Hulk Hogan has a confession to make about his manhood: It’s not all that he’s built it up to be.
Or, rather, that’s what the guy who plays Hulk Hogan claimed in court today.
During his testimony in court on Tuesday, pro-wrestling legend Hogan (real name: Terry Bollea) ‘fessed up about the size of his rig. More specifically, the discrepancy in size between Hulk Hogan‘s rig and Terry Bollea’s rig.
The revelation came toward the end of Hogan’s second day of testimony, after he was played a recording of a 2006 appearance he made on radio DJ Bubba the Love Sponge’s show.
In the recording, Hogan could be heard bragging about his impressive endowment.
Asked if the exchange could be an interpretation of the wrestler discussing his penis size, he replied, “Well, it’s not mine [that we were discussing], because mine isn’t that size, but we were discussing the length of Hulk Hogan‘s [penis].”
Asked — and rightfully so — for clarification, he replied, “Seriously, I do not have a 10-inch penis, no I do not, seriously.”
For emphasis, he added, “Believe that, seriously.
“Yeah, because Terry Bollea’s penis is not 10 inches, like you’re trying to say,” the wrestler concluded.
Hogan is suing Gawker for $100 million, claiming that the media company invaded his privacy when it published a portion of a sex tape featuring himself and Heather Clem, then-wife of radio DJ Todd “Bubba the Love Sponge” Clem.
Gawker counters that its publishing of the footage in 2012 is protected by the First Amendment.
According to Hogan, he was secretly taped without his knowledge or consent during his sexual encounter with Clem.