A teary Hulk Hogan begged for forgiveness Monday as he opened up about how his caught-on-tape racial slurs cost him his legacy and drove him to contemplate suicide. The WWE fired Hogan last month after the wrestling icon admitted he repeatedly used the N-word in a 2006 sex tape. The 62-year-old has sued Gawker Media for publishing the racist rant. Hogan, whose legal name is Terry Bollea, said he became suicidal after the tape’s release. “I was to the point where I wanted to kill myself, you know?” he said on Good Morning America Monday. “I was completely broken and destroyed and said, ‘what’s the easiest way out of this?’ I mean, I was lost.” Hogan — who called his daughter Brooke’s then-boyfriend the N-word during the secretly recorded 2006 rant — regretfully admitted that he used the word. He was mad at Brooke, and unfairly lost his temper when speaking about her beau, he explained.