A judge has denied Hulk Hogan's request to have Gawker remove his sex tape from their website. The ruling allows the site to keep the video online until the official case is decided. When the tape first leaked, Hulk filed the lawsuit claiming it was an invasion of privacy and that the damage it caused was irreparable. TMZ reports that the judge explained that the former wrestler failed to prove that posting the tape was not within their first amendment rights. He went on to say that protecting Hogan's privacy was not necessary at this point since the proverbial cat was out of the bag. There is still a chance that the judge presiding over the $100 million lawsuit could overturn this ruling and call for the removal of the video.