Someone Bought This: Hulk Hogan Right Guard print ad

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Hulk Hogan Right Guard print ad

We’ve covered Hulk’s Right Guard commercial before but now you can own this print ad for the deodorant that probably ran in WWF Magazines in 1992.

The Amazon listing says it’s a “Unique Gift”.

Indeed it is!

Why not buy it for yourself or a fellow wrestling fan and help support WrestleCrap in the process?

You could even frame it and hang it on the wall. Anything less would be uncivilized!

You’ve got to hand it to the ad agency who came up with this print ad and the commercial- 20 years later, the ad and the slogan are still something many of us remember.

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9 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Hulk Hogan Right Guard print ad"
  1. Zane U. Pasley says:

    I have the Hulk Hogan Right Guard tee shirt. I was featured on “Someone Bought This” about 5 years ago when Blade and R.D. saw me at a legends show in Kokomo, IN.

  2. John says:

    I have a feeling that a certain Hulkamaniac named Ed Leslie always put the Right Guard on his Hulkster plastic chair just so he has his scent. Then Brother Bruti and his Hulk chair sit together and have a lovely tea party. “Remember that time we were the main event at WrestleMania 9, that was so cool. What’s that Hulk another crumpet? Why yes I did bake them myself, how thoughtful of you to notice. Maybe we can try for the belts again someday, sure of course you may have more tea.”

  3. CBCB says:

    Hogan should’ve used the deodorant on his movies to keep them from stinkin’ up the theater.

  4. Larry L says:

    Thanks to this ad, the phrase “odoriforous eminations” (sic), is now a permanent part of our lexicon.

  5. Jeremy says:

    Ah memories, I still remember that Right Guard ad like it was yesterday, as well as the WrestleMania 8 Hotline featuring interviews with Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Randy Savage and other superstars (poor Sid gets classified as ‘other superstars’)

  6. 80's Guy says:

    I actually found one of these in an old magazine and took it out of there. It’s not quite this pose, but it’s one of his Right Guard ads.

    I guess I’d better explain. I acquired some old Playboys on the super cheap, and it started my hobby of taking old ads and putting them in plastic sleeves in binders. Cool old ads, unique ads, or just ads to show the difference in things (such as electronics and vehicles) over the years.

    Hey, it’s better than cooking meth, right? Don’t judge me.

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