The day after she was unveiled as the new figurehead and leader of TNA Wrestling’s Knockouts Division, Brooke Hogan offered her first piece of advice the female wrestlers: “Don’t listen to my advice.”
“I have no wisdom to give you — neither about wrestling nor about success in showbiz generally,” she said during her inaugural speech to TNA’s female roster.
“Please, whatever you do, don’t listen to me,” she added. “I got nuthin'”
Much hullabaloo was made on Impact Wrestling this week about Hogan’s appointment as the on-screen authority figure and backstage consultant to the Knockouts Division — a transparent case of blatant nepotism orchestrated by her father, wrestling legend Hulk Hogan.
Brooke, who has no in-ring experience and has attained only middling fame as a reality-TV brat and vapid pop tart, was forthright with the Knockouts about her inability to impart any useful guidance.
“All I can tell you is that it really, really pays to have a famous father paving the way for you,” she told the Knockouts. “Otherwise, I’m stumped.”
Brooke hopes her role in TNA Wrestling will help boost her acting career, which most recently included a role in the film called — we kid you not — Two-Headed Shark Attack.