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Rowdy Roddy Piper has passed away at 61 years old. The WWE star died of a heart attack in his Hollywood home on Thursday night.
In the '80s, the wrestling legend was one of the biggest names in the sport. The athlete's rep is very upset at his passing, saying:
"Rod was a good friend as well as a client and one of the most generous, sincere and authentic people I have ever known. This is a true loss to us all."
Nine years ago, Roddy — whose real name is Roderick George Toombs — was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. But last year he said his cancer was in remission.
The Canadian had been pretty active on Twitter this week. On Thursday, he wrote about how he was supposed to appear on The Inappropriate Earl Podcast Friday afternoon.
The wrestler leaves behind his wife and four kids.
Our hearts go out to Roddy's loved ones during this difficult time.
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A defense from an unlikely place, perhaps?!
Talking to the press at HBO's Television Critics Association event, Johnson said of Hulk:
Now, Hulk is speaking out once again — this time on Twitter — with messages to both his fans and haters:
At least he's still got his routine!
Hulk Hogan was spotted with wife Jennifer McDaniel in Tampa, Florida this weekend heading to the gym — it's a little piece of normalcy in the pro wrestler's difficult week after racism accusations levied against him rocked the WWE.
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At least he's owning up to it!
In the statement to reporters, Hogan — born Terry Bollea — said:
Say it ain't so!
The WWE has official split with Hulk Hogan after the wrestling legend got into some hot water over saying the n-word in a story that's just come to light.
Apparently, the WWE canned Hogan after they learned of a transcript that existed documenting some off-color comments he made on a sex tape that was leaked publicly.
In a statement released Friday morning, the WWE was succinct in their dismissal: