The Hall of Famer has been tweeting about ‘forgiveness’ (Photo: WWE)
Hulk Hogan has claimed ‘getting even or justice doesn’t compare to forgiveness’.
The WWE Hall of Famer – who was loudly booed by sections of the live crowd at WrestleMania 37 earlier this month – has called for people to ‘forgive [their] fellow man’ in a series of emotional social media posts.
He wrote: ‘For breakfast,lunch and dinner the media broadcasts negativitie and fear,
‘I choose to walk with the word and always stay in the light of the highest and only love, forgiveness is the key, if u can’t forgive ur fellow man, you can’t be right with the father. (sic)’
Hogan – whose real name is Terry Bollea – later reiterated his stance as he claimed forgiveness as a way to ‘learn from the past’.
He tweeted: ‘Today is a new start, He has risen, getting even or justice doesn’t compare to forgiveness
‘With forgiveness you can learn from the past and move on to higher vibrations and higher vibrating people and situations, all is anew, you can change your thinking, like attracts like OnlyLoveHH (sic)’
Although Hogan’s WrestleMania 37 co-host was cheered by his hometown Tampa crowd on April 10 and 11, the same can’t be said for the former world champion.
The pair powered through ignoring the reaction, with many fans tweeting from inside the stadium to confirm the response to the Hulkster.
Hogan returned to the WWE fold in 2018, three years after he was fired over racist comments leaked during his sex tape trial.
Titus and Hogan hosted the event in Tampa (Photo: WWE)
He publicly apologised to the locker room, and Titus has previously insisted he won’t ‘judge’ Hulk by his mistakes.
He told Metro.co.uk: ‘What happened, happened. We can’t change that but we’re all moving forward in a positive manner. I’m not one to judge anybody, because I’ve made mistakes myself.
‘I’ve had several conversations with Hulk since his return, and I feel like each with each conversation we’ve come closer to an understanding of what’s happened is in the past.
‘This is what he’s doing now, he’s obviously one of the most polarising figures in WWE history. It just makes sense that we turn a negative into a positive.’
Meanwhile, Seth Rollins previously made waves online after he addressed Hogan in an interview regarding his Mount Rushmore of WWE, which also included Bruno Sammartino, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and John Cena.
However, he added: ‘Shawn’s my favourite. Shawn’s my favourite wrestler of all time, but we’re talking about contributions to WWE and what they’ve meant to the business, and look, if it were up to me, in that situation, I would scratch Hogan off that sucker probably.
‘But again, if we’re just talking not the kind of human being you are but we’re talking about your contributions as a wrestler to the company, okay, Hogan was responsible for everything that happened after the late ’80s.
‘Look, Hulk’s always been really nice to me, but that doesn’t make him a great human being.’
Credit: Original article published here.