Ah, my friend, let me take you back in time to the glorious era of professional wrestling, where heroes and villains clashed in the squared circle, and legends were born. It was the late 1980s, a time when larger-than-life characters captured our hearts and the world watched in awe. And amidst this spectacle, a story unfolded that would forever be etched in the annals of wrestling history—the tale of Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage, who formed the mighty tag team known as the Mega Powers.
Wrestlemania V was dubbed “The Mega Powers Explode”. The Mega Powers was comprised of the WWF’s two biggest superstars: Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage. …continue reading about The Twin Towers’ Role Leading to Wrestlemania V
This phrase (and many others that include the word brother) are synonymous with my childhood. When I first started watching wrestling (around the time I was 5 or 6), I didn’t notice how in every Hulk Hogan interview he would say “brother” … a lot.
Back in the 80s Hulk Hogan flexed, cupped his hand to his ear, and wrestled his way to the hearts and imagination of millions of people in North America. I couldn’t turn on the WWE Network and watch wrestling whenever I wanted. I was a busy kid who loved wrestling, but didn’t know when it was on TV. To watch wrestling I had to go to the video store and hope there was a new WWF VHS that I hadn’t seen yet. And if I was really lucky, my parents would take me to watch a live WWF event.