Despite having effectively been blackballed by the WWE in light on the racism storm that continues to surround him, Hulk Hogan is continuing to maintain a strong media presence as he looks to clear his name.
But, considering the audio footage that led to the backlash saw Hogan use the n-word and make a number of racially derogatory remarks, that seems a very tough task.
And it will come as no surprise that he has failed to convince one of his biggest foes, Scott Steiner, who took to Twitter today to rant at Hulk Hogan's appearance on Good Morning America.
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Hogan appearances on the popular US morning show on Monday came in the form of a pre-recorded interview, and the wrestling veteran shed tears as he asked for forgiveness for his actions which, he claims, came at a time when he was considering taking his own life.
“Oh, my gosh. Please forgive me. Please forgive me,” said Hogan. “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.”
The emotional plea fell on deaf ears when it came to Scott Steiner however, with the former wrestler (a man known to have had serious altercations with Hogan in the past) reeling off a number of tweets condemning Hogan:
Until the recent racism storm destroyed Hulk Hogan's reputation it had been Scott Steiner who had come off worse during the pair's long-running feud.
Back in April, on the eve of WrestleMania, Steiner allegedly told Hulk Hogan's wife, whom he accosted at an airport, that he wanted to kill the veteran wrestling star.
The bad blood between the two wrestlers dates back to their WCW days with Steiner blaming Hogan for the demise of the company.
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