Hulk Hogan has hinted he isn't happy about his daughter Brooke's engagement to Dallas Cowboys player Phil Costa.
Hulk Hogan has hinted he isn't happy about his daughter Brooke's engagement.
The wrestling legend, 59, is the only member of his family not to publicly congratulate the former VHI reality TV star, who got engaged to Dallas Cowboys player Phil Costa on Saturday night (29.06.13) in Las Vegas, and he also posted a mysterious message on Twitter on Sunday morning (30.06.13), suggesting he wasn't impressed by his daughter's news.
He wrote: ''Where's the truck that ran over me twice? Hogan and Vegas doesn't work brother HH''
Brooke, 25, posted a photo of the proposal, believed to have taken place on a balcony at the Bellagio hotel, on her Instagram profile and wrote: ''Happiest moment of my LIFE. I am marrying my best friend. I wouldn't choose anyone else. I am so lucky and so grateful.''
She also posted another blurry photo with the caption: ''I look scary but this is the face of total SHOCK.''
The former 'Brooke Knows Best' star appears to have the full support of her brother Nick, 22, and her mother Linda Hogan who both offered their congratulations.
Linda, who split from Hulk in 2007 after 24 years of marriage, tweeted: ''My Brooke is getting married!! Phil proposed to her last night!''
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