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Hulk Hogan says wrestlers who aren’t forgiving him don’t understand “the brotherhood of wrestling”

WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan was recently a guest on The Apter Chat podcast to talk about several professional wrestling topics. One such topic was Hogan’s reinstatement into that Hall Of Fame. Hogan was backstage at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view and issued out an apology to the entire roster.

The locker room was essentially split on the sincerity of Hogan’s apology. One Superstar who has been critical of Hogan is Titus O’Neil. He addressed these critics and said that those who didn’t forgive him don’t understand the brotherhood of wrestling:

“A lot of people accepted my apology,” Hogan said. “And a lot of people heard what they wanted to hear and a lot of the narrative that came out of the meeting was on point.

“A lot of the narrative was really different. I was surprised to hear some people interpreted what I said that I was just sorry I got caught. I’m on camera, whatever they interpreted, but I never said that.

“Outside the ring, you’re supposed to protect your brother. In this case, it’s a situation where 75, 80, 90 percent of the wrestlers are protecting me and they’re giving me another chance to move forward.

“There’s just a few wrestlers that don’t understand the bond and the brotherhood of wrestling.”

Hogan went on to say that if someone makes a mistake, “you need to forgive them.” In regards to the likes of Titus O’Neil and The New Day’s comments about him, Hogan says anyone who has a problem with him should speak to him face-to-face:

“If anybody had any questions or anybody had anything to say at that time, I really just wanted them to say it to my face so I could address it,” Hogan said. “Hopefully understand the issue and get them to understand me.”

H//T to Fightful for the transcribed quotes






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