It looks like WWE Hall of Famer and Tough Enough judge is no longer with the WWE. Late Thursday night, WWE sent word to WWE.com team members to remove all references of Hulk Hogan from their site, even the Hall of Fame page.
Rumors going around that an audio clip of Hogan going on a racial rant is making the rounds on the internet.
Late Thursday night, WWE completely disassociated from legendary star Hulk Hogan.
Hogan has been removed from the list of Tough Enough judges for the current season, his profile has been removed from nearly every aspect of WWE’s website, and his merchandise has been pulled from WWE Shop.
The only remaining direct reference to Hogan is on the roster for WWE’s upcoming tour of Australia. Hogan was scheduled to be GM for the three-show tour in August. However, clicking on his biography page now reads: “You are not authorized to access this page.”
Hogan sent out a tweet late Thursday night/early Friday morning cryptically referring to a life/career change.
“In the storm I release control,God and his Universe will sail me where he wants me to be,one love. HH,” Hogan tweeted.
WWE has yet to release a statement or officially comment on Hogan’s status this late at night.
It remains to be seen what prompted such a sudden dissociation from Hogan.