Hulk Hogan is 'so sad' after dog's death

  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
·2-min read
In this article:
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
Hulk Hogan credit:Bang Showbiz
Hulk Hogan credit:Bang Showbiz

Hulk Hogan has been left heartbroken by the death of his dog Duke.

The WWE Hall of Famer revealed he is feeling "so sad" after his pet pooch passed away this week, and he revealed the sad news in a message to his followers on social media.

Alongside two photos of Duke, he wrote: "I am so sad, my loyal friend Duke just passed, I love you Duke, dad".

Fans and fellow stars were quick to offer words of support, including wrestling legend Mick Foley.

He replied: "I’m sorry for your loss, Hulk."

A follower wrote: "RIP brother, that’s pain. but think of all the good times y’all had and it’ll be hard not to smile".

While another fan replied: "My sincerest condolences, loved seeing Duke whenever you posted him. He may have left our world but he’ll never leave our hearts. God bless and rest in peace Duke’".

The sad news comes after Hulk - whose real name is Terry Bollea - shared an emotional tweet earlier this summer asking God for "one more day" alongside a photo of a sunset over the ocean with a palm tree hanging over.

He seemed in a reflective mood, as he tweeted: "Please God, one more day! HH (sic)"

It's not the first time Hogan has shared the sentiment, as he shared a similar post in October 2020 again alongside a stunning sunset picture.

He tweeted: ‘Thank you God, could I please have one more day! One love thank you Jesus. HH (sic)’

The post was Hogan’s first since a cryptic one a few weeks earlier, when he simply asked: "Sleep?"

Meanwhile, the former world champion has been staying in good shape lately and he gave fans a glimpse at his workouts while flaunting his huge figure and admitting he'd been pushing himself with his sessions.

Posing in the mirror for a selfie in a yellow tank top, he flashed his huge arms with his trademark handlebar moustache peeking into view., and captioned the photo: "At almost 68yrs young and 297lbs arm workouts are starting to get crazy again brother HH (sic)"

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting