Netflix Owns Hulk Hogan's Gawker Documentary

Whatcha gonna do when Netflix subscribers will be watching a wild documentary on you, brother? That's a question for Hulk Hogan to answer.

The disgraced former WWE legend and icon sued Gawker for $115 million after they posted an adult tape of him and a friend's wife. The two parties later reached a $31 million settlement. Now, Netflix will be sharing the documentary of Hogan's battle against Gawker.

Per The Hollywood Reporter (via WrestleZone), Netflix acquired the "Nobody Speak" documentary. Here's more information:

"Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to the documentary Nobody Speak: Hulk Hogan, Gawker and Trials of a Free Press, which chronicles the court case and fallout of the legal battle between media company Gawker and the former WWE star...

Brian Knappenberger directed the film that follows one of the most high-profile legal dramas of 2016, which ended with a $115 million pay day for Hogan and an eleventh-hour reveal that his legal fees were secretly being paid by Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel."

Not sure about you, but I think I'm going to deliver a Leg Drop on my plans for the day and watch that documentary instead.

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