Kevin Sullivan has said that the WWE should refrain from bringing Hulk Hogan back as he could be a bad influence on the wrestling entertainment company. The former WCW booker on the latest episode of MSL & Sullivan podcast gave his reason as to why the "Hulkster" should not return to the WWE.
Sullivan told his co-host and former ROH announcer Mister Saint Laurent that although he knows the WWE Hall of Famer from back in the day, Vince McMahon should not let Hogan return as he has used racist words a number of times in the past, which will be brought on his return to WWE.
"Here's the thing, and I don't give a s**t what Hulk says, I know Hulk. I knew him when he was a guitar player at the Rocket Lounge in Tampa. I know this guy. This wasn't a one time only [incident], using the n-word. He said it to me a couple of times about who I was hanging out with back in the day. If they do bring him back, I think somebody is going to bring it up and say that wasn't the only time he used it, come on," Sullivan said.
He added that Hogan's use of racist words could affect Linda McMahon's climb in the Republican party as well. Linda has been appointed to the Small Business Administration by President-elect Donald Trump.
"They're a publicly traded company and Mrs. McMahon is now appointed by the president elect to the Small Business Administration. This is a chance for her to move up in the Republican party and certainly they don't want to offend the black vote in this country because believe it or not, Trump got more than they thought [he would], the percentage of black voters," he said
"I think it would hurt her and Vince [McMahon] being the great family man that he is, he isn't going to take a chance for another mistake with Hulk right now," the wrestler noted.
In July 2015, the WWE let go of Hogan after audio of him using alleged racist language from 2012 surfaced.
"WWE terminated its contract with Terry Bollea (aka Hulk Hogan). WWE is committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers and fans worldwide," a WWE representative told told FOX411.
Hogan last appeared at Wrestlemania 31 two years ago.