Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Hulk has boating accident

Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan suffered injuries in another boat-related accident over the weekend.

The former WWE wrestler suffered an injury when out on one of his many boats with a good friend, simply known as Dr. Crespo.

Writing about the accident on his Twitter page, Hulk, real name Terry Gene Bollea, gave his fans an insight into what happened.

"How come everytime we go out on the boat someone ends up bleeding?...

"Today both me and Dr. Crespo ended up covered in blood, the windshield on my boat exploded because of the wind and speed on the water, crazy.

"And it wasnt the go fast Scarab,it was my slower Searay, oh well time to sadle up again brother. HH (sic)" he mused.

This isn't the first time the 60-year-old reality star has had a nasty encounter on one of his boats.

Earlier this year one of the radiators exploded and left him with a severely burnt hand while he was out on the water in his hometown of Tampa.

Posting a graphic photo of his injury at the time Hulk wrote, “Would you like it rare? (sic)”

After being rushed to Tampa General Hospital, doctors were forced to drain his blisters and cut the damaged skin, which he also documented with another photo.

He added the caption, “Skinned like a cat! (sic)"

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