Someone Bought This: Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer

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Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer

This is the Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer. The story goes (as Hulk tells it, anyway) is that he got an offer to endorse the tabletop grill that George Foreman eventually got but lost out on the deal because he was too late in responding to the offer.


Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer 3

Anyway, this Thunder Mixer is available on Amazon and as of this writing it’s selling for… well, just take a look for yourself:

Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer Amazon Screenshot

No, I didn’t Photoshop that. It’s a real screenshot from Amazon as of the time I am writing this.

But hey, look! You can get one cheaper from another Amazon seller for just $1,500!

Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer

Hurry! There’s only 1 left in stock!

Sure, it costs $2,000 but at least it’s lightweight and portable!

Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer

Our own R.D Reynolds is a a proud owner of one of these babies! I’ve heard that the thing isn’t even strong enough to crush ice. I think it was only useful for doing things like mixing chocolate syrup into milk and for that, all you really need are a spoon, and your arm.

UPDATE!Matt over at Dinosaur Dracula (formerly X-Entertainment) found one of these babies at a Yard Sale!

Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer Matt Dinosaur Dracula

How much did he pay for it? Read the article to find out!

Do any of you have one of these? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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26 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer"
  1. Greg says:

    2 grand?

    Seems legit.

  2. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    Considering it can’t even crush ice, I somehow doubt that R.D. is “proud” to own this.

    • Hunter says:

      You realize you’re speaking about a man who paid $200 for the actual cheerleading uniform used on the Katie Vick dummy…

  3. Peter says:

    Thunder Mixer…sounds like something Vince Russo used to book Thunder every week. Throw a bunch of names into the mixer and out they come!

  4. Brian Kraemer says:

    It’s 22.99 right now on Amazon

    Price: $22.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details

    Only 3 left in stock.
    Sold by Romy’s Place and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.
    Want it tomorrow, Aug. 1? Order within 10 hrs 51 mins and choose One-Day Shipping at checkout. Details
    3 new from $22.99

    • The thing isn’t worth $1 because you can do the same thing it does with a plastic spoon from a fast food place.

      • CarlMarksGuy says:

        But the secret is “cyclone” action! I doubt any of our non-24-inch python arms can harness the power of a natural disaster to stir our chocolate syrup into our milk (except the late great John Tenta…and perhaps the Shockmaster and Gregory Helms).

        And between missing the call from the table top grill guys, AND missing out on the call to star in “The Wrestler”, you’d think Hulk Hogan would change his phone company! Then just imagine — we could have seen him solving boat-based crimes in “Table Top Grill in Paradise.” Good times!

      • Brian J says:

        But wait, there’s more! Call in the next 30 minutes and get a years worth of clean syringes for FREE! (clean urine sold separately).

      • AK says:

        Who wouldn’t want to mix things like a Hulkamaniac? Then again that would result in the mixer doing the same 3 or 4 things over and over and it wouldn’t sell your creations and make them look good.

        Gordon Ramsay couldn’t make a masterpiece from this contraption.

        • CarlMarksGuy says:


          and while we’re at it, let’s market the Hogan Microwave — cooks your burritos with Atomic Leg Drop power!

  5. Emerson Witner says:

    Thankfully I am a Prime member, so I can get free 2-day shipping and thus, it is a much better deal

  6. Nottingham's 'Mr Sex' says:

    I must say, it has the touch of ‘badly-made sex toy’ about it. Maybe Hulk ought to get into that market before Jim Duggan brings out his own special mixer attachment.

  7. ScMcS says:

    I would plunk down $20 for a fan-written “biography” of Hulk Hogan’s life, filled with all these fantasies and false coulda-woulda’shoulda’s…. until I found out he wrote one himself.

  8. BaltoJim says:

    Say your prayers, eat your vitamins and, while you’re at it, mix up a couple of fruity rum drinks, too!

  9. That Don Guy says:

    “The version I heard was” (from Hogan himself, in a radio interview), Hogan would have been offered the choice between the mixer and what became the Foreman Grill, but he wasn’t home (I think he was out “hangin’ and bangin'”), so the company gave Foreman the first choice, and the rest is history.

  10. Jay "The Brain" Mann says:

    Amazon still has the $1,500 version but not the $2,000 version. Which obviously means someone bought the $2,000 version.

  11. Jim from Boston says:

    I purchased this at Lechmere in Cambridge, MA in the mid 90’s and Hulk Hogan was there at the time autographing the boxes. It was actually a nice little mixer for doing chocolate milk. Other than that, I don’t know what it was good for.

  12. 80's Guy says:

    I wouldn’t buy this, but if I found one at a yard sale on the cheap I would totally get a Hogan Ultimate Grilling Machine thingy. Saw the ad for it, and must say the design looks much better than the Foreman grill. Especially the grease trap.

  13. Was that the mixer that Piper had the problems with on Legend’s House?

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  15. James says:

    For $2000? Seriously?!!? My friend and I bought one at an indy show as a joke for $10, which is probably still too much. We brought it home, and tried it out for the heck of it. Let me just say that it couldn’t crush juice that is already juice. I bet Hogan has a tale that he almost lost a finger testing his genius idea out, though, like how he tore every muscle in his back slamming that 900 pound giant, brother.

    • James says:

      And the scary thing is, said indy show was so awful (we got lost, then got there only to find that just about all the legends they promised were absent), finding this was the highlight of it.

      As of my writing, however, the price is down to $35. Still like $34.99 too much.

  16. Alexandru says:

    I doubt even a guy like Bill Gates would pay 2,000 for this crap, though maybe he thinks “Cyclone” action is the greates thing ever. Is there anything Hogan won’t put his name on?

  17. Mister Forth says:

    The box itself looks cheap.

  18. John C says:

    Thunder Mixer just sounds like everybody getting together in the locker room before they taped that awful WCW show.

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