Phil Costa probably isn't known by too many people outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

But that's about to change for the Dallas Cowboys center, who recently became engaged to marry Brooke Hogan, daughter of pro wrestling royalty Hulk Hogan and a reality TV star in her own right.

Hogan announced the upcoming nuptials to the world via Instagram, posting photos of Costa proposing on one knee in front of the Bellagio in Las Vegas and declaring it the happiest moment of her life.

Costa, it would seem, could probably use some happy moments these days, at least based on how his football career has been going lately.

After making the Cowboys as an undrafted rookie in 2010, Costa quickly vaulted to the starting center position in 2011, playing in all 16 games and helping the team gain 6,008 total yards -- the second-most in a season in club history.

But last year he struggled with multiple injuries and played in just three games. And even though Costa is said to be healthy, the Cowboys drafted center Travis Frederick in the first round back in April.

That move would seem to bump Costa down to second string if not leave him to fight for a roster spot.

At least now the Hulkster's future son-in-law has a pretty good fighter in his corner.