In this article, you will find answers to:
- Do WWE wrestlers take steroids?
- Are WWE wrestlers allowed to use steroids?
- Did wrestlers in the 90’s used to be way more buff?
- Why would WWE superstars use steroids?
- Do all the powerful wrestlers in WWE like Batista, John Cena, and Brock Lesnar take steroids?
Do WWE wrestlers take steroids?
The official answer to this question is no, but the truth is that they do. Yes, WWE wrestlers take steroids.
During a testimony, 85-90 percent of the company’s wrestlers admitted to using steroids at some point in their lives.
But not all WWE wrestlers use performance-enhancing drugs. Some well-known and prominent wrestlers did not use steroids during their careers.
There are many examples of people who did not take steroids or any drug to enhance their bodies or power.
Rusev had been naturally strong before joining WWE, a former rower and powerlifter. He was a little fat during his first days in WWE, but he became fit slowly and steadily.
He didn’t change much of his physics. Over the years, there is very little change that can be achieved through practice.
Take a look at this before and after photos of Jinder Mahal
Jinder Mahal back in the days when he wasn’t using any PEDs
Now compare it with this photo of him when he started using steroids
Also, gynecomastia is an obvious sign that Jinder Mahal is using steroids.
Take a look at this video talking about Jinder Mahal’s steroid use
Are WWE wrestlers allowed to use steroids?
Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon founded the WWE. They are the owners of the company. According to some wrestlers, the use of steroids was required by Vince McMahon because it would logically result in a far more entertaining match for the audience.
Let’s face it, the WWE’s tests are a joke, and I’ll let you know why.
WWE launched a drug-abuse policy updated every two years listing prohibited PED substances, including all anabolic steroids, IGF (insulin-like growth factor), and HGH (human growth hormone).
However, for more than a decade only two wrestlers have been flagged by the WWE anti-doping program, Randy Orton and Ricardo Rodriquez.
Is that logical?! how come a whole roster of hundreds of superstars are tested and only two athletes fail! During a whole decade!
All this leads us to believe that WWE is turning a blind eye.
Take a look at these photos of Vince McMahon and see for yourself if he looks natural for a guy in his 70s
Here is another picture of him from the front
Why would WWE superstars use steroids?
There are several reasons why a professional wrestler would use steroids.
Some wrestlers use them as a result of pressure from WWE executives. Kevin Wacholz, for example, gave testimony that McMahon had ordered him to take steroids or get fired.
One can achieve a muscular body without working as much as a bodybuilder if one uses these medications.
To use these medications, one might achieve a muscular body without working as much as a bodybuilder. If long-term health and longevity are not taken into consideration, human growth hormones can be used together with steroids to obtain a “sculpted” look.
Is the WWE Roster drug-free?
WWE wrestlers are tested randomly during the year, but the staff can evaluate a wrestler if there are doubts about their drug use.
Did wrestlers in the 90’s used to be way more buff?
Why? Well, it’s obvious, during the 80s and 90s all the WWE (called WWF back then) roster was on steroids, and doping was extremely encouraged by the company.
Do all the powerful wrestlers in WWE like Batista, John Cena, and Brock Lesnar take steroids?
There is no evidence that Batista, John Cena, and Brock Lesnar are using steroids.
But ask any professional bodybuilding coach and they will tell you that it is absolutely impossible to get such a big body with such details naturally.
All the superstars mentioned above look like bodybuilders if not better, and 99% of professional bodybuilders have used steroids.
They’ve all got an FFMI that far exceeds the humans’ natural limit. They took them for an extended period, certainly.