Back When it was the WWF

What kid didn't grow up loving professional wrestling?  I know I did! Back then it was known as the WWF, and there was no bigger icon in sports entertainment than Hulk Hogan.

I remember seeing him at the Glens Falls Civic Center a million years ago, along with some of my other favorites, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Andre the Giant, and Randy "Macho Man" Savage.  But for me, Hulk was THE guy.

Over the years, while the landscape of professional wrestling entertainment changed,  we've seen some of the biggest stars come and go, heck, it's not even the WWF anymore, it's the WWE.

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Icon of Icons

But for me, Hulk Hogan is THE icon of icons.  He's the Babe Ruth of the ring, the Michael Jordan of the mat, and if you or someone you know is a bonafide Hulkamaniac (AKA they ate their vitamins and said their prayers) this private autograph session with a true GOAT is for you.

What is a Private Signing?

Private Signings are special "time-limited events" where a celebrity sits down and signs special autographs for you during the event which is spear-headed by Heroes Hideout in Crossgates Mall. There is no location to see the signing, hence the term "private" and no public appearance will be made.

 

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How to Get a Private Signing from Hulk Hogan

 

Are you a Fan of the WWE?

Would you, or anyone you know, like to meet some current and former WWE wrestlers?

Hereos Hideout inside Crossgates Mall does a great job bringing WWE stars and other pop-culture celebs to town for photo ops and meet and greets, and in March, they'll have two former WWE Superstars Kurt Angle and Mick Foley at their Crossgates Mall location.  For more information, click here. 

REVEALED: Real Names of Current and Former WWE Superstars

Step between the ropes to test your knowledge of current and former WWE superstars. Can you guess the real names of these superstars of the squared circle?

Gallery Credit: Rob Carroll

Check Out These Awesome Vintage Photos of WWE (WWF) at the Utica Aud in 1988

These photos are a real time capsule! Check out these photos from a WWE (WWF) wrestling event at the Utica Memorial Auditorium in February, 1988.

Gallery Credit: Will Phillips

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