GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal appeared on the latest webisode of "Challenge Hulk Hogan", challenging the 58-year-old wrestling legend to make up a song on the spot. You can now check out the results below.
A couple of years ago, Hulk Hogan told Chicago Trubune's "About Last Night" column that he played bass guitar in high school and that he tried to get back into music even after making it big in wrestling.
"I was in England presenting an award with Jerry Hall, Mick Jagger's ex, and she told me THE [ROLLING] STONES were looking for a bass player," Hogan said. "I sent her a ton of merchandise that she asked for and said 'Tell Mick I'm a great bass player.' I never heard a word back.
"When METALLICA was looking for a bass player, I called and never heard a word back from them either. I would have quit wrestling in a heartbeat to be a bass player for METALLICA.
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