Mark Henry has had conversations with the locker room and Hulk Hogan.
On Sunday, WWE announced Hulk Hogan would be reinstated into the WWE Hall of Fame after what the company called a "three year suspension." Hogan flew into Cleveland and traveled to Pittsburgh which was the site of the Extreme Rules pay-per-view to address the WWE locker room.
After the meeting, Hogan characterized it as positive and credited the WWE talent for their support.
On Busted Open Radio, he described a conversation he had with Hogan where he believes he has changed but the world still sees him for what he said in the leaked tape. Henry told Hogan that if he wants to put in the "work" then Henry will make himself available to help.
In an interview for TMZ, Henry was asked about the response by other African American WWE roster members and Henry said they were split "50-50" in accepting or rejecting Hogan's apology and redemption effort.
Henry also said Hogan should attempt to do some charity work with inner-city organizations to show that his apology comes from a place of growth and not for financial gain.
Fightful Wrestling will continue to report on any developments in Hulk Hogan's attempt to reconcile with WWE, the wrestlers, and fans.