Hogan Also Made Homophobic Slur, Cena Breaks Nose, Diva Concussed

Hulk Hogan Used Homophobic Slur

Things just keep getting worse for Hulk Hogan. Not only has he been recorded making multiple racist comments, it’s now been revealed that he also used a homophobic slur. “VH1 wanted me to do a big thing and go back to the house I grew up in,” Hulk told Heather Clem regarding his Hogan Knows Best reality show. “So we knock on the door and a big f*g lives there now! This half-gay was enamored with Linda.”

Meanwhile a segment with Hulk Hogan and Dusty Rhodes from the upcoming WWE Scooby Doo animated movie has reportedly been removed, which is sad for Dusty.

Kamala is the latest black star to come out in support of the Hulkster. He told the Two Man Power Trip podcast:

“We have our little things we say about white people. Nobody says anything. Not that we mean harm by doing it. We have little jokes and laugh about it. I do not think Hogan meant harm by saying that. Hogan is my brother until he decides not to be.”

Hogan was originally scheduled for Steve Austin’s WWE Network podcast next Monday, but Paige will now take his place.

Seth Rollins Breaks Cena’s Nose

John Cena broke his nose during last night’s RAW when Seth Rollins delivered a stiff knee to the face.

Alicia Fox Injured

Alicia Fox suffered a concussion during last night’s RAW in her match with Nikki Bella against Charlotte and Becky Lynch. It’s not clear how much time she’ll need to take off.

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