Hogan is lending his likeness to a "Hulkamania" slot machine. A percentage of the revenues will be donated to Dreamseekers, a new NIGA organization that will help Indian youth.
"This going to be the best slot machine in Indian Country," NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr., a member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, said to a large crowd of tribal members and Hulkamaniacs.
Stevens, a former boxer, didn't say much about the project other than to challenge Hogan to a match. The wrestler declined--noting Stevens' relative youth and "good looks." Both plan to talk more about the venture during the final keynote of G2E today.
But..."the strangest coupling in the history of Indian Country"? I doubt it. Readers of Newspaper Rock have seen many strange couplings in the last year or two.
If you want a strange coupling, how about the infamous NFL SUPERPRO #6 comic book, in which a football superhero battles criminal "kachinas" to save a Hopi ice skater? Now that's strange.