Hulk Hogan on How He Can Help People Now, What He’s Learned from Racist Comments Scandal, More

Aug 31, 2015 - by Marc Middleton

– Hulk Hogan spoke with People Magazine last Friday to discuss the racist comments that were revealed by The National Enquirer recently. Their full article is at this link. Below are some quotes:

“I’m a good person. I’m not a racist. I made one horrible mistake.”

“When I grew up, it was something that was inherited generation after generation. That was part of my daily environment.”

“My anger was directed towards Brooke. It wasn’t a racial slur against him. If anyone was going to kick me to the curb or have nothing to do with me, it would be my daughter. She came to me with nothing but love and said, ‘Dad, I love you so much.'”

“Behind this dark cloud is going to be this huge shiny blessing and I’m going to get help people with this. I get to explain to them that even in the locker room when you’re talking smack, it’s not cool. I would love to see it taken out of the dictionary.”

“What I have learned is that I’ve got this huge built in support system with all the people that have known me, watched me and worked with me. They know that just this one instance is not who I am.”

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