History WesternAnimation / HulkHogansRockNWrestling

16th Apr '18 3:30:28 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* RealSongThemeTune: Inverted or played straight depending on how one looks at it. The song that would become Music/BonnieTyler's "Ravishing", first appeared as an instrumental on ''The Wrestling Album'' as Wrestling/HulkHogan's Theme, which was later used as the theme of this series. The Bonnie Tyler version[[note]]which was never released as a single[[/note]] appeared later in 1986 on her album ''Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire''.
16th Apr '18 3:17:37 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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** {{UpToEleven}} with Captain Lou. He literally lives to eat.

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** {{UpToEleven}} UpToEleven with Captain Lou. He literally lives to eat. In one episode where he has to struggle to lose weight to make his weigh-in for a match, he manages to get his weight down at the last second by going through his clothing and dropping a small mountain of food he'd stashed about his person.
16th Apr '18 3:08:28 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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The show went as followed: Wrestling/HulkHogan and a few other {{face}} [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] wrestlers (Wrestling/JunkyardDog, Wrestling/CaptainLouAlbano, Wrestling/AndreTheGiant, Wendi Richter, [[Wrestling/JimmySnuka Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka]], Wrestling/HillbillyJim, and Wrestling/TitoSantana) along with Mean Gene Okerlund, fought against several {{heel}} wrestlers, whom were led by Wrestling/RoddyPiper (Wrestling/TheIronSheik, Wrestling/NikolaiVolkoff, The Fabulous Moolah, Wrestling/BigJohnStudd, and Wrestling/MrFuji).

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The show went as followed: Wrestling/HulkHogan and a few other {{face}} [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] wrestlers (Wrestling/JunkyardDog, Wrestling/CaptainLouAlbano, Wrestling/AndreTheGiant, Wendi Richter, Wrestling/WendiRichter, [[Wrestling/JimmySnuka Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka]], Wrestling/HillbillyJim, and Wrestling/TitoSantana) along with Mean Gene Okerlund, fought against several {{heel}} wrestlers, whom were led by Wrestling/RoddyPiper (Wrestling/TheIronSheik, Wrestling/NikolaiVolkoff, The Fabulous Moolah, Wrestling/TheFabulousMoolah, Wrestling/BigJohnStudd, and Wrestling/MrFuji).
16th Mar '18 4:18:18 PM DeepthroatGhoul
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* BalletEpisode: "Ballet Buffoons".



* CampingEpisode: "A Lesson in Scouting".



* CircusEpisode: "Big Top Boobs".



* IndianBurialGround: "Rock n Zombies." Not indian, but the same idea.

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* IndianBurialGround: "Rock n Zombies." Not indian, Indian, but the same idea.
9th Dec '17 12:10:52 PM nombretomado
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'''''Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling''''' is a 1985 Creator/{{CBS}} cartoon series developed by Jeffrey Scott, produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment and Wrestling/{{WWE}}[[note]]then known as the WWF business of Titan Sports[[/note]], and animated by Creator/StudioShaft[[note]](Anime/NegimaSecondSeason, [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Madoka Magica]])[[/note]], Creator/HanhoHeungUp[[note]](WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades, WesternAnimation/SWATKats)[[/note]] and Creator/WangFilmProductions[[note]](WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}, most of TheDisneyAfternoon)[[/note]].

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'''''Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling''''' is a 1985 Creator/{{CBS}} cartoon series developed by Jeffrey Scott, produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment and Wrestling/{{WWE}}[[note]]then known as the WWF business of Titan Sports[[/note]], and animated by Creator/StudioShaft[[note]](Anime/NegimaSecondSeason, [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Madoka Magica]])[[/note]], Creator/HanhoHeungUp[[note]](WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades, WesternAnimation/SWATKats)[[/note]] and Creator/WangFilmProductions[[note]](WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}, most of TheDisneyAfternoon)[[/note]].
WesternAnimation/TheDisneyAfternoon)[[/note]].
1st Oct '17 8:11:59 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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* BagOfKidnapping: In "Superfly Express" a woman named Lenora is kidnapped by her cousin's men so that she can take her ring and take over her kingdom she then orders her men to get rid of her, Superfly later finds her in a sack amongst a pile of sacks full of potatoes.

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* BagOfKidnapping: In "Superfly Express" Express", a woman named Lenora is kidnapped by her cousin's men so that she can take her ring and take over her kingdom she then orders her men to get rid of her, Superfly later finds her in a sack amongst a pile of sacks full of potatoes.



* CorruptPolitician: One of the episodes has this as the lead antagonist.
* DietEpisode: "Captain Lou's Crash Diet"

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* CorruptPolitician: One of the episodes "Ballot Box Boneheads" has this as the lead antagonist.
* DietEpisode: "Captain Lou's Crash Diet"Diet".



* DrivingTest: The Iron Sheik went through one in one episode. Nikolai Volkoff was assisting him via a remote control (hidden in the engine)... but [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny it does not end well]].

