Titus O’Neil and Mark Henry talked more about the apology speech that Hulk Hogan gave backstage at Extreme Rules. O’Neil told Busted Open Radio that he feels Hogan's apology was inconsistent and added that he felt "uncomfortable" during the speech.
O'Neil wasn't happy that Hogan mentioned in his speech about being recorded and warned people to be careful about what they say.
”At the end of the day, the company made a decision. I support the decision. I actually support having one of the most iconic figures in WWE history in Hulk Hogan be in the WWE Hall of Fame. What I don't support is the apology that was given in regards to the words and the actions he exhibited years ago. To me when you have true remorse for being sorry about doing something, It's pretty simple. You don't have to be prepped to say certain things and you certainly don't want to make excuse.”
O'Neil added, "I have zero respect for the way he came about his apology. It was not an apology."
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