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Kevin Sullivan Doesn't Think Hulk Hogan Will Be Brought Back To WWE

Posted By: Dustin Frisch on Nov 08, 2017

Kevin Sullivan Doesn't Think Hulk Hogan Will Be Brought Back To WWE

Former WCW head booker Kevin Sullivan recently appeared on The Hannibal TV and discussed whether he thinks Hulk Hogan will ever be invited back to the WWE.

WWE terminated its contract with Hogan in 2015 after a sex tape leaked that included him making anti-black remarks and expressing anger at the thought of his daughter, Brooke, dating a black man. He also used the n-word multiple times in the video. 

He believes the real reason Hogan won't be back with the company is because of Linda McMahon's position as the Administrator of the Small Business Administration under the Trump Administration.

"I think if there's one tape out there, there may be another," Sullivan said. "But the main thing is, because Linda McMahon is in the cabinet, she's the head of the Small Business Administration, I don't think they need any more heat. All you need today is for one person to say it, take something out of context. And they're very, very concerned about their public image now, and rightfully so."

Kevin spoke a little about the sex tape leak.

"The thing with Hogan, and that was Bubba's wife, that was very bizarre to me. It's just so bizarre."

Below is the entire video for your viewing pleasure.

Source:  The Hannibal TV
Tags: #wwe #kevin sullivan #hulk hogan

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