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* DrivingTest: The Iron Sheik went through one in one episode."Driving Me Crazy". Nikolai Volkoff was assisting him via a remote control (hidden in the engine)... but [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny it does not end well]].



* MythologyGag: Possible: in the "Roddy Reforms" title card, Roddy is shown tossing daises out of a basket. The real-life Roddy Piper tossed daisies from a basket into the crowd in his debut match as a pro wrestler (against Larry Hennig).

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* MythologyGag: Possible: in In the "Roddy Reforms" title card, Roddy is shown tossing daises out of a basket. The real-life Roddy Piper tossed daisies from a basket into the crowd in his debut match as a pro wrestler (against Larry Hennig).



* SpinoffBabies: "Small But Mighty" was the word for one episode when the face wrestlers try Hillbilly Jim's secret-recipe chili sprinkled with some of his granny's magical herbs, and all the gang transform into 10-year-olds. Before all is said and done, young Hulk and his buddies are able to stop a car-stripping ring.

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* SpinoffBabies: "Small But Mighty" was the word for one episode when the face wrestlers try Hillbilly Jim's Junkyard Dog's secret-recipe chili sprinkled with some of his Hillbilly Jim's granny's magical herbs, and all the gang transform into 10-year-olds. Before all is said and done, young Hulk and his buddies are able to stop a car-stripping ring.



* TenLittleMurderVictims: The episode "Ten Little Wreslers," a rare episode where the Hogan-led faces and Piper-led heels are forced to work together to defeat a common enemy.

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* TenLittleMurderVictims: The episode "Ten Little Wreslers," Wrestlers," a rare episode where the Hogan-led faces and Piper-led heels are forced to work together to defeat a common enemy.


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* YourTomcatIsPregnant: "Small But Mighty" had Hulk and the gang trying to both retrieve Hulk's car and rescue Hillbilly Jim's pet raccoon Mortimer from a gang of car thieves. At the end, Mortimer is revealed to be female and haven given birth to cubs.
28th Nov '16 7:18:27 AM fruitstripegum
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* FridgeHorror: The "Amazons Just Wanna Have Fun" ending pretty much implies all the ladies were killed in the temple collapse. Pretty dark for a children's cartoon.
25th Nov '16 6:54:51 AM R.G.
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The show went as followed: Wrestling/HulkHogan and a few other {{face}} [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] wrestlers (Wrestling/JunkyardDog, Westling/CaptainLouAlbano, Wrestling/AndreTheGiant, Wendi Richter, [[Wrestling/JimmySnuka Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka]], Wrestling/HillbillyJim, and Wrestling/TitoSantana) along with Mean Gene Okerlund, fought against several {{heel}} wrestlers, whom were led by Wrestling/RoddyPiper (Wrestling/TheIronSheik, Wrestling/NikolaiVolkoff, The Fabulous Moolah, Wrestling/BigJohnStudd, and Wrestling/MrFuji).

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The show went as followed: Wrestling/HulkHogan and a few other {{face}} [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] wrestlers (Wrestling/JunkyardDog, Westling/CaptainLouAlbano, Wrestling/CaptainLouAlbano, Wrestling/AndreTheGiant, Wendi Richter, [[Wrestling/JimmySnuka Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka]], Wrestling/HillbillyJim, and Wrestling/TitoSantana) along with Mean Gene Okerlund, fought against several {{heel}} wrestlers, whom were led by Wrestling/RoddyPiper (Wrestling/TheIronSheik, Wrestling/NikolaiVolkoff, The Fabulous Moolah, Wrestling/BigJohnStudd, and Wrestling/MrFuji).
25th Nov '16 5:22:55 AM evilwillhunting
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* FridgeHorror: The "Amazons Just Wanna Have Fun" ending pretty much implies all the ladies were killed in the temple collapse. Pretty dark for a children's cartoon.
* HammerSpace: The intro sequence has all of Hogan's buddies (all *six* of them) popping up from the backseat when the heels menace Hogan. And it was obvious from previous shots that the backseat was empty.
* IndianBurialGround: "Rock n Zombies." Not indian, but the same idea.
* JerkAss: The heels, of course, are all creeps. Roddy Piper and Iron Sheik stand out in particular.


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* MythologyGag: Possible: in the "Roddy Reforms" title card, Roddy is shown tossing daises out of a basket. The real-life Roddy Piper tossed daisies from a basket into the crowd in his debut match as a pro wrestler (against Larry Hennig).


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* OOCisSeriousBusiness: In "Roddy Reforms," Roddy is brainwashed into being a good guy. Not only does it cause his fellow heels much concern, even Hulk Hogan is puzzled that Roddy can be nice.


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* StupidEvil: None of the heels are particularly bright, but Nikolai Volkoff is a moron even by their standards.
25th Nov '16 5:07:05 AM evilwillhunting
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* AnnoyingLaugh: Charlie Adler comes up with a doozy for Roddy Piper.


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** {{UpToEleven}} with Captain Lou. He literally lives to eat.
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