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“Handful of pills”: Ospreay and other Tony Khan stars’ look questioned after WWE legend admits to anabolic steroids
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“Handful of pills”: Ospreay and other Tony Khan stars’ look questioned after WWE legend admits to anabolic steroids

Professional wrestling contains many fascinating things that make the sport a lucrative pursuit for any aspiring athlete. That said, steroid-dependent fitness is definitely not one of them. Fortunately, modern wrestlers are not as prone to artificial bodybuilding as were the classic wrestlers in the heyday of professional wrestling. But WWE veteran Kevin Nash believes some newcomers to rival promotion AEW like Will Ospreay are still following the disgusting old age traditions while WWE keeps their roster largely drug-free.

AEW is subject to constant criticism for its unsatisfactory ratings. This shocking claim from Nash has only added to the disgrace of the founder of the Jacksonville-based promotion.

WWE icon casts doubt on clean status of AEW’s young wrestlers and suggests WWE stars pursue natural remedies

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Professional wrestlers are obsessed with their body size and often go beyond their manners to appear more muscular and larger than life inside the squared circle. However, many things have changed in recent years, with welfare policies, drug testing, and many other legitimate practices coming to the fore. However, the abuses have not remained at zero. Additionally, a WWE Hall of Famer recently cleared up the issues by making a comparison between WWE and AEW fighters.

For those unfamiliar, anabolic steroids are a high chemical derivative of testosterone that athletes use to increase muscle mass and aggression in the body. During the recent episode of Kliq This podcast, Nash left a number of AEW products in deep trouble with sharp rebukes. The veteran noted: “Like Osprey isn’t fat at all, not dialed in. He’s just not set in stone. You know, he’s just, he’s not, AJ. He’s not an LA Knight. I mean, those guys, like most guys you know on the WWE roster, look like you can tell they’re putting in the time in the gym. They’re on diets, a lot of them guys have buses and everything else and it’s fucking microwave food.

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“It’s not like the guys on the other side aren’t making the same money. You know. Some of you who don’t make the same kind of coin, you can still throw the four of you on a bus and make it a bunk bus, just like you would with a rock ‘n’ roll band. You can still eat, you can let someone else drive you, you can sleep and get your workout in. We ate a handful of pills and stuff.” Nash continued.

Moving on, Nash kept Styles and Knight out of the steroid club and defended The Rock against the same charges.

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Nash has denied claims about The Rock’s PED use

The Rock’s enormous physique is a top asset to the entire entertainment industry. There is hardly a fitness freak who was not left perplexed by the sight of the Greek divine body of the Brahma Bull. However, The Rock pays no attention to it and often comes up with his detailed fitness regimen and diet plans. That said, despite all the strenuous efforts, The Rock was once accused of using PEDs by UFC color commentator Joe Rogan.

Nash came to his rescue and called the claim a ‘bu**s*it’

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“The Rock is 50, so if Dwayne takes anything, it was done by a doctor. He is given cypionate or enanthate.’ he explained.

What is your opinion on Kevin Nash’s recent claim that young AEW wrestlers are using anabolic drugs? Let us know in the comments.