We’ve struck Sterling Golden:Hulk Hogan from his youngest days….

Posted by Andy Durham on May 15, 2008 at 9:58 am under Professional | 5 Comments to Read

Hulk Hogan(Terry Bollea) in his early days in a very interesting discussion as Sterling Golden with the “Dean” of the wrestling announcer/interivewers, a young Gordon Solie.

Notice the real large Hogan arms that appear to have arrived at those dimensions by natural means of constant weightlifting and not by steroids. Hogan’s look, sound, and body definition(changes caused by steroid use) have evolved quite a bit over the years.

  • Bruce Mitchell said,

    I don’t know which was funnier, the reference to the “young” Gordon Solie or your explanation for how the rookie Golden got those arms. Did I teach you nothing in all those years in the booth, Jocko?

    Try this instead. Go to Youtube and type in “Ole Anderson” and “Georgia” and “Big Turn” and “1980”.

    Now, that’s pro wrestling.

  • Andy said,

    Your jelousy of Hogan and Solie is quite obvious Sinister Minister Mitchell.

  • Bobby said,

    The guy doing the interview with Hulk looks like Andy.

  • Gary said,

    Hulk Hogan is still the greatest wrestler/entertainer of all time. He made the business what it is today.

  • Bruce Mitchell said,

    Not in Greensboro (By God) North Carolina he ain’t.