News on Hulk Hogan Autobiography & Fan Appreciation Day

Hulk Hogan’s autobiography, “My Life Outside The Ring”, is set for release on October 27th. The book is co-authored by Mark Dagostino and will be released through St Martin’s Press. Here is the official release blurb:

Hulk Hogan, born Terry Bollea, burst onto the professional wrestling scene in the late seventies and went on to become a world wrestling champion many times over. From humble beginnings, this giant of a man escaped a pre-ordained life of dock and construction work in Port Tampa, Florida, to become one of the most recognizable celebrities on the planet. He did it through sheer will, grit, determination, and a drive to always go over the top and do more than what others thought possible.

From the outside, his story was one of a charmed life—he was at the top of his career, had a wonderful and loving family, and a lifelong fan base who worshipped him. Of course he had his up and downs—including hints of steroid abuse and his falling out with WWE and Vince McMahon—but it’s been the last two years that have tested Hogan more than any other in his lifetime.

In 2007, while riding the massive success of his VH1 reality show, Hogan Knows Best, his son Nick was involved in a tragic car accident that left his best friend in critical condition. Then Linda, his wife, left him after 23 years of marriage, his beloved daughter Brooke blamed him for the breakup and his son went to jail. The tabloid media had a field day. When unflattering jailhouse conversations between him and his son were released to the press the tabloids were in a frenzy. The sudden turmoil and tragedy surrounding Hogan took its toll. He fell into a deep depression, seeing no way out, until one fate ful phone call.

In My Life Outside the Ring, Hogan will unabashedly recount these events, revealing how his new found clarity steadied him during the most difficult match of his life—and how he emerged from the battle feeling stronger than ever before.

Also, details have been announced for the Hulk Hogan Fan Appreciation Day to be held on July 10th in Illinois…

Toyota Park & Chris Sader Presents:
Hulk Hogan Fan Appreciation Day
The biggest Icon in wrestling history, Hulk Hogan will be on hand July 10th at Toyota Park for an autograph signing.
Friday, July 10th
Toyota Park
7000 S. Harlem Avenue
Bridgeview, IL 60455
Box Office 708-594-7700
Ticket prices for the Hulk Hogan Meet & Greet are $99.00 for (1) Picture with your camera and (1) Signature. Also included in that price is (1) Signature with “Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags. All 6 Legends for only $99.00!!!
Tickets can be purchased for

Hulk Hogan Appreciation Day – Autograph Session tickets TOYOTA PARK Bridgeview, IL, Directions, seating chart.

Followed by a great Pro Wrestling show headlined by:

Tickets for the Wrestling show will be $89.00 Front Row, $39.00 Ringside, $30.00 Center Stage, and $20.00 GA. Tickets can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com

“The Dream Team” Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake & Greg “The Hammer” Valentine vs. “The Nasty Boys” Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags!!! What role will “Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart play NOW!!!

Also signed:

Chicago Icon “Superstar” Steve Boz vs. ROH Superstar “A Double” Austin Aries

WCPW’s First & Only Undisputed Champion Austin Roberts vs. Hall of Famer Tito Santana

The Chicken vs. The Head II
WCPW Fan Favorite Vito “2 Fingers” Fontaine vs. Al Snow

The Puerto Rico Feud Continues
Former Puerto Rico Triple Crown Champion “Mr 450” Hammett vs. The Former WWC World Heavyweight Champion Noriega

For the first time in WCPW history there will be a match for all the WCPW Titles!!! This match will be called The Pot of Gold Battle Royle. All WCPW Champions are entered, and more will be picked in the days leading up to the show. This could possibly be the biggest WCPW show of all times and the stakes could not be higher!!!

Also signed to appear:

ROH Superstar Silas Young

Sexy Juliette from Puerto Rico

Kimberly Kash

plus many more too come…………………..
More Details to follow very soon, please keep checking back!!
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Directions

TOYOTA PARK is centrally located approximately 15 miles southwest of downtown Chicago in Bridgeview, IL. The stadium is easily accessible from the Stevenson Expressway (I-55) and the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) and is approximately 5 minutes from Midway Airport.

From Downtown Chicago (I-55):
Take I-55 South to the Harlem Avenue exit. Turn left onto Harlem Avenue. Proceed south 2.5 miles to the stadium entrance.

From Northbound Tri-State Tollway (I-294):
Use I-294 North and exit to 95th Street. Turn left onto 95th Street, continue west to Roberts Road and turn right. Follow Roberts Road north 3 miles to 71st Street and turn right. Proceed east on 71st Street to the stadium entrance.

From Southbound Tri-State Tollway (I-294):
Take I-294 South to I-55 North and exit to LaGrange Road South. Merge left onto Archer Avenue. Continue east on Archer Avenue 2.5 miles and turn right onto Roberts Road. Follow Roberts Road south to 71st Street, turn left, and proceed east to the stadium.

From West:
Take I-55 North and exit to LaGrange Road South. Merge left onto Archer Avenue. Continue east on Archer Avenue 2.5 miles and turn right onto Roberts Road. Follow Roberts Road south to 71st Street, turn left, and proceed east to the stadium.

From Southeast:
Use 79th, 87th or 95th Street to access Harlem Avenue. Turn right onto Harlem Avenue. Continue north on Harlem Avenue to parking lot entrances at 70th and Harlem.

From Southwest Suburbs:
Use LaGrange Road or Harlem Avenue to 95th Street.

From the intersection of Harlem Avenue and 95th Street, take 95th Street west to Roberts Road and turn right. Follow Roberts Road north 3 miles to 71st Street and turn right. Proceed east on 71st Street to the stadium

From the intersection of LaGrange Road and 95th Street, take 95th Street east to Roberts Road and turn left. Follow Roberts Road north 3 miles to 71st Street and turn right. Proceed east on 71st Street to the stadium.

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