Only two men have ever been completely scrubbed out of the WWE's history books.
Chris Benoit was the first man to get the 'honor', with WWE having made absolutely no mention of the Canadian after it was found that he had killed his wife and child before committing suicide.
The second was Hulk Hogan, who has been effectively removed from WWE history as much as possible, after video emerged from a leaked sex tape that showed Hogan admit that he was a racist as well as the former wrestler spouting off some racist abuse.
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Hogan out of Hall of Fame
Hogan was recently a guest on Ric Flair's Woo Nation podcast, and the Hulkster apparently suggested that he has been taken out of the company's Hall of Fame.
While WWE never officially stated that Hogan was actually removed from the Hall, it appears as if Hogan feels that he was.
"That Hall of Fame ring is my life and it's just so sad that I've been taken out of the Hall of Fame and I don't have a presence anymore in the wrestling business," Hogan said.
'The Nature Boy' talked with Hogan about important mementoes from his professional wrestling career.
In addition to the championship belt from Rocky 3 and a couple of 'winged eagle' WWE championship belts, Hogan's most valued keepsake from his life as a professional wrestler is his WWE Hall of Fame Ring.
"I'm going to cherish that Hall of Fame ring," Hogan said, despite previously admitting that he isn't in the Hall anymore.