Hulk Hogan ‘Confronted’ By Big Name For Racism

WWE star Titus O’Neil and wrestling icon Hulk Hogan had hosted the the WrestleMania 37 pay-per-view.



O’Neil had previously criticized The Hulkster for his controversial racist comments. He reckoned that Hogan’s apology did not have remorse. Eva Marie Reacts To WWE Release Rumor

Titus O’Neil opens up on Hulk Hogan

Titus O’Neil recently spoke to Steven Muehlhasen of DAZN and discussed the working experience with Hogan during WrestleMania and also recalled how they had a conversation regarding the apology.

Here is what he had to say:

“We spoke a little bit after I got upset about the apology. We had a private conversation. But at the end of the day, I’m not one to be able to cast judgment on anyone. I looked at the opportunity to host WrestleMania in my hometown, where I’m literally the unofficial Mayor here in Tampa. To do it with a guy that essentially put WrestleMania on the map, I looked at it as a business decision that was made.

Vince McMahon runs this company, and everyone else that is associated knows that. I have a very special relationship with Vince. I don’t think that there was ever a moment where he felt like this was something that would put me in an uncomfortable position. Because it really wasn’t. I know who I am. I know what I represent. Even after hosting, to be honest with you, it was very pleasant to work with him. We had some stuff that he allowed me to change up, and we worked very well off of each other.”

It has been also noted how O’Neil was stunned to witness the mixed reaction Hogan received at The Grandest Stage of Them All.


Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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