Hulk Hogan has managed to embarrass himself once again through the usage of retweets.
The former WWE superstar was fired by the WWE for going on a racial tirade, saying the N-word several times about his daughter sleeping with a black man.
WWE reacted to the footage by firing Hogan immediately and removing all reference to him from their website and removed all the products related to him in the WWE shop.
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They also cancelled all scheduled appearances of him, as well as fired him from judging on WWE's reality TV show Tough Enough.
Some Arsenal fans decided to troll Hogan over the incident, posing as current and former Arsenal players and sending him pictures stating they're standing alongside him during this rough time.
The Arsenal footballers involved in the pictures include current players Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck, and former players Andrey Arshavin, Gervinho, and Kolo Toure.
Hogan retweeted the tweets, thinking they came from people who were supporting him during this tough time for him.
This is another incident where Hogan has been caught out on twitter for retweeting pictures that don't involve any people from the account which they have came from.
In the past, Hogan has been tricked into retweeted pictures involving missing girl Madeleine McCann. The tweeter said Madeleine was the his niece, and she loves watching the wrestler.
The tweet also said that the girl who has been missing since 2007, is the 'hide and seek champion'. Hogan retweeted the tweet.
This has turned into a tough time for Hogan and he isn't making it any better for himself through these retweets. You would have thought he would have learnt from his past mistakes, but he hasn't.
Many true people have shown their support to Hogan, including former wrestlers such as Virgil and Mick Foley. However, it is likely he will never return to the WWE after this racial tirade.
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