Hulk Hogan's biceps are billed as being 24 inches around. He refers to them as his "twenty four inch pythons" when doing promotional materials for his matches.
Born on August 11, 1958 as Terrance Eugene Bollea, Hulk Hogan started working out at 14. However, it wasn't until he became a wrestling fan at 16 that he started seriously pursuing body building in order to match the physiques of his heroes. He was once known for standing at six foot seven inches at 302 pounds and bench pressing over 550 pounds. He picked up the name "Hulk" when he was on a talk show with Lou Ferrigno and a comparison between the two were made.