sources: Pro Wrestling Torch, www.f4wonline.com
Hulk Hogan has accepted an invitation from the National Father’s Day Committee to receive a Father of the Year Award at the group’s 66th Annual Luncheon on Thursday, June 7, 2007, at the NY Sheraton Hotel & Towers in Manhattan. Hogan will be honored alongside some other famous fathers including New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine. The Committee is conducting a national search for an outstanding Father to be selected as an “All-Star” Dad. To purchase a table or individual tickets to this event, call the Committee office at 212-594-5977 or contact them online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a recent article, Brutus Beefcake, 50, claims he’s undergone a vigorous training regimen this year and has dropped 70 pounds, bringing him down to 220. He says he’s in the best shape of his life. The impetus was his wife constantly burying him and calling him “fat boy.” He had been running a gym and finally started putting it to use for himself. He started working out for two and a half hours a day, seven days a week. He also fixed up his diet. “I was training like a mad man on a mission, and it paid off,” Beefcake said. “Now everywhere I go heads spin around three times and people tell me I look better now than I did 25 years ago. At my age I look better than 99.9 percent of the wrestlers do now. It is all in your head. The only person holding you back is you”.
On the Best Damn Sports Show Period last night, they showed footage of Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart, Tatanka, Brian Knobs and Brutus Beefcake signing autographs at the Tampa Bay Devil Rays game from last Friday. Rob Dibble wanted to know where Sgt. Slaughter was, but he wasn’t there obviously. Dibble was quickly asked as to who his favorite wrestler was, and he said Hulk Hogan.
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