Since time immemorial, people have killed celebrities to create enthusiasm. These days, when a celebrity is declared dead, we have to wait at least one day to separate facts from rumors. Recently, someone declared Hulk Hogan dead, and we will either uncover a con today or find out that a really good wrestler is in the afterlife.
Is Hulk Hogan Dead?
So if the question is asked, is Hulk Hogan dead? We have no choice but to give the right answer, which is a big, fat NO. The wrestler is the victim of another Internet hoax, yes, people, the Internet has once again declared Hulk Hogan dead.
We don’t know if these theories of constant death conspiracy are the result of his “dangerous” work or his celebrity status, but they were an integral part of his life. In other words, it’s not the first time this has happened to Hogan.
Hulk Hogan Dead; November 2014
In 2014 the wrestler was pronounced, here’s the story.
Around 11 am ET on Friday (November 7, 2014) our beloved actor Hulk Hogan died. Hulk Hogan was born on August 11, 1953, in Augusta. He will be missed, but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting and liking this site.
The page in question was on Facebook, it was titled “RIP Hulk Hogan” and over a million matches were collected. A ton of his fans was desperate and torn about the news, they continued to post condolence messages and so began the spread of the rumor.
The racket eventually migrated from Facebook to Twitter, but in the midst of it, a few kept their cool and pointed to the obvious, the news of his demise was not carried by any major American network. If you didn’t know, Hulk Hogan is a big deal, his death would have been noted. Well, that’s the low point of what happened in 2014, until the next scam.
Hulk Hogan Dead; September 2015
This time the main spirits behind the scam decided to raise it by one level. They claimed that the wrestler took his own life in a fit of frustration. The reports say that he was found in the morning by his daughter Brooke after a week of unbearable stress.
Apparently earlier this week, Gawker Media published a disturbing talk of him calling black people the N-word. The bad publicity led to the wrestler’s contract with WWE being canceled; in her own words, her main reason was that WWE was committed to welcoming and celebrating people from different backgrounds, as the diversity of our employees, performers, and fans around the world shows.
The resignation led him to put a hole in his own head. What a bunch of lies that are hoax number 2 uncovered.
Hulk Hogan Dead; September 2016
This time someone got bored and decided to publish a picture of the wrestler on Facebook with the inscription RIP. It was also published on September 02, 2016 at 11 am ET on the page when our beloved actor died. Hulk Hogan was born on August 11, 1953, in Augusta. He will be missed, but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting and liking this site.
Believe us, people liked the site and even went so far as to send pity messages to his family members via social media and news.
Hulk Hogan Dead; January 2017
This death was actually carried over from last year to the new year. It became so serious that Hogan had to entrust the subject to his representatives. On January 31, they published a statement stating, “He joins the long list of celebrities affected by this vertigo. He is still alive and stops believing what you see on the Internet.
Some fans have expressed their anger at the fake report, saying it was ruthless, disturbing and hurtful to the popular actor’s fans. Others say this shows his extreme popularity around the world. However, these obituaries are a bit out of control. Death is inevitable, but it is highly despicable to play around with the idea of it.