|Fact-checking Hogan and Savage|
We are always trying to stay atop the facts underlying the rivalries consuming the WWF, and no rivalry has been more fascinating than the clash of personalities between Hulk Hogan and Randy "Macho Man" Savage. In the lead up to Wrestlemania V, Savage and Hogan have issued a series of statements, both direct-to-camera during talk-ups and during interviews with "Mean Gene" Okerlund, that are contentious and sometimes contradictory.
Here's what we've posted so far.
Wrestlers "Macho Man" Savage (left) and Hulk Hogan (right) trade barbs and accusations in the days leading up to Wrestlemania V.
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