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Hulk Hogan appeared on FOX & Friends this morning on the FOX News Network as they were on location in Tampa for the Republican National Convention.
Hogan, who has lived in Florida his entire life, said that the Convention was a big deal and there are a lot of people with small businesses who are paying close attention. Hogan said he didn’t like the President Obama’s comments on small businesses because what America is about is taking something and making it your own. Hogan noted that he now owns a beach shop in Clearwater, so he’s a small business owner now, joking that he can’t wrestle until he’s 90 and has to reinvent himself.
Hogan also noted that the company he’s with now, Impact Wrestling, started out a small business a decade ago and worked hard to get into over 100 countries with their broadcasts. He said that he’s on live tonight on SpikeTV from 8-10 and then he wants to turn on the TV and see what Mitt Romney has to say at the Convention.
Hogan said he was a supported of Obama previously but “actions speak louder than words” and he hasn’t seen any change. Hogan said the country can’t take four more years of that and this country is ready for a change. He said that we can’t keep living with this economy.
Hogan discussed his own issues over the last few years and said you have to take responsibility for your own issues and problems. The FOX anchors joked that he never asked for a bailout.
Hogan plugged that his beach shop “Hogan’s Beach Shop” will open next week.
It was a pretty normal discussion that ended with a Hogan promo rant.