Hulk Hogan shares video impersonating Ric Flair amid rumors he ‘couldn’t feel his lower body’

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Less than a week after WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle said that Hulk Hogan couldn’t feel his lower body, Hogan appeared to refute that rumor.

In a video shared Thursday, Hogan walked unaided, doing his best Ric Flair impersonation.

Hulk Hogan attends the WWE «Friday Night SmackDown» premiere in celebration of the 20th anniversary of WWE on FOX at Staples Center on October 4, 2019 in Los Angeles.
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Angle said Hogan was unable to walk without a cane after «nerves in his lower body were severed,» but video obtained by TMZ Sports showed otherwise.

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Hogan noted that he’s «a little sore» but he appears to be fine as he let out a «Woo!»

Earlier this week, Hogan tweeted a photo of himself at a karaoke event.

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Hogan appeared at the start of the RAW 30th anniversary special last week with «Mouth of the South» Jimmy Hart and addressed the crowd in Philadelphia.

Hulk Hogan showing off his championship belt.

Hulk Hogan showing off his championship belt.
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He appeared to cautiously walk on his own onto the stage, but he did not come down to the ring.

Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report.

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