"The following contest is between two of the biggest superstars in the history of professional wrestling..."
That was Christy Hemme introducing the main event of the Bound for Glory pay-per-view (PPV) back in 2011, TNA's answer to WWE's WrestleMania. In the biggest show of the year, two geriatric men went at it in one of the worst worked match-ups in pro wrestling history.
Hogan was so beat up he could barely take a bump and, in fact, he may have only taken two or three in total. It was mostly punch, punch, kick, rake to the eyes, low blow, punch, punch offense. Ric Flair was also brought in to help distract from how awful the match was. The finish sees Sting administer one of the worst Scorpion Death Lock's ever witnessed, as Hogan's back was so mangled the move couldn't properly be applied.
Admittedly enough, the post-match angle, Immortal beating down Garett Bischoff and Sting until Hogan turned babyface and hulked up to take them all out, was somewhat special if only because the crowd was so very hot for it.
The best part of the entire video, though, might be the bump Eric Bischoff takes off a Hogan punch at the 17:58 mark. He looks like one of the villains from the old Super Double Dragon game for SNES after Billy and Jimmy put the boots to them.