Here’s Virgil’s Conspiracy Theory On Hulk Hogan’s Racist Comments

Have you ever heard of R. Kelly’s “Little Man” defense when he went to court for allegedly peeing on an underage girl in his sex tape? So here’s the story: R. Kelly’s defense mounted an argument based on Marlon Wayans’ movie Little Man in which his head is CGI’d on a baby’s body. Kelly’s defense tried to make a connection between that movie and R. Kelly’s sex tape, trying to make the jury believe it was possible someone CGI’d R. Kelly’s face on some other guy who peed on the girl.

Why is that relevant? Because it’s 2016 and there are people who are trying to make an argument that Hulk Hogan was actually voiced over in his now-infamous racist rant. His lawyers first came up with that argument and now a more credible voice has doubled down on it. Virgil hopped on WrestleZone Radio to talk about his relationship with Hulk Hogan and the belief that there was a vocal impersonator behind the video.

I don’t think, to me, I don’t think Hulk said that type of stuff. It could have been a voice over or something like that. I don’t think Hulk would ever say anything like that. It could have been somebody else. You know how people do voice overs of people that are pretty important? They can have your mouth moving and they put the words into it.

…It’s not that they don’t like him, it’s that they’re jealous. A lot of people can get jealous. They say they are in his position and they are not.

Or, and just hear me out here, Hulk Hogan said some really horrible, racist things and he has to own up to it. I know it sucks when our heroes and friends do horrible things, but, hey, those are the breaks. And the sooner we just deal with it instead of making excuses, the better.

How about this, though? Why doesn’t Hulk Hogan just make Virgil his new lawyer and do a real-life My Cousin Virgy? Sounds like a plan.