Hulk Hogan Settles Divorce, Does No Victory Dance

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You know what's the best? Winning stuff. Especially when there's money involved! And everybody knows the best way to celebrate a victory: rip off your shirt, flex, and then do a little dance.

Which is why we were a little disappointed in Hulk Hogan today. Sure, settling a court case isn't technically a win. But sometimes it kind of is. I mean, consider the way this one could have cleaned him out.

Instead of celebrating the case's end the right way, Hulk stood on the court steps in Clearwater this morning and gave us... nothin'! Not even a little Cabbage Patch for old time's sake.

According to the AP, both Hulk Hogan and his ex-wife, Linda Bollea, say "they want to put aside months of bitterness and get on with their lives." Says Linda: "The war is over."

In life, I think we can all agree there are appropriate ways to respond to a victory and there are BORING ways. So, whatever, Hulk. We are so taking your poster off our wall.

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