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Hulk Hogan Describes Recent Baptism as ‘Greatest Day of My Life’

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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Hall of Famer and retired professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, whose real name is Terry Gene Bollea, shared a video on social media Wednesday (Dec. 20) of him and some of his family members getting baptized.

“Total surrender and dedication to Jesus is the greatest day of my life. No worries, no hate, no judgment…only love,” Hogan captioned alongside the video and images he posted of him and his wife, Sky Daily, getting baptized. The 70-year-old Hogan married Daily (45) earlier this September. This is Hogan’s third marriage. Also pictured in Hogan’s photos are two children who appear to be Daily’s from her previous marriage.

In the video, Hulk Hogan can be seen baptizing his wife alongside Aaron Filippone of Indian Rocks Baptist Church in Largo, FL.

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Hulk Hogan’s Faith

The WWE superstar has always been open about his faith, sharing in interviews and on social media how he accepted Christ as his savior when he was a teenager.

This past Easter, Hogan posted:

I accepted Christ as my savior at 14yrs old, and the training, prayers and vitamins kept me in the game but now that I am one with God, the main event theme of surrender, service and love makes me the Real Main Event that can slam any giant of any size through the power of my Lord and Savior and so it is, even now brother, AMEN!

Hogan encountered some controversial situations throughout his career, one being the scandal of steroid use in the WWE, and another being a leaked sex tape that was secretly recorded of him in the early 2000s and later leaked online.

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“As long as I made the right choice and followed my faith more than what people were saying, more than what the newspapers or tabloids were saying, and didn’t get sucked into that. None of that stuff is real,” Hogan said in a video regarding how he relies on his faith to get him through tough times. “The only thing that is really real is the stuff that’s going to last forever. Your faith and your belief in God and knowing that once you’re a Christian, you’ve accepted Christ as your savior, you’re not gonna perish but have everlasting life.”

“That belief in itself and that faith,” he added, “is what’s pretty much the only thing that’s real to me.”