Hulk Hogan is apparently launching a web hosting business named Hostamania. An ad for the Hostamania service just got published and its on the way to go viral. Hulk Hogan in a thong on a wrecking ball is all what it takes.
Hulk Hogan Ad Makes fun of Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball Video
Wrestling star Hulk Hogan is launching a web hosting business named Hostamania. To promote the serviceHulk Hogan stars in a video that takes swings at the new GoDaddy Van Damme commercials and also takes on Miley Cyrus. In the video below you can see Hulk Hogan swinging on a wrecking ball like Miley. Thank god he is not naked, but he wears a very revealing thong, so be warned.
The motivation for Hulk to open up a web hosting service is that he is fed up with web hosts that overcharge and under-deliver, so he's starting his own hosting company - powered by 24-inch pythons. Would you want to be hosted by the Hulk? The Hostamania ad is though very funny watch it below now. It has already over 200,000 views.
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