icon WCW icon Line World Heavyweight 1 July 17, 1994 - Oct. 29, 1995 469
7 Earth icon World Heavyweight Championship icon WCW icon Line World Heavyweight 2 Aug. 10, 1996 - Aug. 4, 1997 359
8 Earth icon World Heavyweight Championship icon WCW icon Line World Heavyweight 3 Aug. 9, 1997 - Dec. 28, 1997 141
9 Earth icon World Heavyweight Championship icon WCW icon Line World Heavyweight 4 April 20, 1998 - July 6, 1998 77
10 Earth icon World Heavyweight Championship icon WCW icon Line World Heavyweight 5 Jan. 4, 1999 - Mar. 14, 1999 69
11 Earth icon World Heavyweight Championship icon WCW icon Line World Heavyweight 6 July 12, 1999 - Sept. 12, 1999 62
12 Earth icon WWE Championship icon WWE logo Line Undisputed Championship 6 April 21, 2002 - May 19, 2002 28
13 Helmet icon World Tag Team Championship icon WWE logo Line World Tag Team (with Edge) 1 July 2, 2002 - July 21, 2002 19

Gallery icon GalleryEdit

VideosEdit

WWE All Star Hulk Hogan Finisher00:07

WWE All Star Hulk Hogan Finisher

External links icon External linksEdit

WWE All Stars roster
Jimmy Snuka headshot Mr. Perfect headshot Stone Cold headshot Ricky Steamboat headshot Macho Man headshot Bret Hart headshot Hulk Hogan headshot Rising Star DLC icon John Cena headshot CM Punk headshot Rey Mysterio headshot Kofi Kingston headshot Undertaker headshot Edge headshot Kane headshot
Shawn Michaels headshot Sgt. Slaughter headshot Eddie Guerrero headshot Roddy Piper headshot Jake Roberts headshot Ultimate Warrior headshot Andre the Giant headshot The Rock headshot Triple H headshot Big Show headshot Sheamus headshot John Morrison headshot Randy Orton headshot The Miz headshot Jack Swagger headshot Drew McIntyre headshot

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