It was January 1984 when Hulk Hogan pinned The Iron Sheik in front of the packed Madison Square Garden that Hulkamania was born. In that match, Hogan became the first man to escape the dreaded Camel Clutch and win his first title in today’s WWE. That match, that victory changed the landscape of wrestling forever.

Love him or hate him, Hulk Hogan changed wrestling in the 1980s and he is clearly still changing the lives of wrestling fans today.

That child was only six years old. That means his parents were most likely the same age as him or younger when Hulk Hogan stormed onto the scene and started the underground wave we still talk about today. That says a lot about Hulkster’s longevity.

While many will criticize this position as being rehearsed, welcome to the world of pro wrestling. There is still a long way to go to show the importance of engagement with fans.

Hulk Hogan will always be a controversial wrestling figure. Hulk Hogan remains one of the more polarizing figures in the wrestling industry. Revered by some as a pioneer and ridiculed by others after his recent public trials and tribulations. His recent appearance at Wrestlemania 37 has certainly caused mixed reactions.

All that aside, he deserves his status as a living legend. It’s nice to see Hulkamania still capturing the hearts and minds of wrestling fans today.

Hogan has appeared on WWE sporadically in recent years. However, he remains an active voice in the world of pro wrestling. His history with the company means he will always carry the WWE association and help grow the WWE brand.

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