Hulk Hogan has been mostly erased from the WWE's website while rumors swirl the organization has dropped the wrestler. Multiple reports are pointing to a 2012 radio interview Hogan gave, in which he says the N-word as the reason for his removal.
When you search for Hogan on the WWE website, he is no longer listed on the WWE Hall of Fame page and all of his merchandise has been removed from the WWE shop.
In the 2012 radio interview, Hogan's interviewer asks him, "You've been saying brother for years, any black guy ever say, 'Yo, you my n----r, you my n----r Hulk." Hogan responded, "Well Booker T used to say that to me on TV and you know, every time I pull up YouTube there's that famous thing that Booker T...goes, 'I'm coming for you my n----r." He added, "They're all calling me n----r and then I started saying it and you know, I always said it but now all of a sudden I get heat when I said it."
The WWE has yet to comment as to why Hogan's page has disappeared and FOX411's request for comment was not immediately returned. Hogan himself posted a cryptic tweet.
"In the storm I release control,God and his Universe will sail me where he wants me to be,one love. HH"
— Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) July 24, 2015