NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman, who has courted controversy over his friendship says Hulk Hogan is no racist.
Rodman came to Hogan’s defense after the WWE terminated its contract together with the wrestling icon following the release of a leaked court document revealing he used the N-word on a sex tape.
The News said Hogan had Rodman on his 2008 reality show “Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling” as a contestant.
Wrestler Mick Foley and fellow WWE legend Virgil were also on Twitter to support Hogan, who responded to the tweets.
“Thank you my brother Virgil. Only love HH,” Hogan tweeted back.
Hogan has been accused of using the N-word to describe a man involved with his daughter, Brooke, in a leaked transcript of a sex tape which is the center of a multimillion dollar suit with the gossip site Gawker.
Following the WWE’s statement, Hogan apologized for the remarks he made.
When you seek for Hogan about the website, he is not recorded on the WWE Hall of Fame page, and all his products was taken from the WWE store.