WWE Hall Of Famer Drops Hulk Hogan Diss Track

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A WWE Hall of Famer has decided to take shots against the legendary Hulk Hogan in a new song.

When it comes crashing down and it hurts inside, apparently WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi feels the need to rap about Hulk Hogan.

On social media, WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi posted a song that he came up with that is critical of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan.

It’s a song that was inspired by the Fat Joe song “Lean Back” which also pays tribute to the late, great WWE Hall of Famer The Iron Sheik.

There was a time in WWE in 1997 when Rikishi portrayed a mysterious character named The Sultan, who was managed by The Iron Sheik and Bob Backlund. Even though Rikishi’s run as The Sultan wasn’t very successful, he did have a WrestleMania 13 match with Rocky Maivia (later known as The Rock), which was the first WrestleMania match of Rock’s career.

In the song titled “The Sultan,” Rikishi makes reference to Hulk Hogan needing creative control during his pro wrestling career while also mentioning Hogan playing backstage politics as well. There were also lines in the song about Hogan’s famous promos citing vitamins & prayers while also commenting on the famous shirt-ripping routine that Hogan loved to do.

Rikishi also mentioned the “Fingerpoke of Doom” finish that was from a famous WCW match from January 1999 between Hogan and Kevin Nash.

Hulk Hogan Song Released By Rikishi Honors The Iron Sheik

Rikishi’s lengthy social media post with the song is below.

Hip Hop music has always been apart of my life. When I started my wrestling journey, I always had a tape playing in the car on the road from city to city. As I start this new adventure in music, I wanted to pay homage to the hip hop and reggae artists that motivated me throught the years.

During my run as ‘The Sultan’, I was managed by the legendary Hall of Famer, The Iron Sheik. We bonded during that time learning about each other’s cultures and lifestyles. A few years later, I let him hear a song called ‘Lean Back’ by Fat Joe and the Terror Squad. Sheik was amazed by the Middle Eastern sound and it was one of my favorite songs to jam to on the road. In honor of him, Big Uce returns as The Sultan and going after one of his sworn enemies. R.I.P. Sheiky Baby.

Thank you to Frankie Braggadocio @frankiebraggadocio , @1m. valentine, and @hieranarchymediagroup Hieranarchy Media Group for helping me put this one together.

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