Hulk Hogan recently spoke to BANG Showbiz to promote his upcoming "Evening with Hulk Hogan" event in the UK on November 14th. During the interview, Hogan - who recently stated that he was out of the WWE Hall of Fame - talked about WWE firing him earlier this summer over his leaked racist rant.
"It was business," Hogan said, via TV3.ie. "I understand they're a public company - and with a political correctness vibe in the air, I understand why they've removed all mentions of me. I don't think they're right, the WWE knows me better than anybody and they know I'm not racist. So I wish they had taken a different choice of action, such as suspension."
Hogan also attributed his racist comments to a "mess-up or a bad day."
"This whole racist rant or these comments - not to make light of them - but the people who have been supportive of me look at them more like just a mess-up, or a bad day and they know that's not me," Hogan said.