On Day Two of his $100 million invasion-of-privacy trial against the Web site Gawker, Hogan was confronted on cross-examination with a recorded radio interview in which he suggested his manhood was about 10 inches long. “I heard 9 or 10 inches,” Hogan told jurors after listening to the tape. “I heard numbers talk. I heard ‘two-thirds, compare it to your hands and feet and figure it out.’” When asked if he was actually “discussing the length of your penis,” Hogan said: “Well, it’s not mine, because mine is not the size we’re discussing.” “Seriously?” Gawker lawyer Michael Sullivan asked. “No, seriously. I do not have a 10-inch penis,” Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, answered.