Jimmy Hart: "Hulk Hogan is in much better health"

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Jimmy Hart: "Hulk Hogan is in much better health"

In November Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff had updated us on Hulk Hogan's health, with Flair who said: "He's having some really bad health issues, but he keeps me up to date. We support each other, in the For better or for worse.

When I was in the hospital he flew that day, like everyone who came to see me. Hulk was kind kind, Jimmy Hart was great. I don't remember seeing them because I was in a coma but they made the effort to come. These are the things that mean a lot." And Bischoff added: “I was with the Hulk a week and a half or two weeks ago and he's training.

Even if the training is a little different than usual, he is doing physiotherapy four or five days a week, a couple of hours a day. " During a recent interaction with JBL and Gerald Brisco on Stories with Brisco and Bradshaw, the Hulkster's longtime friend gave a positive update on Hulk Hogan.

He said: "Well, he's doing a lot better. However, after 12 back surgeries, hips and knees, she looks much better. He's doing this therapy every week, and he's improving it more and more so he can get up and move on."

Jimmy Hart: "Hulk Hogan is in much better health"

He then added: "He still looks good.

He always has hair and he has a tan. His upper body is amazing. It seems the same as always. He can still do an interview without hesitation. He knows what to say and when to say it. It is a magnet. People love it everywhere we go. He is crazy.

" Jimmy Hart also talked about his friendship with Hulk Hogan and how they met: "I originally met him in Memphis. I didn't know him that well. Then we met in New York. He said to me: 'I thought you were going to have me as a manager.

I said: No. I'm joining as a heel manager! I had King Kong Bundy, who I had in Memphis, and Jim Neidhart. The Hulk and I didn't travel much together because of the babyface / heel thing, but we bonded. I went to his house and had small parties with him and helped him settle down.

Then we recorded a wrestling album together, The Wrestling Boot Band. We have always bonded by doing things."