The other reason Hulk Hogan was at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Conn. Friday afternoon was because cameras were filming for his reality series "Hogan Knows Best." Hogan toured the building and pointed out memorabilia and posters from historic events in which he was a part of. Footage of Hogan's tour should be appearing in an upcoming episode in season three. Hulk Hogan has been featured in the news as of late as he is now lobbying the U. S. House of Representatives to toughen laws governing dog and cock fighting. Simon Dean's profile has been removed from WWE.com. It was inevitable as he was recently promoted to assistant booker for Deep South Wrestling and he was looking to put all his focus in that. Also, both The Boogeyman's and Trish Stratus' profile remain on WWE.com at the moment. The Boogeyman's profile will probably stay up for a few days due to the increase in web traffic his recent dismissal generated. The Boston Metro paper has posted an article that talks about the negative stereotyping of Cryme Tyme's gimmick and one man's fight to have WWE do away with the gimmick. Looks like this Cryme Tyme thing will be another Mohammed Hassan failer if you ask me.