Tito Ortiz Supports Hulk Hogan After Racism Controversy

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Following racism controversy, WWE has been scrubbing all memories of Hulk Hogan from existence, a situation that UFC Hall Of Famer Tito Ortiz claims he can relate to.

Hogan, who was released from WWE after audio tapes leaked that included him saying multiple outright racist comments, received support from a fellow legend in “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy,” who pointed out that UFC has tried to erase him from their history as well.

Below are some tweets Ortiz sent to Hogan this week:

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