Before Hulk Hogan starred in the embarrassing reality TV show that eventually tore apart his entire family, the man with the 24-inch pythons actually had his own Saturday morning cartoon called Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling. In the ultimate sign of laziness, Hogan didn't even appear in the show; his character was instead voiced by future Everybody Loves Raymond star Brad Garrett. That doesn't stop us from absolutely loving this thing, though.

The show itself was somewhat similar to Hogan’s antics inside the WWF ring, except that there wasn’t a copious amount of cocaine and gorilla hormones coursing through the veins of these animated characters. Each episode revolved around Hogan and his gang of do-gooders, such as the Junkyard Dog, Andre The Giant, and Jimmy Snuka, going up against the evil Rowdy Roddy Piper and the Iron Sheik.

Tell us that a live-action version of the Hulkster's cartoon wouldn't be boss. Watching a 60-plus Hulk Hogan mop the floor with a cast of washed-up wrestlers would be epic. Unfortunately, Andre the Giant has since passed on to that great wrestling ring in the sky, but, hey, that’s what CGI is for.