A tape is said to have emerged which Hulk Hogan on a racial tirade where he used the N word
Wrestling icon, Terry Gene Bollea popularly known as Hulk Hogan has been reportedly kicked out of WWE after being caught up in a racism scandal.
A tape is said to have emerged which shows the 61-year-old WWE Hall of Famer on a racial tirade where he used the N word.
Hulk Hogan's profile has been removed from the Alumni section of WWE's website, all of his merchandise has been removed from WWEShop.com, and Hogan has been removed from the cast listing on Tough Enough's website.
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer noted that the WWE Website was told to remove all references to him.
In addition to this, Curtis Axel, who has been playing a parody of Hogan in recent months, had his profile photo switched from the parody character to his normal persona. You can see his profile at this link.
Hogan seems to have commented on his recent trouble with a comment on Twitter on Friday morning.
"In the storm I release control,God and his Universe will sail me where he wants me to be,one love," he wrote.
This will not be first time Hogan will be in trouble over a tape.
In April 2012, a sex tape between Hogan and Heather Clem, the estranged wife of radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge, emerged online.
Hogan described that incident as a 'very low point in his life'.
"It was a bad choice and a very low point" Hogan told radio personality Howard Stern on his radio show.
"I was with some friends and made a wrong choice. It has devastated me, I have never been this hurt."
Listen to a Hulk Hogan talking about the N Word: