WWE Hall of Famer wants Hulk Hogan for his racist remarks in the past. The WWE Legend has been vilified by the fans for his actions.
Hulk Hogan courted controversy back a tape of him spewing racist comments surfaced back in 2015. The WWE legend lost the respect of several of his fans and many wrestlers. He was fired by the WWE and his Hall of Fame induction had been temprarily stripped away.
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Hulk has since apologized and blamed it on his upbringing. Many African American Wrestlers like Booker T have accepted the apology. There are others however, like Titus O’Neil, who have rejected him. Judging by the boos he received at Wrestlemania 37 we know what the fans feel about him but where does Mark Henry stand?
WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry wants Hulk Hogan for his racist remarks in the past
During his recent appearance on Busted Open Radio, Mark Henry revealed that he was willing to forgive to Hogan as long as he was ‘truly sorry for what he is done.’
“I’ll stand right there next to him, and as long as he owns it and is truly sorry for what he is done… it’s not gonna go away. It don’t matter how long you wait.
“I just pray that before he meets The Maker, that he’s able to repent for that and get everybody to say, ‘You know what, man? Hulk Hogan had a hard time. He made mistakes, but man he fixed it’…
“We all have to be forgiven at some point, but to be forgiven you have to be remorseful and feel pain for what you did.”
Hulk was last seen in the WWE as the host of Wrestlemania 37.
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