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Hulk Hogan Appears On Good Morning America To Issue Apology For Racial Tirade

Maybe Hulk Hogan should just give up at this point.

The WWE legend appeared on Good Morning America on Monday to issue an apology for his racial tirade caught on camera in a sex tape recorded in 2006. The former New World Order leader is suing Gawker, the website resposible for the leak, for $100 million, when audio surfaced of Hogan using offensive slurs aimed at daughter Brooke Hogan's then-boyfriend earlier this year.

Hogan sat down with the talk show's host, Amy Robach, and issued an apology, stating "people get better," as well as pleading for forgiveness. Hogan also said he used the N-word loosely while growing up in his rough neighborhood of South Tampa, without intent to harm others.

Maybe not the best excuse, Hulkster.

Hogan was fired from WWE earlier this year due to the ordeal, and was subsequently removed from the promotion's Hall of Fame.

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