Booker T Drops Hulk Hogan Racism Bombshell

Hulk Hogan remains one of the most popular pro wrestlers in the world of professional wrestling, with his influence in the business never being understated. However, his troubled past concerning racism has ultimately led to his downfall. Hulk Hogan was booed at WrestleMania 37 when he was introduced with Titus O’Neil as the hosts of the pay-per-view, which all stemmed from him using racial slurs in a leaked 2015 sex tape. New Jack Last Photo Before Death Leaked earlier last year.



Hulk Hogan previously revealed that he had divorced his second wife Jennifer McDaniel last year, which came as a shock to many fans as the two seemed to be very close in their marriage. The Hulkster moved on as he is now involved with a woman named Sky Daily, who is his current girlfriend.

Sky Daily is a 44-year old woman who is a yoga instructor and accountant from Clearwater, Florida, per Social Telecast. Daily goes by the same name in her Facebook profile and also has “mom life” written in her bio.

Booker T recently spoke on the latest Hall Of Fame podcast, where he recalled using the n-word on Hulk Hogan in his promo during WCW’s Spring Stampede back in 1997. He admitted it was a learning lesson for him.

“Yeah, it was definitely a learning moment, and I’m glad that you took it and used it, as opposed to taking it and using it. Just because I feel like I did make a huge mistake because I looked at myself as a role model. And a lot of young people followed my lead back then,” he said. “If they felt like it was if I was cool with saying it, you know it was cool for them to do it too.

“I always talk about young people and being able to change your levels. Of course, when you’re in the hood, you are going to talk a certain way around your boys when you’re at the ballpark, you know what I mean? It’s all fair game. But in certain places, you’ve got to know how to change your levels, and I was in that place.”

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the transcription

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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