The website labels Hogan's early 1990s outside-the-ring ventures with the following: "Tuba-voiced pro wrestler Hulk Hogan was a ubiquitous media presence throughout the â€™90s, trying his hand at everything from music (1995â€™s Hulk Rules) to restaurants (the terrifyingly punctuated Hulk Hoganâ€™s Pastamania!) despite showing very little talent for anything that didnâ€™t involve leg drops."
-- TNA has issued a press release promoting Jeff Hardy's new CD Plurality of Worlds. The release features comments from Hardy; the LP is available now.
"The songs on my new album represent my personal therapy sessions," Hardy said. "This collection is a combination of my soul and personal journal entries all put to music. It is the Plurality of Worlds."
-- Here is the latest edition of the TNA podcast featuring Brooke Tessmacher, Joseph Park, and Robbie E.: