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Hulk Hogan shreds Tim Tebow jersey on ESPN's SportsNation (VIDEO)

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How to take the Tim Tebow hype to the next level? Call in a professional. That's what SportsNation's Colin Cowherd and Michelle Beadle did when they turned to Hulk Hogan, who went into one of his trademark rants before ripping a Tebow jersey to shreds. If the media overload is already at this level more than a week before Tebow takes the field as the Broncos' starting QB, imagine what it'll be like at game-time. Check out the video below.

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