WWE sent social media into a frenzy earlier this year when announcing that Hulk Hogan had been re-instated to the Hall of Fame.
The company stated that Hogan's volunteering work with children and his remorse for his past actions led to the three-year suspension ending.
Of course, it's well-known racist comments made by Hogan were leaked, leading to the WWE cutting all ties with him.
After the announcement, Hogan issued an apology to the whole locker room backstage at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view in July, which didn't go down too well with all superstars.
The likes of Titus O'Neil and The New Day were particularly vocal about the nature of the apology, claiming that it didn't seem 'sincere'.
Nevertheless, the WWE Universe saw Hogan back on-screen at the Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia on Friday, where he received a rapturous response from the Middle Eastern fans.
At 65 years of age, the 12-time world champion's best days are well-and-truly gone, and you can't see him ever stepping in a WWE ring again in a wrestling capacity.
But he may have drawn the ire of several wrestlers with his latest tweet, in which he seems to take shots at the entire roster.
"Ok, today is a new day. After seeing myself on Crown Jewel I have decided to get serious and get under 300lbs. I looked huge, swole, jacked and my arms are still bigger than most wrestlers legs. I don’t want to look like I can beat up the whole @WWE roster anymore. Only Love HH," tweeted Hogan.
Lord only knows if this was a joke on his part, or he really is serious, but when you've not-long apologised for your past actions, it's not a smart move to mock those same people.
Interestingly enough, SmackDown's resident Bulgarian Brute, Rusev, has called out Hogan for a bout at WrestleMania 35, and based-off the Hulkster's old gimmick of beating the foreign baddies, it could have been an amazing bout in the 80s.
But we're not sure anyone wants to see Hogan wrestle in 2018.
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