Legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan rededicated his life to Jesus earlier this week after he was baptized at a Florida church.

Hogan, who said he accepted Jesus as his savior at 14, shared photos and a video of his baptism with his two million followers. The 70-year-old added that his baptism is the greatest day of his life.

“Total surrender and dedication to Jesus is the greatest day of my life. No worries, no hate, no judgment… only love!” Hogan wrote on X.

The video showed that Hogan’s wife, Sky Daily Hogan, was also baptized with the legendary wrestler. Hogan announced in May that he accepted Jesus as his savior at just 14.

“I accepted Christ as my savior at 14 years old, and the training, prayers and vitamins kept me in the game but now that I am one with God, the main event theme of surrender, service and love makes me the Real Main Event that can slam any giant of any size through the power of my Lord and Savior and so it is, even now brother, AMEN!” he wrote.

Hogan’s Baptism follows Latin rapper Daddy Yankee’s announcement that he was retiring from his musical career and dedicating his life to Jesus. The rapper, whose real name is Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, made the announcement during a concert on Dec. 4 in Puerto Rico at The Coliseo de Puerto Rico José.

“For many years, I’ve tried filling a void in my life that no one could fill. I tried finding a purpose, on many occasions, it seemed as if I was happy, but something was missing for me to feel complete. I have to confess that those days are over and someone was able to fill that void that I felt for a lot of time,” Rodríguez said. “I realized that for everyone I was someone, but I was no one without him. Throughout the years, I was able to travel the world, win many awards, applause, and praise, but I realized something that’s in the Bible: For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? A chapter has ended but a new one will begin. All the tools that I have in my power, like music, social media, platforms, a microphone, everything that God has given me is now for his kingdom. Thank you, Puerto Rico, and I hope you walk with me in this new beginning and I hope you remember something very important: Don’t follow any person. I am human. To all the people who follow me, follow Jesus Christ, he’s the way, the truth, and the life.”