All bodies are different. And Hogan had a longer career and was a bigger guy, and wrestled in the days when you wrestled every night (and sometimes twice on weekends). And Austin had the sense to shut down occasionally with injuries, Hogan almost never did during his prime.
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He started working a heavy schedule in what? 1983? From 1983 until 2003 I can think of 3 major breaks and that's it.
But for close to 10 years in the WWF he was working probably twice a night and every single PPV. WCW at the start he was working every Nitro and even during the nWo he was still working 2-3 times a month.
If you look at Austin he worked from like 91-2002 but had a couple of major breaks in between and near the end of his run slowed down on the schedule before going into retirement in 2002 and making the odd appearance.
Hogan working so much is why his back and everything else is in ruins. Austin got out before he became crippled like Hulk is now.