It was previously reported that following The WrestleMania 36 Press Conference that took place last week WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan appeared with Titus O’Neil, Dasha Fuentes & WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Bayley for a Be A Star Anti-Bullying Rally at The Grace Salesian Boys & Girls Club in Tampa Bay, Florida.
Below is a video of “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan talking to Jim Varsallone of The Miami Herald at the event. Hogan talked about how he was bullied a lot as a kid and how important it is to spread the anti-bullying message.
“It’s really cool to be here because when I talk to boys clubs it’s mainly about accountability, and stepping up and owning it, good or bad, but today is a little bit different subject, it’s about bullying,” Hogan said. “And so many of us, such as me having the largest head in elementary school, and I was so far when I was a kid, I’d go to the beach and I was the only one that didn’t take my shirt off. I got bullied a lot, and some of these kids don’t realize this, a lot of the other WWE Superstars got bullied. So, we got a lot in common. So, to share our stories and let these kids know they’re not in it alone, is a major deal, brother.”
Hogan was also asked how it feels to once again be back with WWE and Hogan said that it is really cool, as seen below:
“Well, it’s really cool to be back,” Hogan said. “I’m in and out all the time. I started in 1977, 1978 for Vince’s father, and I’ve quit, I’ve been fired, I quit, I’ve been fired. But it’s great to be back, you know? It’s just really fun being home with these guys, it’s really, really cool.”