Hulk Hogan Suffers Another Setback – After Chris Hemsworth Starrer Biopic Gets Derailed, Wrestling Legend Loses All Feeling in Legs Following Surgery

Hulk Hogan Suffers Another Setback - After Chris Hemsworth Starrer Biopic Gets Derailed, Wrestling Legend Loses All Feeling in Legs Following Surgery
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Before his break from acting, Chris Hemsworth was seen donning the style of WWE legend Hulk Hogan. It was reported that the actor would portray the role of the former WWE wrestler until the project got derailed.

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More bad news followed Terry Bollea aka Hulk Hogan since he lost all sensations in the lower half of his body. Standing and walking with a cane, the retired wrestler does not feel anything in his legs due to his recent back surgery.

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Chris Hemsworth was planning to portray Hulk Hogan in his biopic.
Chris Hemsworth was planning to portray Hulk Hogan in his biopic.

Chris Hemsworth’s Hulk Hogan Project Gets Derailed

The Thor actor was seen with long hair and a very muscular physique which resembled that of Hulk Hogan. As soon the as the photo was released, the actor confirmed that he is indeed working on portraying Hulk Hogan in the wrestler’s upcoming biopic.

Chris Hemsworth as Thor in Thor: Love and Thunder (2022).
Chris Hemsworth as Thor in Thor: Love and Thunder (2022).

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The last update that the people received from Chris Hemsworth was that the movie might be a while away since he was busy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Acclaimed director Todd Phillips, known for directing DC’s Joker was also attached to the film but also got himself busy shooting Joker: Folie à Deux. In his latest statement, here’s what Chris Hemsworth said about the update on Hulk Hogan’s biopic.

“That film’s a while away. That’s sort of in the development stage you know, and if that comes to fruition, great. Todd Phillips is brilliant. Haven’t ripped any shirts off yet, but you’ll be the first to hear about it when I do.”

With the movie rumored to be shelved, the retired wrestler Hulk Hogan faced another injury recently due to surgery. Talking about his physical health, the Rocky III actor is not in his finest form because he essentially cannot feel the lower half of his body.

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Hulk Hogan Faces Major Problems With His Health

Hulk Hogan has been a WWE legend for the people.
Hulk Hogan has been a WWE legend for the people.

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Following a recent back surgery, Hulk Hogan does not seem to be in his best condition. Seeing him walking around with a cane, the people assumed that his back hurt from the surgery but it isn’t the case so. His dear friend Kurt Angle recently revealed on The Kurt Angle Podcast, the reality of the situation.

“He had the nerves cut from his lower body. He can’t feel his lower body. I thought he was using the cane because he had pain in his back. He doesn’t have any pain. He has nothing at all. He can’t feel anything. I really feel for Hogan. He put his heart and soul into the business and it ate him up.”

Having retired from wrestling, Hulk Hogan has been admitted into WWE’s Hall of Fame twice. The fans dearly hope for Hogan’s biopic starring Chris Hemsworth to come to fruition before Hemsworth allegedly takes a break from his acting.

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Source: The Kurt Angle Podcast

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