Hulk Hogan is stepping into a new ring, albeit this time with smaller proportions -- and RadarOnline.com has all the exclusive details.
The superstar pro-wrestler is taking on a new role in a TruTV reality show that’s in production now tentatively titled Micro Westling, which centers around the wrestling world of little people.
The Hulk (a.k.a. Terry Bollea) will be the man behind the wrestlers: “He’s the guy who inspires, recruits, trains and mentors them. He’s been involved in every step -- only this time it’s on a smaller scale,” his attorney David Houston tells RadarOnline.com exclusively.
“It will explore the fascinating world of wrestling on the scale of little people,” he adds. “It will show their extraordinary physical capabilities and the true strength of people of that stature.”
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The show will also give viewers an inside look into what goes on day-to-day, how they train -- essentially “invading their world and learning about a whole different lifestyle,” Houston says.
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After undergoing major back surgery late last year, the newlywed Hulk, who got married in December to longtime girlfriend Jennifer McDaniel, is back to full health.
“His health is exceptional,” Houston says. ‘He’s improved dramatically. He’s in better shape now than he has been in 15 years. He’s a remarkable athlete and I would not be surprised if he made a decision to get back into the ring and give wrestling another shot.”