WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan’s son, Nick Hogan, is known throughout the pro wrestling world for his appearances on Hogan Knows Best, and so much more. Now, he is in some hot water with the authorities, and he has a day in court coming up.

Nick Hogan was arrested on DUI in Florida, and he spent some time behind bars. Now, we are getting more information about the arrest, and it was quite a situation.

PW Insider reported that Nick Hogan will be arraigned for misdemeanor DUI on December 18th. There are no further updates at this time.

Nicolas Bollea aka Nick Hogan, the son of WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan, will be arraigned for misdemeanor DUI on 12/18 at 9 AM, PWInsider.com has learned.


As we previously reported, Nick Hogan judged a bikini contest at his father’s establishment prior to getting behind the wheel. He was picked up by authorities a short time later.

Nick’s recent DUI arrest has drawn significant attention, particularly because of his prior involvement in a widely-documented car accident in Clearwater, FL during his teenage years. In that incident, Nick was driving with his friend, John Graziano, who sustained a severe brain injury. Nick entered a no-contest plea for reckless driving causing serious bodily injury, leading to an 8-month sentence related to the accident. Additionally, the Graziano family had filed a lawsuit against the Hogans in connection with the incident, eventually resulting in an out-of-court settlement.

We are hoping for a positive resolution to this case. Nick Hogan obviously made a terrible decision, and now he is paying for it. As of this writing, Hulk Hogan has not provided a comment on the matter.

Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more on this story and so many more in the pro wrestling world. Nick Hogan has a lot to think about right now as he waits for that December 18th court date.

What’s your take on this situation with Nick Hogan’s arrest? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

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