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Old 04-22-2013, 06:13 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Firstly, this forum is fast becoming my favourite place on the internet.

Anyhoo , Hogan had incredible ring psychology. He knew how to work a crowd and people often forget that he was a BIG man and for that his athleticism is fairly oustanding. That said, he didn't have a massive move set but he didn't really need one. He could sell, sometimes he oversold with all the twitching etc but he knew how to make a heel look great.
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Old 05-14-2013, 05:28 AM   #42 (permalink)
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Firstly, this forum is fast becoming my favourite place on the internet.

Anyhoo , Hogan had incredible ring psychology. He knew how to work a crowd and people often forget that he was a BIG man and for that his athleticism is fairly oustanding. That said, he didn't have a massive move set but he didn't really need one. He could sell, sometimes he oversold with all the twitching etc but he knew how to make a heel look great.
Agreed it's the "perfect" forum.
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Old 05-14-2013, 05:52 AM   #43 (permalink)
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In the context people are flaunting around ring psychology here, makes it seem to me that they are referring to the way he works his matches. And if that is the case, then you are sorely mistaken. Sure, he knew exactly what to do to sell the heel off, but you should probably cut down the broad spectrum of 'psychology' into something smaller. If we are to define intelligent offensive psychology, then Hogan is nowhere, because he was played as the underdog, he did not 'work' matches. Matches where he needed to work over the babyface were atrocious. Watch any WCW PPV. You'll find max 2 good matches from him, and that's stretching it.

But to give credit, he had in the WWF which worked so well. The type of psychology that Hogan excelled with was taking the beatdown, putting the heel over, and then claiming the victory. The type of victory that people these days associate with 'burying', when it's so far from that. Point is, cut down your definition of the word. It's too general. He is nowhere near the total package as a ring worker. And that is even if we take out the finesse of a 'technical' worker.
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Disclaimer before we start this thread, this is not about his charisma, drawing or how he fathered two wrestling booms etc.

Where would you place Hulk Hogan in terms of his skill between the bells? This includes ability to work the crowd, mat skills, technical ability, ring psychology and everything that you can think off that happens during the match?

How much credit would you give to him? Would you concur with "he does not know the difference between a wrist lock and wrist watch" or he is good doing what he does best?

Again, please do not bring in drawing and boom into this.
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Hogan is a larger then life character.

I hope he get more love and respect before he's gone.

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Old 06-01-2013, 05:51 PM   #46 (permalink)
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he's the GOAT....never a fan.....but watching that match at wm6 with warrior even 23 years later it STILL feeels so EPIC only hogan could do that
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Old 06-01-2013, 06:05 PM   #47 (permalink)
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You never forget a hogan match

How many of the top guys can you say that about, in the Vinny Mac world of sports entertainment the best ever no doubt.
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He's the most known wrestler on the planet even to this day
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Hogan is a larger then life character.

I hope he get more love and respect before he's gone.

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So true and he will be immortalized and loved when that day comes. Fans will know he was once in a lifetime.

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