Hulk Hogan 'appalled' at sex tape

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HULK Hogan doesn't know who the woman in his sex tape is.

The 58-year-old wrestling legend admits he went "crazy" and was "running wild" with more than one love interest for four months around the time the tape was created, which he thinks must have been about five years ago after he split from wife Linda Hogan in 2007.

The footage is alleged to show the 'IMPACT Wrestling' star involved in sexual relations with a mystery brunette woman.

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Hulk - who uses the wrestling catchphrase "whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild over you" - told "It wasn't just one brunette I was running wild for a few months.

"I don't even remember people's names much less girls.

"Why would someone hold onto this for at least five years?"

Hulk - real name Terry Bollea - has branded the tape, which is currently being offered for sale to porn companies, an "outrageous invasion of privacy" and claims it was "secretly filmed".

His lawyer David Houston explained: "Terry Bollea is appalled at the unauthorised release of a secretly filmed video.

"(Hulk) neither approved of the filming nor the release of the same. It is clearly an outrageous invasion of privacy and breach of trust if it is genuine.

"We will take all necessary steps to enforce both civil and criminal liability."

Steve Hirch - the founder of adult entertainment company Vivid Entertainment - claims he has been offered the video from an unidentified person for a fee.

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