The retired wrestler Hulk Hogan was the subject of discussion on Sunday’s broadcast of The Kurt Angle Show, according to host Kurt Angle, who said that Hogan shared some crucial information about his health.
According to a representative for the former wrestler, Hulk Hogan’s latest back operation did not leave him crippled.
Hogan, 69, was the subject of discussion on Sunday’s broadcast of The Kurt Angle Show. According to the presenter, Hogan shared some important information about his health during the production of the WWE Monday Night Raw 30th anniversary special, which aired on Jan. 23.
“Hogan had more back surgery. His lower body’s nerves were severed, “According to Angle’s podcast. “His lower body is completely numb. He is confined to using a cane to go about. I assumed he was using the cane due of back trouble. He lacks any sensation. He can no longer feel his legs, which makes it difficult for him to walk without a cane.”
However, a spokesperson for Hogan informed Entertainment Tonight that the former WWE star is “doing well and is not paralysed,” despite the Olympic gold medalist’s fears. Hogan appeared on the first segment of the wrestling company’s tribute show without any apparent limitations.
They said, “Everything is well with him. The Hulk has a great sense of humour.
When PEOPLE contacted Hogan’s spokesperson, they did not react right away. Another representative was silent.
During a 2021 interview on the Hollywood Raw podcast with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn, Hogan’s 34-year-old daughter Brooke discussed her father’s health struggle and said that he has endured roughly 25 surgeries in the previous 10 years.
She said on the podcast’s episode from October 27, 2021, “He’s had both shoulders scoped, and he had his entire bicep…and everything wrapped up in his shoulder last year.” “It was a catastrophe. He contracted MRSA, and it was rather severe. Then we had to go back.”
Added she, “He has had both of his knees replaced more than once, I believe twice total. His hips have been fixed. His elbow has been scoped. He’s undergone a lot of operations.”
She said at the time, “He’s doing wonderful right now. He spends two hours each day at the gym exercising. He’s still moving forward.”