Hulk Hogan's Career "Done," Trial Date Set For Next Year


A judge has set the trial date for Hulk Hogan’s $100 million lawsuit against Gawker Media for March 7, 2016. Hogan’s lawyer stated in court on Thursday that Hogan’s career is “done” after The National Enquirer and leaked his racist tirade.

“His career is done, he’s been fired from WWE,” the lawyer said.

He continued that Hogan has no where else to go and his only hope is for justice.

Hogan’s lawyer said the embattled celeb has “literally, nowhere else to go” and that the judge is “literally, his only hope for justice.”

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Last Friday, The National Enquirer and Radar Online uncovered Hogan unleashing a racist tirade on the unauthorized sex tape with Heather Clem. WWE got word before the story leaked and completely scrubbed Hogan from their official website. They later terminated his contract effective immediately. On Monday, more racist comments were leaked and on Tuesday, it was learned Hogan also used homophobic slurs on the tape. Later this week, Bay News 9 uncovered more racist remarks made by Hogan in a different year.

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