Hulk Hogan On ‘Racist’ Dress Code At Restaurant, Says He Didn’t Know About It & It’s Been Removed, WWE Distributor Apologizes For Sting DVD Error

Bill Pritchard

Hulk Hogan On 'Racist' Dress CodeHulk Hogan On ‘Racist’ Dress Code

WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan addressed the recent TMZ report that the dress code at his Hogan’s Beach restaurant was racist, and said he’s getting rid of the list.

Hogan says he’s not racist and neither is his restaurant, and told TMZ he didn’t know about the dress code. He says he immediately called the restaurant’s managers and made them remove it, citing the dress code was originally modeled after one used at Las Vegas and Miami pool parties.

Hogan doesn’t own the restaurant, but licensed his name to it, and says it was never meant to be racist, but understands the backlash and misunderstanding, so he had it removed.

Sting DVD Error Update

We previously reported that there was a photo error on the new WWE Best of Sting DVD, with the mistake showing a photo of ‘Fake Sting’, played by Jeff Farmer in WCW.

The WWE DVD distributor has since apologized for the error, calling the first run of the DVD a soon-to-be “collector’s item.” You can view their response in the form of a Facebook post below:

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