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 ’90s, trying his hand at everything from music (1995’s Hulk Rules) to restaurants (the terrifyingly punctuated Hulk Hogan’s Pastamania!) despite showing very little talent for anything that didn’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.: