Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan was inducted into the Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s Alumni Hall of Fame on Wednesday. Hogan was one of nine inductees last night.

A series of photos and videos were posted to Twitter featuring Hogan’s induction.

You can check out the full press release below.

Hulk Hogan Inducted into Boys & Girls Clubs Alumni Hall of Fame

Last night Hulk Hogan was inducted in to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Alumni Hall of Fame.

For more than 150 years, Boys & Girls Clubs around the country have provided kids and teens of all backgrounds, the opportunity to achieve great futures. To celebrate the accomplishments of former Boys & Girls Club members, the organization annually recognizes distinguished alumni, including these nine inductees who have excelled to the top of their respective fields.

Hulk Hogan was one of nine inductees.

The ceremony was hosted by Emmy and Tony-award winning actor and Club alum Courtney B. Vance, and honored alumni who have gone on from their Boys & Girls Club to make major contributions in their professions, from sports to entertainment to the military and more. Each of these leaders has followed a unique path, yet they all share a similar beginning – with the life-changing programs, caring staff and the fun, safe environment of a Boys & Girls Club.

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Terry Bollea would ride his bike five miles every day to attend the Interbay Club of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay, where he loved to play baseball. He remembers touring the Club with his mom and dad, and being immediately impressed by its library and swimming pool. When he learned to swim and dive from the Club’s 10-foot diving board, Terry knew he could achieve anything in life. Terry, of course, became Hulk Hogan, a 12-time World Champion and key figure in WWE’s rise from regional attraction to worldwide entertainment powerhouse. The Hulkster’s undeniable charisma set the standard for future WWE Superstars. The larger-than-life icon went on to star in movies, television shows and his own animated series, and he became an idol to a vast legion of fans known as “Hulkamaniacs.”