Hulk Hogan - Hulk Hogan To Shave Off Moustache
Hulk Hogan has revealed he is planning to shave off his iconic moustache and hair for several film auditions.
Hulk Hogan is going to shave off his iconic moustache.
The wrestling legend has revealed he is planning to take a razor to his famous facial hair and long hair in the coming weeks for some movie auditions.
Hulk - who has starred in several films, including 'Rocky III' and 'Suburban Commando' - said: "I'm getting ready to go to some auditions; I'm getting ready to shave my head and moustache so that should be scary!"
The TNA Wrestling star has also revealed he had to have a "hole drilled" into his head to clear an infection in his mouth.
The 58-year-old grappler underwent surgery in October to get dental implants and then after having a teeth mold fitted he got an infection which wouldn't clear up which was revealed to have been caused by a metal tack left in his mouth by a dentist.
He told TMZ.com: "The theme for today is kids take care of your teeth, because if you stuff candy in your mouth you're going to rot your teeth out.
"After many years of not taking care of teeth correctly I had to finally have surgery and a couple of glitches in the system and we got an infection.
"I had surgery and they drilled a hole in my head - which I needed to let all the hot air out - cleaned everything up so I'm good to go. But it feels like somebody punched me in the face."
Over the course of his five decade spanning career, Hulk has only been seen a handful of times without his moustache in the ring and on screen.
It is not yet known if the 12-time world heavyweight champion will recover in time to join the rest of the TNA roster for the Maximum IMPACT Tour of the UK later this month.
The tour kicks off on Thursday January 26 at the Nottingham Capital FM Arena before heading to the Manchester MEN Arena.
The company's flagship TV show 'IMPACT Wrestling' - which is broadcast on Challenge TV in the UK and Ireland and Spike TV in the US - will then be filmed for the first time outside of the US at London's Wembley Arena on January 28.
The tour will feature a host wrestling's biggest names, including Kurt Angle and AJ Styles and will also be the last ever appearance made in the UK by grappling icon Sting.