The word, “brother,” can be said at the end of each sentence, but Hulk Hogan, you cannot drop the N-bomb, Brother.

Due to a racial tirade, WWE, Inc., has severed all ties from Terry “Hulk Hogan,” Bollea. A quote from WWE,

“WWE terminated its contract with Terry Bollea (aka Hulk Hogan). WWE is committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers and fans worldwide.”

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Apparently, WWE is taking the high road and trying to avoid any association to the legal issues (despite being a part of it historically with Hogan). WWE has removed all mentions of Hogan throughout the site, including the WWE Hall of Fame page, the show, Tough Enough, and all merchandise was removed off the WWE’s merchandising site, WWEshop.com.

This is not Hogan’s first departure from WWE, having leaving the company in the past due to financial negotiations and a fallout with WWE CEO and Chair, Vince McMahon. I doubt even TNA would touch the wrestling icon with a 10-foot pole, despite its current situation.

Not Brotherly, Brother.

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