WWE Cuts All Ties With Hulk Hogan After He’s Heard Spewing Series Of Racial …

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Hulk Hogan admits using N-word in sex tape as WWE fires wrestling icon.

“Keep it up, my n—-!” McMahon says as he walks away past a fuming Booker T. “Tell me he didn’t just say that,” Booker T seethes for the camera. “Surely everyone would recognize the 2005 segment was an outlandish and satirical skit involving fictional characters, similar to that of many scripted television shows and movies,” a WWE “I am shocked by the statements made by Hulk Hogan.The WWE used its finishing move on Hulk Hogan Friday after the wrestling icon acknowledged repeatedly using the N-word in a racist rant in a 2006 sex tape. “WWE terminated its contract with Terry Bollea (aka Hulk Hogan),” the Connecticut-based company said in a statement about the 61-year-old balding blond behemoth.

Thursday to say the National Enquirer had him on the ropes with excerpts from the sex tape transcript that would be published Friday morning. “I mean, I am a racist, to a point. F–king n—–s,” the transcript says, according to The Enquirer report, published with its sister website RadarOnline. “(Hogan) advised the WWE he was going to resign from all contractual obligations because he did not want the WWE to pay any consequences for his horrible word usage,” Houston told the Daily News on Friday. “It was unacceptable for me to have used that offensive language. Like a basketball player!” Hogan did not know he was being recorded during the romp with Clem, and publication of the XXX tape led to his $100 million lawsuit against Gawker Media. During the on-air interview, Hogan recalled how black wrestler Booker T used to call him the N-word on TV and boasted that superstar rappers Lil Wayne, The Game and Birdman also used the term to address him in Miami. It’s not clear how much Hogan’s contract with WWE was worth, but his role included hosting and promoting, and he reportedly was named general manager of the organization’s Australia tour next month.

The lavish Belleair, Fla., mansion that served as the backdrop for his family’s 2005 reality show “Hogan Knows Best” — complete with its own tanning salon — sold for $6.2 million in 2012 after first going on the market for $25 million. The brash gossip and news site obtained the 2006 tape of Hogan and Clem and published it under the headline “Even for a minute, watching Hulk Hogan have sex in a canopy bed is not safe for work but watch it anyway.” Hogan claims in his suit that his privacy was violated, while Gawker has argued that publishing the tape is protected by the First Amendment and newsworthy because Hogan has bragged publicly about his sexual prowess.

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