Sorry, fanboy faggots Hulk Hogan admits during Gawker trial he lied about the size of his penis BY Jon Silman, Stephen Rex Brown NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Tuesday, March 8, 2016, 1:30 PM Hulk Hogan had 24-inch pythons — but he didn’t have a 10-inch penis. The wrestler admitted on the witness stand Tuesday that he’d exaggerated the size of his manhood, while an attorney for Gawker sought to make the case the wrestler’s boorish bragging indicated he’d chosen to make his private life public. “I do not have a 10-inch penis, I do not, seriously. Terry Bollea’s penis is not 10 inches,” Hogan said, using his real name. WRESTLER JOEY RYAN FINISHES OFF OPPONENT USING HIS PENIS The embarrassing concession came on the second day of the racy trial in St. Petersburg, Fla., pitting Hogan against Gawker for posting a video of the legendary wrestler having sex with the then-wife of his former best friend, radio shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge. Heather Kennedy Hulk Hogan said on the stand he had lied about his manhood. Hogan sued the site for $100 million in 2012. The former WWE champ boasted about his shoe size before hinting at the length of another appendage in a 2006 interview with Bubba. “So you were discussing Hulk Hogan’s penis?” Gawker attorney Michael Sullivan asked. “Yeah, because Terry Bollea doesn't have a 10-inch penis,” Hogan replied. Boyzell Hosey/AP Hulk Hogan sought to draw a distinction between his in-ring persona and private life. Sullivan also grilled Hogan on other cringe-inducing interviews with Howard Stern in which the legend of the squared circle openly discussed his sexual exploits. "I was in character. I embellished a little bit about the number of women. I was totally Hulk Hogan — I wasn't at home in my private house,” Hogan said. Sullivan even showed the jury a highlight from the former WWE champ’s reality show, “Hogan Knows Best,” in which he was filmed sitting on a toilet, showing his rear end. But Hogan insisted there was a huge distinction between his in-ring persona and his private life. “Having Hulk Hogan's rear end up there, I didn't think that was invasive of Terry Bollea's privacy,” he said. He said articles about the existence of the sex tape — and even a barrage of questions about the sex tape — were acceptable to him. “My problem is the video tape that you guys put out. It lives forever on the Internet,” he said. The video’s impact rivaled a figure-four leglock. Hogan said he was overwhelmed by stress and was unable to sleep. An attorney for Gawker argued that Hogan’s boasts about his sexual exploits had made his private life public long before the site posted his sex tape. “My whole life got turned upside down,” Hogan said. “I felt if I tried to talk to anybody, there was this aura around me. I felt like I was exposed and couldn't say the right things.” As the awkward testimony continued, Gawker released a statement questioning Hogan’s credibility. “Today in court we heard Terry Bollea state that he's in character as ‘Hulk Hogan’ virtually 24 hours a day (whenever he's not home is the way he put it) — also acknowledging that as ‘Hulk Hogan’ he regularly takes ‘artistic liberty’ and does not tell the truth,” the site wrote. Hogan’s attorney, David Houston, countered that his client had not relinquished his right to privacy by wrestling. “It is clear even though he is a celebrity playing certain roles, he is deserving of privacy in his personal life,” Houston said.