Terry Gene Bollea, popularly ring named Hulk Hogan, who is presently having legal clash with one of the U.S. websites Gawker, had an exclusive interview with Amy Robach with ABC News that was telecast on Monday on “Good Morning America.” Let’s see what new expressions he had come up with after his infamous racist comment that compelled WWE to terminate his contract and remove his name and photograph from the organization’s Hall of Fame page last month. Read on.
Hogan is reportedly on the verge of suing Gawker Media for $100 million for defaming him by releasing the excerpts of his sex tape that is believed to have been recorded between 2006 and 2007. It is claimed that Hogan’s controversial leaked sex tape with the ex-wife of his best friend also contained the use of n-word while referring to his daughter, Brooke Bollea’s the then beau.
However, Hogan has claimed in the interview that his racist recording is totally from different tape not being the part of the lawsuit. So, did the publication had technically inserted his n-word remark in the sex tape?
The 62-year old wrestling champion went on saying that he had “no idea” of the infringement accomplished. It was completely clueless to him that he was being taped, as he said, “I was to the point where I wanted to kill myself, you know?”
“I was completely broken and destroyed and said, ‘What’s the easiest way out of this?’ I mean, I was lost,” Hogan said while recalling his past when he was abandoned by his estranged wife and children.
On the other hand, he also expressed regret for using the n-word while justifying his then situation saying that he was upset encircling the relationship between his daughter and her then boyfriend.
“I think if you look at the whole picture of who Hulk Hogan is, you can see over all the years that there’s not a racist bone in my body,” Hogan said while calling himself just a normal man.
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