World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. (WWE) has announced that Hulk Hogan has been reinstated to its Hall of Fame three years after he was suspended when a racist rant was made public.
But a few of the wrestling company’s black talent isn't convinced Hogan has changed. Kofi Kingston, a member of the tag team group New Day, said they find “it difficult to simply forget” Hogan’s comments.
Fellow WWE superstar Titus O’Neil chimed in as well saying that his apology was not genuine. Following his reinstatement, Hogan said he met with WWE superstars backstage at “Extreme Rules” in Pittsburgh, where he addressed the suspension.