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Various News: Hulk Hogan Claims He Has A New Reality TV Show Coming, Update On TNA Game, US and Iran Come Together Over Olmypics, More

February 23, 2013 | Posted by Joseph Lee

- Hulk Hogan claims he has a new realty TV show being set up.

He tweeted: “Very grateful for attracting a new reality show where I get to work with family and a few good friends that always wanted to be in show biz. I’ll keep the Maniacs updated during the hard work make it real process.

He also responded to a question about “bashing” Bret Hart in an interview. He said: “Didn’t bash him, but its funny how the interviewer changes words when he writes the story to sell it to you or anyone that believes anything that is written, but I understand that is the only view you are getting of the situation.

- There is new information on TNA’s talks with Activision for a new video game. The discussion is at a “semi-advanced stage” for Activision to acquire the license. If a deal is agreed upon, the new game will likely be ready in time for the Playstation 4.

- “Mean” Gene Okerlund was interviewed by NBC affiliate TMJ in Milwaukee about his appearance with Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler for a “Tales From the Ring” Q&A appearance at Potawatomi Casino this weekend.

- Jim Ross talked about the Road to Wrestlemania, including it being “hard to fathom” Wrestlemania without The Undertaker during his weekly appearance on Yahoo Sports Radio with Sean Pendergast.

- ABC has a story in which the US and Iran are coming together over the International Olympic Committee banning wrestling from the Summer Olympics starting in 2020.

Credit: PW Torch

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