Hulk Hogan Considers Political Future, Launches Beer Company Amidst Competition


Hulk Hogan, the 70-year-old former professional wrestler, has once again hinted at a potential career change, this time in politics.

During an appearance on Fox & Friends, Hogan was asked about running for office and did not rule out the possibility. In fact, he even pitched a platform on the spot, stating:

We need somebody in there that’s got some common sense… I’ll volunteer and take this country over and I’ll rule with an iron fist, a flat tax, nothing but common sense. I know right from wrong, brother!

– Hulk Hogan

Hogan is no stranger to politics, having considered a run for Florida’s U.S. Senate seat in 2018. Although he did not ultimately run, he has remained interested in entering the political arena.

Hogan is also launching his own beer company, “Real American Beer,” which will hit stores next week. The venture comes after a viral campaign by transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, which led to Bud Light losing significant sales and its top-selling spot in the American beer market.

Jenny Goldsberry
Jenny Goldsberry
Jenny Goldsberry covers social media and trending news. She’s a 2020 Brigham Young University graduate with a major in communications and minor in Japanese. She was born in Utah and has previous newsroom experience at the Salt Lake Tribune and Utah’s NPR station.

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