Hulk Hogan has filed a lawsuit against two Tampa Bay-area radio personalities for their alleged involvement in the release of his infamous sex tape.
The WWE legend - real name Terry Gene Bollea - is suing 102.5 FM The Bone morning host Mike "Cowhead" Calta, his former co-worker Matt "Spice Boy" Loyd, and the owner of the radio station for defamation, according to Adam Walser and Ric Russo of ABC Action News.
In the lawsuit, Hogan claims Calta and Loyd were involved in "stealing, disseminating, using, and exploiting illegally-recorded video." A judge ordered the defendants to respond to the allegations within 20 days after their motion to dismiss the case was denied last week.
Hogan was awarded $115 million in damages from Gawker last year after the media outlet published a portion of the sex tape involving him and Heather Cole, the then-wife of his friend Bubba "The Love Sponge" Clem, in 2012. Gawker filed for bankruptcy shortly after the trial ended.