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In 1979, Bollea's talent caught the attention of Vincent Mc Mahon, the legendary promoter and owner of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), the most prominent wrestling league in the Northeast.
Mc Mahon gave Bollea an opportunity to join the WWF—and to create a new identity.
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Because of his massive physique (he stood 6 feet 8 inches, and weighed 303 pounds) and his uncanny resemblance to the comic book hero, the Incredible Hulk, Mc Mahon suggested that Terry assume the stage name "Hulk Hogan." In 1980, Hogan had his debut bout against the fierce Andre the Giant.
Hogan won the match, along with the respect and support of wrestling fans throughout the country.
He went on to study at Hillsborough Community College and the University of South Florida.
While he pursued his education, his interests remained in the ring and he never received his degree.
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Hogan's success during this time bolstered the public's fascination with professional wrestling.
In total, he would become a 12-time world champion; six times with the WWF/E and another six with the WCW (World Championship Wrestling).
Born Terry Gene Bollea, on August 11, 1953, in Augusta, Georgia, Hulk Hogan was discovered in 1979 by World Wrestling Federation owner Vince Mc Mahon Sr.