Hulk Hogan pays tribute to "Mean" Gene Okerlund: Raw, Jan. 7, 2019

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  • Published on:  Monday, January 7, 2019
  • The Hulkster returns to celebrate the life and career of his longtime friend, "Mean" Gene Okerlund.#RawGET YOUR 1st MONTH of WWE NETWORK for FREE: WWE on YouTube for more exciting action!---------------------------------------------------------------------Subscribe to WWE on YouTube: out for news and updates: the latest Superstar gear at WWEShop: out our other channels!---------------------------------------------The Bella Twins: Divas: on Social Media------------------------------------Twitter:


  • Vikashar  5 months ago

    He was the right person to do this. The only person.

  • Irish man  9 days ago

    Yes weather people like him or not he was the only choice.

  • Nate The Great  9 days ago

    The only choice!

  • Thomas Muller  5 months ago

    I think WWE did the right thing by bringing Hulk Hogan back to honor his best friend. He & Mean Gene were so close together & I could only imagine how hard this is for Hulk Hogan right now. Most of his interviews were done by Mean Gene Okerlund. Just hearing him say "WELL LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING, MEAN GENE!" one more time just made most of my childhood comeback. Like I said, I truly believe that WWE did the right thing by bringing Hulk Hogan back to honor Mean Gene Okerlund.

  • BAAWA Knight  4 months ago

    Hulk Hogan walked down to the ring; in the ring it was Terry Bollea. You could see the age; you could see the hurt. And that's ok, because they are real people; they're not just characters, and you can't kayfabe this. It was classy and heartfelt; it was real and it was raw. It was the right way--it was the only way--to honor Mean Gene.

  • Austin Dickerson  9 days ago

    In memory of “Mean” Gene Okerlund 1942 — 2019

  • Willem  3 months ago

    He puts on his glasses back so that people won't see his teary eyes.

  • DarkNinja  1 months ago

    @AmirPlayZ I think I know why the rock got teary when he said home because he probably had a hard time because this one video I watched said that the rock was homeless so that's probably why

  • AmirPlayZ  1 months ago

    Just like the Rock (i think) when he says Home

  • Warhead 808  5 months ago

    Dang hulk Hogan’s like the last of his kind

  • Gabe Carter  2 months ago

    jerry lawler

  • THE DARK LORD  2 months ago

    Don't forget about good ol Ric Flair

  • 80sbabytothecore1  5 months ago

    Feels like I’m a kid growing up in the 80s all over again.

  • Nate The Great  9 days ago

    Still waiting for Hulk Hogan's Rock N Wrestling and Superstars of Wrestling to come on!

  • Seclusionloner  25 days ago

    Born in 82. Love WWF golden era and attitude era

  • The Universe Galaxy  5 months ago

    Let me tell you something mean gene

  • Itz MovieTIME  1 months ago


  • Soumyadip Biswas  2 months ago

    Thank you, Gene Mean.

  • Paul Blart Mall Cop  5 months ago

    WWE: lets honor Mean Gene with a 10 bell saluteHalf the crowd: Perfect time to pull out my phone

  • VistaRecordsBoard  5 months ago

    Hulk did a great job of paying tribute to the man who was the very best at what he did. Mean Gene Okerlund set the bar when it comes to doing wrestler interviews, and no one since has ever been able to clear it. Gene has been missed for over 15 years as a regular part of wrestling broadcasting, and with him gone that just brings home how much he will be missed going forward. What's been missing from WWE for the last decade and a half? The kayfabe gravitas that Mean Gene brought to the promo spots. ...

  • Matt Malandraz  1 months ago

    Only at Summerslam he was kinda bad for the malediction lol

  • Matthew Slama  4 months ago

    Anyone who can do a promo with Savage is a legend