Hulk Hogan is turning the blame on Gawker for leaking a radio interview that got him fired from WWE last week.
According to reports by the New York Post, the wrestler -- real name Terry Bollea -- filed an emergency motion Thursday against the gossip website for allegedly leaking his eight-year-old radio interview.
Bollea, 61, said several racial slurs and apparent homophobic comments on the recording.
"We have filed a motion detailing out what we believe to be a number of facts that caused us to have suspicions to Gawker's involvement," Bollea's lawyer, David Houston, confirmed with Fox 411.
"We have requested the court grant additional discovery tools to establish once and for all if Gawker is responsible. We are hopeful the court will agree."
The outlet reports Gawker has denied any role in leaking the detrimental clip.
The infamous television personality is the defendant of an ongoing $100 million suit against the website for publishing a sex tape of himself with another man's wife in 2012.