Hulk Hogan's MCW

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  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 4.3  (60)

Hulk Hogan's MCW is a reality television show centered around the life of former professional wrestler and TV personality Hulk Hogan. This show originally aired on truTV in 2011 and follows Hogan as he manages his own professional wrestling promotion, the Micro Championship Wrestling (MCW) league.

The show depicts the daily routines and challenges Hogan faces as he takes on the roles of CEO, promoter, trainer and even occasional wrestler. The show provides a raw and entertaining insight into the business of professional wrestling and dynamic lifestyle of Hogan.

Throughout the series, viewers witness Hogan managing his ambitious MCW team with the objective of making the league a success. Specifically, he is responsible for scouting new talent, creating events, establishing storyline arcs, and ultimately convincing MCW's predominantly redneck and often rowdy fanbase that his product is worth their attendance.

The series primarily takes place in the United States, and follows Hogan as he juggles his role within the industry with his personal life. The show provides a fresh perspective on this industry and a glimpse into the sheer dedication Hogan possesses in his quest to succeed.

The show is broken down into several episodes, each with its own unique theme. We watch as Hogan manages his team of wrestlers, known as the Micro Athletes, quirky individuals who come in all shapes and sizes. The micro wrestlers are generally smaller versions of traditional pro wrestlers, many of whom have overcome obstacles such as health issues or attitudes of others surrounding their physique.

Additionally, Hogan interacts with his family, including his ex-wife Linda Hogan, his daughter Brooke, and his son Nick. While the focus on these characters is minor, they remain an important aspect of Hogan's life and the show's overarching narrative.

As Hogan balances his personal and professional life, he becomes a relatable character. Today, he is undeniably one of the most iconic wrestlers of all time, and the show reflects the dedication and drive that led to his success.

Moreover, Hogan's MCW offers an insight into the American culture and specifically the suburbia lifestyle. It shows us a slice of everyday life that many may not be familiar with, making it refreshingly relatable for those who hail from similar communities.

The show is also shot entirely in a reality TV format, which is now popular due to its raw nature and candid interviews. The views, reactions, and actions of Hogan are not scripted in any way, providing viewers with a true sense of what happens within the industry, making it a must-watch for pro wrestling enthusiasts.

As a whole, the program manages to present wrestling in an engaging and enjoyable fashion. It showcases wrestlers who have battled their way to the top, who do not resemble those in WWE or other major promotions, who have to make a living any way they can, blowing up makeshift rings in the back of truck stops or wowing crowds at county fairs.

In conclusion, Hulk Hogan's MCW is an entertaining and enjoyable show that any avid viewer of wrestling will enjoy. It offers a refreshingly relatable perspective on the industry while providing insight into the life and work of one of the industry's most successful and innovative figures. The show provides valuable content to the whole family and showcases that even after an era has passed, wrestling continues to be as thrilling and entertaining as it has always been!

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All Out Three for All
5. All Out Three for All
October 12, 2011
The female wrestlers are able to prove they have what it takes to be professionals. But with a new team member joining someone may be out of a job.
Fight Club Fallout
4. Fight Club Fallout
October 5, 2011
Blixx and Justice revert to the past and set up a rogue event to show Sampson he's not as tough as he thinks. But a terrible accident turns the tide and a star of the MCW lands in the Emergency Room.
When the Gloves Come Off
3. When the Gloves Come Off
September 28, 2011
Blixx arch nemesis joins the MCW. A decade of trouble between the two picks up right where it left off and Blixx is about to lose more than just his lunch.
Johnny on the Spot
2. Johnny on the Spot
September 21, 2011
It's Spring Break so Hulk and the MCW head to Panama City, FL for a vacation. The source of Johnny's bad attitude is finally revealed, but not before his shocking secret brings the MCW to its knees.
Half the Size, Twice the Violence
1. Half the Size, Twice the Violence
September 14, 2011
Hulk Hogan knows two things: wrestling and business. So when he sees potential in Johnny Greene's struggling MCW league, he makes an offer that could potentially be life-changing.
  • Premiere Date
    September 14, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    4.3  (60)