Linda Hogan Has Zero Sympathy For Hulk Over Sex Tape: 'He Has No Shame in His Game'

The wrestling star's ex spoke to INSIDE EDITION about his trial.

Hulk Hogan’s ex-wife, Linda, is speaking out and told INSIDE EDITION how she felt watching the former WWE wrestler testify about his embarrassing sex tape.

"It is actually quite sickening," she said. 

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Linda said she has zero sympathy for her ex-husband.

Hulk is suing gossip website Gawker, which posted clips of him having sex with his best friend's wife. He said it happened during a weak point in his life, when he was having problems in his marriage to Linda.

"He has no regret, he has no shame in his game. His attitude is that it is everyone else's fault and I don't really think he is sorry," she said.

"I didn't find out about him having the sex tape until it became national news. It is hard to believe I was married to this man, that I had children with, that I lived with, that I had to look at and talk to and trust as my husband and he is doing this kind of stuff behind my back?"

Some of those marital issues were on display in the reality show Hogan Knows Best.

On the witness stand, Hulk, whose real name is Terry Gene Bollea, said he agreed to do the show because Linda pressured him.

“I thought maybe it'd get us back on track because my ex-wife was, you know, 'What about me? What about me? I've supported you all these years and I didn't follow my dreams,''' Hogan testified. 

Linda said that couldn't be farther from the truth. 

"I never said those words, I never said anything like it," she said. "In fact, the understanding was that he came and approached me to do the show in order to help his wrestling career in order to give him a little zap because the wrestling was falling off." 

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Trial attorney Lisa Bloom is head of The Bloom Firm and a legal analyst for the law-services website

She thinks Hogan isn't eliciting the same sympathy from the jury that Erin Andrews got in her peeping-tom trial.

“I would be shocked if he gets a number anywhere near $55 million like Erin Andrews got. I would think $10 million, if he wins,” she said.

Linda told IE that she thinks he deserves nothing from his suit against Gawker. 

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