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September 08, 2004

P. Diddy TKO?

Hot on the heels of turning down a quarter-million dollar payday to appear at Wrestlemania 20, Hulk Hogan appeared on the MTV Video Music Awards and started an angle with none other than Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.

Hogan was at the VMA's helping promote his daughter Brooke's new single. Combs had challenged Hogan to wrestle him for a million dollars, likely seeing it as a funny throwaway line. He clearly had no clue who he was dealing with, as Hogan definitely knows an opportunity for himself when he sees one, so, after trashing Randy Savage, Hulkster then moved onto the big game by going after P. Diddy:

"I know a million dollars ain't that big of a hit to him. So if he's gonna get beat up, he might as well make it a hundred million dollars. I can't ever lose in front of my daughter. But I've got a lot of respect for (P. Diddy). I saw him run for those kids in New York. So it's all good. If it's a million dollars for the kids, if he wants to put that up, I'll let him beat me."


Posted by Lawren at September 8, 2004 07:10 AM

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