Hulk Hogan Has Fans Concerned After Sharing This Message

Hulk Hogan Religious Message Terry Bolea

After a brief hiatus from social media, Hulk Hogan is back with a post that has worried some of his fans.

The wild and bubbly 67-year-old WWE icon posted a picture on Twitter with a spiritual message. The photo featured a breathtaking view over green grass.

He used the caption to ask God for “one more day.” Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, wrote: “Thank you God, could I please have one more day! One love thank you Jesus. HH”

Many fans of the retired professional wrestler rushed to share prayers and support.

He was told that he should ask God for more than one day because millions love him.

A supporter of the retired professional wrestler reached out with a message of hope that read: “More than one! Years, please! I have yet to meet you. It would break my heart if I never did. You have always been my #1 of all time! Honestly, dude, if it were not for you, I would have never been a fan of wrestling!”

This concerned fan wrote this comment: “Let me tell you something, brother, don’t think about leaving us so soon because we still need you, brother.”

This worried backer shared: “Shoot, brother, you’re not dying tonight, are you? I hope not…be well, Hulkster.”

Hogan was a wrestler from 1977 to 2012, and he has won the WWF Championship five times and the WCW World Heavyweight Championship six times.

The television personality became “the most recognized wrestling star worldwide and the most popular wrestler of the 1980s.”

He fought against many legends in the field, including Ric Flair, and sadly suffered multiple injuries during these memorable matches.

He also lost many great friends and had a few health scares. Hogan was embroiled in some headline-making scandals.

However, in a recent interview, he said he found Jesus and decided to focus on what really matters.

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Getting ready for a little tune up!!!

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Hogan stated: “I’m definitely not in the same place I was 12 or 13 years ago, you know, when I said such stupid words, what came out of my head. That’s not who I am.”

He went on to explain: “You get to a certain place in life where you have … I don’t know what you’d call it … a come-to-Jesus moment, where you finally get it, what this is all about. You realize how you treat people and that helping and serving people are more important than anything that you could possibly be doing.”

Hogan concluded by: “For me and my career and the whole Hulkamania thing, it really wasn’t the heartbeat of why I was here. I’m here to help people and serve people.”

Hogan has changed the wrestling industry over the years.

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