Hulk Hogan’s Florida Mansion Finally Sold, Update On Rob Van Dam
— Following months of inactivity, Rob Van Dam returned to TNA Wrestling programming on Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling. He was added to the Garett Bischoff led team for the Lethal Lockdown match at TNA Lockdown. PWInsider.com reports RVD is back full time and will be promoted as a top star going forward. You can view videos from this week’s edition of Impact Wrestling at this link.
— The minister who conducted Eric Young and ODB’s wedding on Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling is a Florida based actor.
— After several years on the market, Hulk Hogan’s Belleair Estate at 130 Willadel Drive in Florida was sold Friday for $6.2 million. He originally listed the 17,000-square-foot waterfront estate for $25 million five years ago. Hogan took the home off the market but listed it again in 2010 for $10.9 million. The asking price was dropped again to $8.9 million.
When Hogan originally purchased the property in 1992, he had the existing structure demolished and cleared. The next four years were spent constructing a grand European-inspired estate with German influence. The home was showcased on the hit VH1 reality series Hogan Knows Best.