Morgan Confronts Hulk Hogan At Store Opening - 28th
1,000 people attended the grand opening of Hulk Hogan's
Beach Shop in Clearwater, Florida yesterday. Wrestling
stars in attendance included Samoa Joe, Jimmy Hart,
Jeremy Borash and Joseph Park.
filmed an angle with Matt Morgan at the store. Borash
was in the middle of interviewing Hogan when Morgan
came through the crowd and confronted Hogan. They
had words and Morgan grabbed a piece of Hogan memorabilia
off the wall and walked out with it.
is a state located in the southeastern region of the
United States, bordering Alabama to the northwest
and Georgia to the northeast. Much of the land mass
of the state is a large peninsula with the Gulf of
Mexico to the west and south, and the Atlantic Ocean
to the east. Most of Florida has a humid subtropical
climate; southern Florida has a tropical climate.
Florida was named by Juan Ponce de León, who
landed on the peninsula on April 2, 1513. Florida
is the fourth most populous state in the U.S.
research indicates that Florida had been inhabited
for thousands of years before any European settlements.
Of the many indigenous peoples, the largest known
were the Ais, the Apalachee, the Calusa, the Timucua
and the Tocobago tribes.
"Florida" is the oldest surviving European
place-name in the U.S. Juan Ponce de León,
conquistador, named Florida in honor of his discovery
of the land on the evening April 2, 1513, six days
after Easter and still during Pascua Florida, a Spanish
term for the "Flowery Easter" season, and
for the land's appearance as a "flowered land."
"It was named for these two reasons." (Juan
Ponce de León may not have been the first European
to reach Florida; according to one report, at least
one indigenous tribesman who he encountered in Florida
in 1513 spoke Spanish.) From that date forward, the
land became known as "La Florida," although
after 1630 Tegesta (after the Tequesta tribe) was
throughout the 1700s an alternate name of choice for
the Florida peninsula following publication of a map
by the Dutch cartographer Hessel Gerritsz in Joannes
de Laet's History of the New World.