Ultimate Warrior's Facebook rant in which he called Hulk Hogan a "v----a Man" and blasted the wrestling legend's daughter Brooke for posing nude for PETA has been removed by the social media empire. The master of the Gorilla Press Slam believes his arch-nemesis cried to Facebook execs to have the dismissive post removed.

Warrior wrote this morning on Twitter, "Terry ran to Facebook Corporate and cried about my 'Hey, Terry. Be you, man.' note. They removed it. Jesus, Terry, if you are that sensitive and emotional, use some of the exorbitant budget you spend on Viagra and go buy some real gas. f--k, soon you'll been wearing a dress on TNA for a gimmick."

Hogan, in response, said on Twitter he had no idea Warrior "made another video" and that fans probably reported it. Facebook allows users to report abuse—hate speech, threats, graphic violence and bullying are prohibited on the social networking site.

Hogan also added that he's "praying for Jim."

Warrior has since re-posted the rant on Twitter, which can be accessed at twitlonger.com/show/cc9pov He also snidely responded to a user remarking that "at least Hogan is on TV."

"Yeah, killing the business and opportunities for young guys to have a shot at their OWN stardom," Warrior replied. "Super."

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