One of the most charismatic wrestlers to have ever entered the squared circle was Hulk Hogan. He more than made up for his technical deficiencies in the ring with his talent on the microphone.
The same cannot be said about his social media posts, though. The WWE Hall of Famer is renowned for his legendary, though amusing, tweets and his most recent posts have just increased the list. Unexpectedly, Hulk Hogan turned to the microblogging platform to inform his Hulkamaniacs of his toilet paper emergency.
Hulk Hogan released a photo of himself with Jimmy Hart, Ted DiBiase, Diamond Dallas Page, Alundra Blayze, and IRS at WWE RAW XXX, his most recent appearance since WrestleMania 37.
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Despite how adorable this photo is, the WWE legend is currently making headlines for an earlier tweet.
Hulk Hogan Hilariously Pleads for Toilet Paper in Deleted Tweet
Due to his participation in WWE RAW’s 30th anniversary, Hulk Hogan has recently been in the news. But as usual, he stole the show by tweeting a humorous request for toilet paper.
He wrote, “i’m out Of Toilet Paper, Brother, Help!”
Before being deleted by the WWE Hall of Famer, the tweet quickly went viral. Unfortunately, some of his followers screenshotted it, so much like Hulk Hogan, his tweet will live forever.
Will Hulk Hogan be at WrestleMania 39?
Hulk Hogan continues to be one of the most well-known figures in the world of professional wrestling despite everything that has occurred in the latter years of his career. However, due to his advanced age, he is no longer able to enter the ring as an active performer.
Although he can serve as a presenter on the biggest platform of them all, as he did when he co-hosted WrestleMania 37 with Titus O Neil.
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However, it should be noted that compared to Vince McMahon, Triple H has demonstrated a lower level of reliance on legends.