Brooke Hogan Doesn't Think Her Father Would Run For Senate

Share

Hogan was sacked from the wrestling company in 2015 after a phone conversation was leaked of Hogan using several racially-motivated slurs. "They want me to run for governor, they want me to run for mayor", he told the outlet.

Finally, Brooke Hogan was asked if past racial slurs made by Hulk would hurt a potential political career, and Brooke said she thinks the comments her father made were very out of character for him, and that he was probably having a very bad day when that happened. The Republicans and Democrats act like they hate each other and they don't want to do anything except create chaos. Hogan, who now lives in Clearwater, told TMZ that if he did indeed run, he would run as a Republican and he would probably win.

Hulk Hogan has no interest in stepping into the political ring. Bill Nelson (D-FL) - by former Trump adviser Roger Stone, who was quoted as saying that he wanted to convince Hogan to "body slam" Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) in debates. "I think the fans want me back". RIGHT. I mean, remember when the MegaPowers were together and they were an unstoppable force but then Savage got jealous of Miss Elizabeth paying attention to Hogan and the whole thing exploded during a pay-per-view?

"I got a feeling it wouldn't be that hard", said Hogan about his chances.

Stone also responded to Hogan's refusal and asked him to reconsider.

However, Hogan backtracked on his statement and admitted that the thought of running for politics has crossed his mind and said that he would run as a Republican if ever that time comes.

"Brother, I don't want to run, okay?"

A six-time WWE champion, Hulk's last appearance for the company was at WrestleMania 31 in 2015 when he came out as part of the New World Order with Kevin Nash and Scott Hall to interfere in a match between Triple H and Sting.

Share