Linda Hogan, the ex-wife of Hulk Hogan, complained about her volatile marriage to the former WWE wrestler on the "Today Show." Hogan mentioned a life full of violent rages on the part of "the Hulkster."
With Matt Lauer interviewing, Linda Hogan spoke about the intimate details of her autobiography called, "Wrestling the Hulk: My Life Against the Ropes."
In her new book, Linda wrote, ""[Hulk] tore my shirt. He threw lamps. He held me down on the bed with his hands around my throat during arguments, slamming doors, pounding walls. I was always afraid he would kill me in one of his rages."
Of course, Hulk Hogan is a former WWE wrestler, but he honestly seems like a big teddy bear. He doesn't seem to be someone that would hold down his wife while strangling her. Or does he?
Of course, how people portray themselves for the cameras is not always how they behave behind closed doors. And Linda is revealing her secret life behind closed doors with Hulk Hogan. Of course, her story has not been confirmed so it remains an alleged account of her life with the WWE wrestler.
Lauer inquired if Hulk Hogan had felt "remorse" for his violent behaviors, but Linda stated, "He did not feel remorse Â— and to this day he's never apologized for any of his actions."
So what do you think? Is Hulk Hogan capable of throwing objects around the house, and tearing his wife's shirt? Would he really strangle Linda while holding her down on the bed? Did his life as a WWE wrestler begin to become reality in his home life? After all, Hogan's alleged behavior at home was quite similar to the role he portrayed on television.
Does she deserve an apology from the incredibly passionate and outspoken Hulk Hogan if the rumors about his life behind closed doors is true?
Or is Linda Hogan seeking publicity and moneys from her new autobiography?
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Photo Credit: Hulk Hogan