Hulk Hogan’s Health Status Is Updated by Eric Bischoff.


Hulk Hogan’s Health Status Is Updated by Eric Bischoff.

Over the last few weeks, Hulk Hogan’s health problems have been a source of concern for wrestling fans.

“So he’s had both shoulders scoped and he had his whole bicep and everything tied up in his shoulder last year,” Brooke Hogan, Hulk’s daughter, said on Hollywood Raw, confirming the WWE Hall of Famer had recently undergone his 25th surgery in the past decade.

That was a disaster, and he contracted MRSA as a result, so we had to go back in and undo everything, which required a lot of physical therapy.

He’s had both knees replaced multiple times, twice on both, I believe.

His hips have been replaced.

“His elbows have been scoped.”

Ric Flair then gave an update on his Woooo Nation Uncensored podcast, painting a much more bleak picture without providing any specifics.

“He’s got some serious health problems, but he keeps up with me,” Flair said.

We are always there for each other, in good times and bad.

He flew up that day to see me in the hospital, just like everyone else who came up to see me…Hulk was gracious, Jimmy Hart was fantastic.

I don’t recall seeing them because I was in a coma, but they went out of their way.

That’s the kind of thing that matters.”

Days later, Hogan posted a new photo on Instagram, claiming to have lost a significant amount of weight (claiming to be back down to his freshman year weight).

This week, Eric Bischoff gave another update on his 83 Weeks podcast.

As more information about “The Hulkster” becomes available, we’ll let you know.

“He probably is,” Bischoff said (via Wrestling Inc.). “He’s overcoming a lot of physical challenges.”

“I just spent a week and a half or two weeks with Hulk, and he’s in training.”

He’s doing physical therapy four or five days a week, for a couple of hours each day, even though the training is a little different than it used to be.

When he gets home, he goes to the gym for another hour or two, eats as healthy as he can, and I’m sure he’s praying his heart out to regain some of the mobility that 17 back surgeries and a couple hip replacements have taken away.”


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