The following is a list of cancelled or deleted videos with reasons:
Hulk Hogan meets Sin Cara Edit
This was the video that came before Hulk Hogan meets Sin Cara Again. It began with Hulk Hogan walking in front of his interview table, where he screams "SHUT THAT OFF!!!" at someone playing the piano in the background. Suddenly, Sin Cara's WWE theme played in the background and Hogan was suddenly attacked by Sin Cara (the seed of chucky glenn doll wearing a sin cara mask) himself. They fought, but hogan lost. He then pulls Sin Cara's mask off, revealing his ugly face, causing Sin Cara to panic. Hogan then wins with a leg drop. This video was deleted for being too "cheesey". However, this was a classic, showing how simple it was for Hogan to defeat his enemies back then.
John Cena V.S Hulk Hogan Edit
This video was actually supposed to be the debut video of John Cena. Hulk Hogan keeps getting framed for destroying and messing up his housekeeper's apartment. When he sets up security cameras for proof that it wasn't him, They find a video of John Cena breaking in and wrecking the place. Just as the housekeeper realizes it wasn't Hogan, John Cena breaks in again and attitude adjusts both onto the floor. Hogan realizes he couldn't let Cena keep doing this. They engage in a battle, in which John Cena wins easily. Hogan Then challenges Cena to a rematch, and it ends up with both knocked out. On round three, Hogan wins with a miracle leg drop and the apartment is saved. John Cena apologizes through a rap, and both become friends. The video was cancelled in the middle, because the shadowswine team was too busy with other video plots.
Hulk Hogan interview Edit
This was the first ever Hulk Hogan video in history. The interview team asked Hulk Hogan many ERB-based questions, such as "Why do you hate Kim-Jong il?" It was Deleted because The ShadowSwine crew decided the videos shouldn't be interviews. It also had too many ERB references.
The Hulk Hogan Rap BattleEdit
This episode consisted of a rap battle between Wolverine and Hulk Hogan, using the beat of "Shook Ones part 2" by Mobb Deep. A crowd watched on as the two spat rhyming insults at each other. It was deleted for reasons unknown.