For those that haven’t been following, Hogan is going full steam ahead. He’s holding one man shows in the United Kingdom and accepting offers from anyone that will pay him to be their public spokesman. The criticism from many is that Hogan needs to lay low for a while and allow people some time to forgive him. It’s almost that he doesn’t understand how badly his public image has been damaged, not to mention getting tripped up with contradictions. Check out this tweet from The Post and Courier’sMike Mooneyham:
Mooneyham was referencing Sports Illustrated’s “Extra Mustard” interview with Hogan we recapped at this link.
As for the WWE reaction, they seem to be warming back up following a Hogan mention on this week’s Monday Night Raw. As we reported here on Wrestling News World Premium, it will be a while before Hogan ever returns to WWE TV but the feeling is the heat against him has died down and they can’t complete erase his legacy because it is too large.
Hogan claimed in the interview with "Extra Mustard" that WWE fired him in the middle of the night shortly before the racist tirade scandal broke and that he never spoke with Vince McMahon.