TNA Wrestling looks to have got itself a brand new diva, as Brooke Hogan is set to join the cast and crew of the popular wrestling franchise. Following in the footsteps of her father, the wrestling great 'Hollywood' Hulk Hogan, Brooke will be the new executive in charge of the company's female wrestling division, who are known as The Knockouts, and she will appear on the weekly grappling TV show from May 31st 2012.
Brooke, who first shot to fame with her dad, brother Nick and mother Linda on reality TV series Hogan Knows Best, had previously tried her hand at being a singer before deciding to follow on with the family business.
TNA President Dixie Carter has told website TMZ that Brooke is NOT going to be a wrestler, her role on the show will instead be more in an executive capacity and will not feature her in any combat style appearances. Her duties will instead be to develop female talent, help up and coming female wrestlers develop their characters, help with backstage promos and even consult on entrance music - so I guess those singing lessons weren't such a waste of money as at least they'll hopefully mean that she'll have an ear for a decent tune.
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