Someone Bought This: Signed Hulk Hogan WWF turnbuckle pad

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Crapper Boz writes:

Searching ebay for a Hulk Hogan camera (don’t tell the other half though) and stumbled on this – I mean come on, its 2 grand off! 😉

Wow! I love those old school WWF logo turnbuckles!

Hulk Hogan signed turnbuckle eBay auciton price

That’s actually not too bad a price! Let’s look at the description and some more pictures…

Hulk Hogan signed turnbuckle description

Here’s Hulk posing with it so you know it’s legit!

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There you go, Crappers! Get it now!

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13 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Signed Hulk Hogan WWF turnbuckle pad"
  1. John C says:

    If I am going to spend money on a turnbuckle pad like that it had better be from George “The Animal” Steele, thank you very much.

  2. BaltoJim says:

    “You save: US $2000.00!”

    I can beat that. I’ll save $4999.99 by not buying it….

  3. Mike Hunt says:

    Looks like a signed dirty diaper.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Why do so many people think Hulk Hogan’s autograph is worth so much money? I have no doubt that you could sell most things wrestling related if they had his autograph on them, but people on eBay act like he’s the most famous celebrity ever or something.

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Um, he’s the most famous wrestler in the history of wrestling…

      • Anonymous says:

        His autograph could easily net you hundreds of dollars; I don’t doubt that. But four digits? Or even the upper three digit range is ridiculous.

  5. Robert Paulsen says:

    Autographed wrestling stuff can sell for high prices. I remember a few years ago someone was selling a wrestling boot on Ebay worn by Ric Flair from a long time ago and the price was very high.

  6. the14thlistener says:

    I didn’t know he signed things as “Terry Bollea.”

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Me neither, actually…

    • AK says:

      I’m guessing he does it to protect against fake autographs. Heck, give me maybe 15 minutes and I can sign a random something with Hulk Hogan’s signature and try to sell it.

      Worked when I sold forged autograph hockey cards..Oops now I typed too much.

  7. Alexandru says:

    While can completely understand why an autograph from Hogan would fetch a high price, not to mention a vintage turnbuckle pad is unique 2,000, let alone 5,000, is beyond ridiculous. I mean at that price I hope the turnbuckle pad is filled with jewels as a hidden bonus

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Here’s the thing, though- how many other Hogan signed turnbuckles have you seen?

  8. MrMaddog says:

    I once asked George “The Animal” Steel to sign a turnbuckle, but he ate it… :

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