WATCH: Hulk Hogan Calls Fan ‘Dinosaur’ When Asked To Sign Nintendo NES WWF Game

Hulk Hogan once had an interesting encounter with a fan and couldn’t help but call him a “dinosaur.” But, the story is actually humorous and not at all offensive!

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A fan visited Hogan at his beach shop and brought his Nintendo NES WWF game with him. He wanted The Hulkster to sign the game, which put everyone on the map, according to Hulk!

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This game, created by Rare and published by Acclaim Entertainment, was released in 1989 and was the second WWE game to be released. It was based on WrestleMania and Hogan was actually the face of the game.

Considering decades have passed since the game was released, The Hulkster called the fan a dinosaur, because the game is extremely old!

It might not be the perfect metaphor, but it’s amazing how some fans hold on to some things from the past. It only goes to show the impact Hogan had on his fans when he was in his prime.

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What is Hulk Hogan doing now?

The Hulkster has recently begun to recover. His health was not excellent and he had lost a lot of weight. In fact, reports claimed that his deteriorating health had become a matter of grave concern.

Now that he is recovering, he is seen more often at the Beach Shop. He even worked closely with the team for their limited-edition holiday figurines.

LAS VEGAS, NV – JUNE 10: Wrestler Hulk Hogan (L) and wrestling manager Jimmy “the Mouth of the South” Hart attend the 2015 Licensing Expo at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on June 10, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images)

In addition, Hogan also played sports. Hogan even posted from the gym posing with a 1987 championship belt. The same replica is available at Hogan’s Beach Shop.

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As for Hogan’s presence in WWE, the last time he was in WWE was during WrestleMania 37. He co-hosted the event with Titus O’Neil. He has since walked away from the business.

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But, now that the 2022 PPVs are starting, it’s possible Hogan will return to host one. In fact, it’s entirely possible given the Hulkster’s improved health.

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