Hulk Hogan, the iconic professional wrestler and actor, has been in the news recently after reports surfaced that he had undergone surgery and was unable to feel his legs. Hogan’s representative has now given an update on the 69-year-old’s condition, saying that he is “doing well” and is “in good spirits.”
Hulk Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, is one of the most recognizable figures in professional wrestling. He rose to fame in the 1980s as a member of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and later went on to become a major star in the World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Hogan is also known for his acting roles in films such as Rocky III and Suburban Commando.
The news of Hogan’s surgery and inability to feel his legs first broke on April 28, when TMZ reported that the wrestler had been hospitalized after experiencing “intense pain” in his back and legs. Hogan’s representative later confirmed the news, saying that the wrestler had undergone a “minimally invasive outpatient procedure” and was “resting comfortably.”
Now, Hogan’s representative has given an update on the wrestler’s condition, saying that he is “doing well” and is “in good spirits.” The representative also said that Hogan is “grateful for the outpouring of support” he has received from fans and friends.
Hogan’s fans have been sending their well-wishes to the wrestler on social media, with many expressing their hope that he makes a full recovery. Hogan himself has also taken to Twitter to thank his fans for their support, saying that he is “overwhelmed” by the love he has received.
Hogan’s representative has not provided any further details on the wrestler’s condition or the cause of his inability to feel his legs. However, it is clear that Hogan is in good spirits and is receiving the support he needs to make a full recovery.