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WWE Removes Hulk Hogan's Merch, Roster Page & Position As Tough Enough Judge?

In a bizarre story that broke late Thursday night, it appears as if Hulk Hogan is being removed from the WWE website. In addition, all Hogan merchandise (including Axelmania merchandise) has been removed from WWEShop, and Hogan is no longer listed as a judge on the official Tough Enough website.

As of 2:00 a.m. EST on July 24, Hogan's roster page is no longer accessible, nor is his WWEShop page. In addition, only Daniel Bryan and Paige are currently listed as judges on the Tough Enough website.

The story is still developing, as Hogan tweeted out the following when the news began to circulate:

Earlier this week, it was announced that Hogan was scheduled to appear on WWE's Australian tour in August.

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  • SemiAwesomeGil

    Interesting.

  • Xavier

    From another source I read Hogan apparently was caught dropping the N bomb, not sure how true it is but if if is true then F*** him

    • kavon

      Woah i figured he had hate for patrick but wtf just happened! He just came back to wwe like last year

  • D.L.

    Hogan: “Booker T, I’m coming for yooooooou n***a,”

  • ClintMurphy

    Heard the audio, dont see the problem, he was talking about the infamous booker t slip up

  • satyran

    So Vince can use the word on national television in nothing but a derogatory context, but Hulkster is quoting something and gets completely removed. This PC crap of the modern day is getting beyond ridiculous. Everyone says stuff in private they wouldn’t say in public, anyone who says they don’t is a liar. I heard that he was quoting the Booker T. Famous Botch, and if that’s really all it is, then this whole thing is blown out of proportion.

    • Joe

      Vince is a huge hypocrite.

  • Jonnydingo

    What childish behaviour. On WWEs part, that is.

  • dgtigers

    If that is really the reason this is complete nonsense. The PC police is so out of control. Does this mean that WWE will get rid of Booker T as well? He’s more to blame than Hogan is.