Brawl at Hulk Hogan's wedding

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HULK Hogan's wedding to Jennifer McDaniel descended into a brawl.

The couple tied the knot in Hulk's back garden in Clearwater, Florida, but the celebrations were marred by a fight breaking out between the professional wrestler's bodyguards and a photographer, leading to the police being called.

A source told website "Hulk's security team was in the background throwing around the paparazzi who was standing 200 feet away in the shoreline water."

Although police were called, no one was arrested, but the photographer in question later filed a complaint with the Clearwater Police Department, alleging assault, battery and destruction of property.

The source added: "Hulk's snappy wedding clip just might be subpoenaed since they are in the background punching it out!

"The paparazzo wants charges filed and plans to sue for physical, financial and emotional distress."

Ahead of the wedding, David R. Houston, a close friend of Hulk - real name Terry Bollea - described how he and Jennifer, 35, were planning a low-key ceremony for the big day.

He said: "It's going to be a very small, simple civil ceremony. It won't be grand at all. They are doing this for Terry and Jennifer, to express their love for one another."

Hulk - who started dating Jennifer in early 2008 - was previously married to Linda Claridge, with whom he has two children, until they underwent a bitter divorce in 2007.

She has since written a tell-all book, 'My Life on the Ropes', which it is thought will contain accusations of Hulk, 57, partaking in adulterous behaviour.

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