I grew up watching Hulk Hogan destroying Randy Savage and Rick Flair, well before he started making horrible movies and announcing for that pathetic reinvented American Gladiators. When the Hulkster popped up on VH1, I was mildly intrigued and figured I would give it a try. It’s about four years after it first premiered, and I still hate Nick Hogan more than ever. Lets talk about his recent life after the jump, shall we?
Nick seems to have a little bad luck with vehicles. In 2006, he managed to set fire to a Lamborghini that was owned by the CEO of his sister’s label. Whoops.
In 2007 while driving between Miami and Tampa, he was ticketed 3 times, once for going 115mph in a 70. Within the first year of having his license, he was ticketed 3 times. Whoops.
In August of 2007, Nick was racing his Toyota Supra in Clearwater, Florida. When the car fishtailed, he wrapped it around a palm tree, which lead to the passenger, John Graziano (U.S. Marine) to receive serious brain damage. Whoops.
In a rip from Wikipedia, heres the charges:
On May 9, 2008, Bollea entered a no contest plea and was sentenced to serve eight months in Pinellas County Jail. The sentence also calls for Bollea to serve five years of parole, 500 community service hours and his driver’s license was suspended until he is 21 (a little over 3 years).
TMZ.com released audio tapes of Nick’s jail phone conversation with his mother and father which is courtesy of the National Enquirer. The tapes included his father saying that crash victim John Graziano received “heavy shit” from God because of things that he was “into” and Nick agreed, saying John was a “negative person.” Nick’s mother said Graziano’s mother is “nasty and vindictive,” claiming she’s trying to get money and did not “give a shit” about her son. The press was critical of the Hogans blaming the crash victim and said the phone calls could mark the end of Hulkamania. In addition, Nick and his father discussed ideas about a reality tv show starring Nick about his life after jail. Hulk suggested that the show should be called “The New Nick Show,” and suggested Nick work on thinking of a new name for the show while he was serving out his sentence. John Graziano’s father called the Hogans’ comments wrong and offensive