HBK at SummerSlam '06
Big John Studd (86)
King Kong Bundy (86)
Macho King Randy Savage (89-90)
Ric Flair (91 - sort of)
Brutus Beefcake (94)
Kevin Sullivan (94-95)
The Giant (1996)
HBK - already a legend on the downside of his career. Hogan wasn't the main event. This was a legends match, and thus no "feeding". Losing to Hogan didn't hurt Michaels' career in the least.
Orndorff, Studd, Bundy, Kamala, Earthquake, DiBiase, Haku, Kevin Sullivan, and Beefcake all reached their highest peak of their careers by wrestling Hogan. Not one of those guys would agree that they were "fed to Hogan" to the detriment of their careers. They would tell you that those matches with Hogan made their careers, and they got paid their highest amount of money to work with him. Beefcake was Hogan's best bro, and it was Hogan that got him paid by convincing McMahon to bring Ed Leslie into WWF.
Andre the Giant was near the end of his career, and agreed to pass the torch to hogan, because he liked him (a young Hogan was "fed" to Andre in 1980). It was Andre's last pay day, and doing a legendary match with Hogan at WM 3 was far better than the squash jobbing he was doing to the Warrior in 1989-90.
Ric Flair has beaten Hogan for the WCW world title, which was the last high profile match the two had in their long series. Flair holds multiple pinfall wins on Hogan. No feeding there either.
The Giant - He is Hogan's protege, and it was the rub with Hogan that made the Big Show what he is today. I seriously doubt he would tell you that losing to Hogan hurt his career especially since he looks up to Hogan as a father figure.
I swear some of you guys think the mere act of losing to Hogan ruins careers. It's the opposite, it makes careers, and gets guys paid quite well. Even notorious job refuser Bruiser Brody was planning on taking the leg drop in 1988 or 89 to get paid. If he didn't have a problem with doing that for the big paycheck, then I doubt many others do as well. The only guy that bitches about Hogan is the world's biggest hypocrite Bret Hart, and he DID NOT get pinned by Hogan in the WWF.
Some of you guys are making arguments that border on "still real to me dammit".