Hulk Hogan tweeted a baffling plea for help this week and left fans wondering just what was going on.
The WWE Hall of Famer, who made his television return on Monday’s Raw XXX anniversary episode celebrating 30 years of the show, seemingly took to Twitter on Wednesday with a very unusual series of tweets.
After a message initially appeared on his account which simply read ‘Help’, the follow-up read: ‘I ran out of toilet paper brother, help!!!!!!!! (sic)’
Both tweets have been deleted, leaving fans wondering if Hogan was hacked or simply made a mistake by posting something actually meant as a text message, which isn’t out of the question.
Around the same time as the unexpected messages, Hogan posted a photo of himself with other WWE legends backstage at Raw.
Posing alongside Jimmy Hart, Ted DiBiase, Diamond Dallas Page, Madusa and IRS, he tweeted: ‘Motley crew been together more than 30yrs brother’.
During Monday’s reunion, Hogan had to deal with some technical issues as he came out on stage with Hart to kickstart the show, which marked his first appearance since co-hosting WrestleMania 37 alongside fellow Tampa star Titus O’Neil in 2021.
‘Let me tell you something, WWE Universe,’ he began after making his entrance to an admittedly strong ovation, but issues with his microphone meant it was hard for fans to get too into what he was saying.
‘We celebrate 30 years of Monday Night Raw,’ he powered on. ‘Then, now and forever.’
A stagehand raced out with a replacement and The Hulkster seamlessly pushed on, concluding his speech with: ‘All I have to say, is whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania, 30 years of Monday Night Raw, and those Philadelphia Eagles run wild on you, brother?’
It was Hogan’s only appearance on the anniversary show, which also featured the likes of The Undertaker and D-Generation X as the latter appeared with Kurt Angle standing in for now-AEW star Billy Gunn.
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