After news got around of Hulk Hogan's backstage apology at Extreme Rules, several pro wrestlers commented on the authenticity of his true feelings including many that are currently employed by WWE.
Recently though, former WWE star JTG commented on the proceedings:
"I can forgive him for using the N-word for making a mistake or whatever. But I can't forgive you for admitting that you're a racist. I'm not that dude. I'm not that forgiving. A lot of talent, African American talent share my same thoughts."
He doesn't see Hogan in the same way anymore:
"In that meeting, they should have never brought up, 'be careful what you say, you never know when you're being recorded.' It's like, 'what?!' That should be the last thing you bring up. We all know that we're in the limelight you know you know to watch what you say. But when you're saying an apology, you don't bring up 'watch what you say when you're being recorded.' You talk about using the N-Word saying he admitted to being a racist -- I don't even think he brought that up that he admitted to being a racist. Like that was kinda just swept under the rug like we were just supposed to forget."