WWE talent at HBO doc premiere on Thursday, Hulk Hogan says he owes all talent an apology


WWE talent at HBO doc premiere on Thursday

WWE.com is featuring an article about WWE talent attending the Los Angeles premiere of HBO’s new documentary about Andre the Giant.

In attendance included Big Show, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, Rey Mysterio, Bill Simmons, Cary Elwes, Mark Henry, Freddie Roach, Hulk Hogan and Jimmy Hart.

We noted on Twitter about a photo making the rounds showing Hulk Hogan and Triple H having a conversation on the red carpet this past Thursday night.

WWE issued a statement earlier this week distancing themselves from any notion that Hogan was returning to the company in any kind of significant role at this time.

WWE has posted a few interviews from the red carpet you can watch below.

Hulk Hogan says he owes all talent an apology

TMZ Sports is featuring an interview with Hulk Hogan while he was in town in Los Angeles for the HBO premiere of the new Andre the Giant documentary.

Hogan noted that he not only owes an apology to all African American wrestlers on the WWE roster, but all wrestlers in general for using racially charged language.

He also addressed Mark Henry’s recent comments that Hogan owes an apology to all members of the roster, including African American talent.

“I was way out of line. I’m sorry for that forever. I never heard what Mark Henry said. He’s my boy, man.”

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