Hulk Hogan is back. The WWE said Sunday it was lifting the legendary wrestler's suspension and reinstating him into its Hall of Fame. Hogan had been kicked to the curb in 2015 after a leaked conversation revealed him using a racial slur. In a statement, the WWE said Hogan's numerous apologies and work with children earned him a second chance. That means he could be back on television soon, although he didn't appear as rumored on a par-per-view special Sunday night. Hogan won a 115-million dollar settlement against Gawker for the tape's publication, effectively shutting down the company. Coincidentally, Sunday was the 24th anniversary of Hogan's admission under oath in a New York courtroom that he had taken steroids during the 70s and 80s.
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