Hogan was nowhere to be found on the popular wrestling site after a video surfaced featuring the athlete throwing around racial slurs:
According to Wrestling News Source,
On WWE.com, Hogan is no longer listed on the WWE Hall of Fame page, and all of his merchandise has also been removed from WWEShop.com. The only thing currently remaining that mentions Hogan involves WWE’s upcoming Australian tour, which Hogan was scheduled to take part in as General Manager. However, when any attempt to access this page is made, a message appears stating “you are not authorized to access this page.”
Damn. Things aren’t looking good for the bandana-loving athlete, who’s also in the midst of a legal battle with Gawker. Hogan is currently suing the media company for $100 million dollars after publishing excerpts from his amateur adult video with his ex-best friend Bubba the Love Sponge Clem’s wife, Heather Clem.
When are you going to learn, brother?