Hulk Hogan sends World Cup good luck video message to USA

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Hulk Hogan is gearing up for the World Cup 2014 clash between USA and Germany on Thursday, and he had a special good luck message for his nation.

Group G will be decided in the early kick-offs this afternoon and all the teams - Germany, USA, Ghana and Portugal - have a chance to qualify if results go their way. Portugal will be hoping superstar Cristiano Ronaldo can push them to their first victory of the tournament in the match with Ghana, but the other tie is the key game.

Suspicions of a tie

USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann will be going up against Joachim Löw, who was his assistant when the former Germany international was in charge of the national side when they hosted the 2006 World Cup and succeeded him.

A draw between the two teams will see both go through and has led to many suggesting Klinsmann and Löw coming to an agreement before the match to keep it unexciting, but the former has insisted that will not happen and that his side are intending to go for the victory that will take them to the top of the group.

Wrestling legend "pumped up"

However, former WWE Heavyweight champion Hogan is more than confident the side led by captain Clint Dempsey will have more than enough to defeat the favourites. Hogan claims he is "pumped up" about the game and predicts USA to "pound them down to the ground" before they eventually "wipe out" Germany.

Hulk Hogan conveys some serious energy in his video message and Germany could well be in trouble if the USA team can match the man that spawned Hulkamania - in fact, it's impossible to do it justice in words, so watch the video yourself below...

WATCH: Hulk Hogan give Germany some trash talk ahead of clash with USA

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