Savage married Elizabeth Ann Hulette on December 30, 1984. She later became his valet in the World Wrestling Federation. They separated in the summer of 1992; their divorce was finalized on September 18, 1992. On May 10, 2010, Savage married his long-time girlfriend, Barbara Lynn Payne.
For years, Hogan and Savage were at odds and had an on again/off again friendship. According to Hogan, Jimmy Hart and Randy's brother Lanny Poffo, the two reconciled shortly before his death. However, former wrestler The Ultimate Warrior disputed the reconciliation and stated that the relations between Hogan and Savage had been limited to some casual encounters.
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