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Hulk Hogan My Life Outside the Ring SC (2010 St. Martin's Press) comic books

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    Hulk Hogan My Life Outside the Ring SC (2010 St. Martin's Press) 1-1ST

    1st printing.

    By Hulk Hogan with Mark Dagostino.

    Hulk Hogan, born Terry Bollea, burst onto the professional wrestling scene in the late seventies and went on to become a world wrestling champion many times over.

    From humble beginnings, this giant of a man escaped a pre-ordained life of dock and construction work in Port Tampa, Florida, to become one of the most recognizable celebrities on the planet. He did it through sheer will, grit, determination, and a drive to always go over the top and do more than what others thought possible. From the outside, his story was one of a charmed life. He was at the top of his career, had a wonderful and loving family, and a lifelong fan base who worshipped him. Of course he had his up and down, including hints of steroid abuse and his falling out with WWE and Vince McMahon, but it's been the last two years that have tested Hogan more than any other in his lifetime.

    In 2007, while riding the massive success of his VH1 reality show, Hogan Knows Best, his son Nick was involved in a tragic car accident that left his best friend in critical condition. Then Linda, his wife, left him after 23 years of marriage, his beloved daughter Brooke blamedhim for the breakup and his son went to jail. The tabloid media had a field day. When unflattering jailhouse conversations between him and his son were released to the press the tabloids were in a frenzy. The sudden turmoil and tragedy surrounding Hogan took its toll. He fell into a deep depression, seeing no way out, until one fateful phone call.

    In My Life Outside the Ring, Hogan will unabashedly recount these events, revealing how his new found clarity steadied him during the most difficult match of his life, and how he emerged from the battle feeling stronger than ever before.

    Softcover, 320 pages, Text (with 16 pages of B&W and Full Color Photos).

    Cover price $14.99.