Hulk Hogan's lawyers have sent ''very aggressive'' legal letters to various websites in an attempt to remove all clips and photographs from his infamous sex tape.
Hulk Hogan is trying to have his sex tape deleted from the internet.
The wrestling legend is attempting to have all copies of the illicit footage - which features him engaging in sexual activities with Heather Clem, the ex-wife of his friend and radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge - removed from various websites by threatening legal action.
Hulk - whose real name is Terry Bollea - recently obtained a restraining order against website Gawker.com, the first website to post a one-minute clip of leaked footage last year, resulting in the company agreeing to remove it and now Hulk's lawyers hope to use the restraining order to eradicate other existing clips and screenshots that have accumulated around the web.
According to TMZ, the wrestling legend's lawyers have sent ''pretty aggressive'' letters to various websites including TheDirty.com - which has posted numerous raunchy pictures from the sex tape - instructing them to remove all content or face ''drastic legal action''.
Hulk's X-rated liaison with Heather is thought to have taken place six to seven years ago, but only surfaced last year.
The 59-year-old star currently has a $100 million lawsuit against Gawker pending trial over its publication of the footage and has also filed a lawsuit against his sex tape partner for allegedly leaking it.