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Hulk Hogan Is Reportedly Making a Return to WWE

  • Plans to bring Hulk Hogan back to the squared circle are reportedly underway. – TMZ
  • Taylor Swift just made this revelation about her upcoming tour! – Just Jared Jr
  • Is there anything Rihanna can’t master? – Lainey Gossip
  • Did you catch what Kris Jenner said about Kanye West? – TooFab
  • Is this Jersey Shore relationship being sabotaged? – MTV
  • Season 14 of Grey’s Anatomy is ending in the best way! – Popsugar

Hulk Hogan Has Good News About Ric Flair

  • Here’s an update on Ric Flair‘s condition after a medical emergency – TMZ
  • Jake T. Austin talks about his favorite role so far – Just Jared Jr
  • Idris Elba is on crutches – Lainey Gossip
  • There are so many Taylor Swift conspiracy theories – TooFab
  • Can Disney create a Netflix of sports? – The Hollywood Reporter

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Hulk Hogan Settles Gawker Lawsuit for $31 Million

Hulk Hogan has settled his sex tape lawsuit with Gawker for $31 million, the New York Times has confirmed.

According to court documents, the settlement comes eight months after courts awarded Hulk Hogan $140 million in damages after the site posted a sex tape of him.

“After four years of litigation funded by a billionaire with a grudge going back even further, a settlement has been reached,” Gawker founder Nick Denton wrote in a blog post. “The saga is over. Hogan’s retirement will be comfortable.”

“As with any negotiation for resolution, all parties have agreed it is time to move on,” David Houston, Hulk‘s lawyer, said in a statement.

Hulk Hogan Responds to News of Gawker.com Shutting Down

Hulk Hogan has taken to Twitter to respond to the news that Gawker.com is shutting down following his victory in a lawsuit against the website.

The 63-year-old former pro wrestler seemingly took credit for the site’s fall after he was awarded $140 million from the media company. “They messed with the wrong guy brother HH,” he said.

Hogan sued the website for invasion of privacy after it posted a sex tape featuring the wrestler.

Univision has announced plans to buy Gawker Media, which includes websites such as io9 and Gizmodo, for $135 million. The company plans on shutting down Gawker, though.

Hulk Hogan Speaks Out After Winning Trial Against Gawker

Hulk Hogan is speaking out for the first time after winning $140 million in a lawsuit against Gawker.

The 62-year-old former wrestler sued the media company for posting a sex tape filmed without his consent.

“I was relieved that people actually finally believe me,” Hulk told People. “So many people thought I was making a sex tape to sell as entertainment.”

Hogan says he didn’t realize until after he had left the courtroom that he had been awarded the huge monetary sum, some of which was later added in more damages.

The reason Hulk went through with the lawsuit was to “let people know what Gawker is all about, come what may and that means no matter what. I think I accomplished that, whether I win or lose or get rewarded with some type of financial assistance or not. At the end of the day, I accomplished my mission and that was to let people know what Gawker is doing and that they’re not legitimate journalists and this is not trying to destroy the First Amendment – we’re trying to protect the First Amendment.”

“It was an invasion of privacy and it was just something I wanted people to know that this is not right,” Hogan added. “It was never about trying to destroy – it was about trying to make things the way they were supposed to be.”