Hulk Hogan autograph signing on April 29th in City of Industry

Hulk Hogan will be doing a rare Southern California autograph signing on April 29, 2017 at the Sports Authentics Booth #217 at Frank & Sons Collectibles Show in City of Industry. Also appearing the same day at the Sports Authentics Booth will be Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat and “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart.

Hulk Hogan will be signing from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm and is charging $79.00 to sign a flat item (photograph, poster, etc.) and $99.00 for all other items. If you want an inscription it will cost $30.00 extra (and apparently will only write your choice of “WWE HOF 2005”, “Hulkamania, or “12x Champ”) and it is $99.00 to take a photo with The Hulkster.

Jimmy Hart will be signing at the same time as Hogan, and it will cost $20.00 for him to sign any object, and $15.00 for a photo opportunity.

Ricky Steamboat will only be appearing from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm and his prices are $29.00 for flats up to 8×10, $39.00 for all other items, $15.00 for inscriptions, and $29.00 for a photo. Steamboat will also be holding a pro-wrestling seminar at SoCal Pro Wrestling’s training facility in San Marcos the night before on April 28th for $65.00. The seminar is only open to current wrestlers and trainees. For more information on the seminar e-mail

Frank & Sons Collectibles Show opened in 1988 and has a long history with wrestling in Southern California. Alongside countless wrestler signings through the years Frank & Sons was once a venue for independent wrestling in the area as well. Revolution Pro, early AWS, and even the first PWG show were all held in the building. Bart Kapitzke’s Alternative Wrestling Shop, which was one of the biggest sources of getting videos from throughout the wrestling world in the days of VHS tapes, was located there as well.

Frank & Sons is located at 19649 San Jose Ave. in City of Industry, CA 91748. Advance tickets are available now at Booth #217 or by calling (909)613-9100. Mail in orders are also available.

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