According to legal experts closely following Hulk Hogan’s $100 million lawsuit against Gawker, Hogan is “very likely” to win the case by delivering the big boot, followed up by a devastating legdrop.
Five days into the trial, Hogan seems to be outmatched against the dastardly heel website, which posted in 2012 a secretly recorded video showing him having sex.
But scholars of jurisprudence predict that, just as the cross-examination becomes the most gruelling, Hogan will rally back by shaking his head, breathing heavily, and stomping wild-eyed around the courtroom — or “hulking up,” to use legal jargon.
Although Gawker’s lawyers will attempt to pummel Hogan with unrelenting questions and cagey rhetoric, experts say the verbal barbs will not faze the Hulkster, who will turn the tables, fuelled by the energy coming from the packed gallery of trial-a-maniacs.
After Hogan delivers the big boot and legdrop to the editors of Gawker, the judge will bang the gavel — one, two, three — and Hogan will celebrate the victory with a courtroom posedown.