Hulk Hogan Trolled By Arsenal, Manchester United and Celtic Fans Over Racist Comments

Hulk Hogan Trolled By Arsenal, Manchester United and Celtic Fans Over Racist Comments
Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan was this week dismissed from the WWE for apparent racist comments made back in 2006.
Every memory of Hogan was wiped from the organisation’s website as his profile was deleted and any memorabilloa being sold related to the superstar was discontinued.
And now, as Hogan tries to defend his name, he has taken to social media where many people are posting pictures of mixed raced relationship to show their support for the 61-year-old.
However, we all know Twitter doesn’t run as smoothly as that.Trolls bombarded Hogan’s Twitter page as the former champion unknowingly Retweeted pictures of black professional footballers.

Fans of Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Celtic sent in pictures of their ethnic players claiming their support for Hogan who ultimately believed it.

Other Tweets featured Romelu Lukaku & Cheikhou Kouyaté back in their Anderlecht days and Martin Keown with Mathieu Flamini as well as Kolo Toure.
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Ahh, Hulk.

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