Titus O'Neil Thinks Hulk Hogan's Apology Lacked "True Remorse"

Titus O'Neil did not like the way Hulk Hogan addressed the locker room.

Last week, Hulk Hogan was reinstated into the WWE Hall of Fame and met with the WWE locker room before the Extreme Rules pay-per-view to apologize for the scandal which caused his exit from WWE. On Busted Open Radio, O'Neil was asked about his reaction to Hogan showing up to Extreme Rules.

"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," said O'Neil "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," he continued.

O'Neil said he wants to give the character of Hulk Hogan and the real man a chance but he was uncomfortable with the inconsistency Hogan showed since the scandal first happened.

The full episode interview can be seen on the Busted Open Radio YouTube channel or the video above.

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