Titus O’Neil Has ZERO Respect for Hulk Hogan’s Apology

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This week’s episode of Busted Open Radio featured WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil along with hosts Dave LaGreca and Mark Henry. Among other topics, Titus talked about Hogan’s reinstatement into the WWE Hall Of Fame.

“I think I pretty much summed up everything in my statement on Twitter and Instagram,” O’Neil said.

Titus continued, “I made a statement and I pretty much lined up everything that I had to say in accordance with what New Day said. We don’t want him in the Hall Of Fame. That would be ignorant to say that I don’t want to give a chance. In the same token, I’m not trying to be part of a reclamation project when it’s not true remorse behind that reclamation project. If it’s done for show, I can’t be a part of that.”

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Mark Henry chimed in and expressed his anger for people outside of the industry tried to claim that O’Neil got mad and he left upon seeing Hogan. Henry noted that the stories about O’Neil were false and there were 20 other Superstars that were told that they could leave as they were not booked for Extreme Rules that night.

O’Neil added, “I have zero respect for the way that he came about his apology. It was not an apology and I feel very strongly about that. He doesn’t have to prove anything to me. He doesn’t have to prove anything to you. At the end of the day, he’s a grown man that made a mistake. However he goes about correcting his mistake, that is on him.”

Listen to the full interview: