WWE purging sites of Hulk Hogan following reports of racist remarks

Things are not going well for wrestler/actor Hulk Hogan at the moment. Earlier today Hulk Hogan tweet a cryptic message to his followers, just moments his systematic removal from WWE’s website.

In the Tweet Hogan stated, “In the storm I release control,God and his Universe will sail me where he wants me to be,one love. HH.”

The WWE website is currently purging all records that Hogan had ever existed within the WWE network. Hogan has been removed from both the WWE alumni section of the site and from the hall of fame section. Also, all Hulk Hogan merchandise has been removed from the online store and Hogan’s name has also been removed as one of the judges on the WWE TV show Tough Enough.

The removal of Hogan and all of his merchandise is currently being attributed by multiple online sources to a leaked tape that will soon start circulating online. On that tape the wrestler reportedly uses racists and derogatory slurs, causing WWE to preemptively sever all ties with the former wrestler.

WWE terminated its contract with Terry Bollea stating,” the organization said in a statement on Friday. “WWE is committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers and fans worldwide.”