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Old 11-29-2019, 07:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up WWE Legends talk steroids

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The majority of wrestlers (especially on the big network) are on steroids because the organization regarding testing is very lenient.
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Old 11-30-2019, 09:33 AM   #3
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Interesting. Back then I worked out at this place Colonie Athletic Club and the manager there, we use to call him Ned the neck, worked out a deal with the then WWF wrestlers that they could train there for free when in town for their shows. So I saw a lot of them come through in the 80s. They were some big fookers. The Ultimate Warrior use to turn purple he was on so much shit for so long. He did a lot of over head presses, probably not surprising since it was so related to his signature move. Back then it was like watching actor characters march into the gym. To bad what happened to Lex Lugger.
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Old 12-01-2019, 06:59 PM   #5
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Good share. Nothing too shocking, but worth the watch.
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Old 12-01-2019, 11:16 PM   #6
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Billy Graham used to workout often at the original Golds in the early 70's. He worked out with Arnie sometimes and Arnie would help him with posing, so ya know he prolly had the scoop of what they were running. Hence safe bet that he had more knowledge than most wrestlers at the time regarding PED's.
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Old 12-01-2019, 11:33 PM   #7
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Interesting. Back then I worked out at this place Colonie Athletic Club and the manager there, we use to call him Ned the neck, worked out a deal with the then WWF wrestlers that they could train there for free when in town for their shows. So I saw a lot of them come through in the 80s. They were some big fookers. The Ultimate Warrior use to turn purple he was on so much shit for so long. He did a lot of over head presses, probably not surprising since it was so related to his signature move. Back then it was like watching actor characters march into the gym. To bad what happened to Lex Lugger.
Similar situation when I lived in VA. There was a gym called Olympia Fitness Center in Richmond, and being down south, many of them would often stop in. This was late 80's & early 90's. I remember seeing Warlord and he was the biggest fuqqer I had ever seen IRL (even to this day). Good God he was a beast - like 6'5 and 330 and solid. His friggin' arms looked as big as my quads! I had to leave bcoz going to work, but some of my gym buds told me later he benched 5 plates for 3 so easy as if he coulda did 8-10 reps.

Famous powerlifter Anthony Clark (RIP) stopped in a couple times also and put on a benching clinic, and even though he was much stronger (obviously duh) in bench than Warlord, he was just built like a short, fat beachball - he wasn't even in the same league as appearing as freaky and intimidating as Warlord.
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it is sad about Luger I really wanted to be like him though 6' 4" and 280 ripped
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FUNNY.. If the Honky Tonk Man took any AAS of any kind, he got RIPPED OFF seriously.. He looked like crap always so I would say he never took the real deal... Some of the others in this video I can say did.
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FUNNY.. If the Honky Tonk Man took any AAS of any kind, he got RIPPED OFF seriously.. He looked like crap always so I would say he never took the real deal... Some of the others in this video I can say did.
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Similar situation when I lived in VA. There was a gym called Olympia Fitness Center in Richmond, and being down south, many of them would often stop in. This was late 80's & early 90's. I remember seeing Warlord and he was the biggest fuqqer I had ever seen IRL (even to this day). Good God he was a beast - like 6'5 and 330 and solid. His friggin' arms looked as big as my quads! I had to leave bcoz going to work, but some of my gym buds told me later he benched 5 plates for 3 so easy as if he coulda did 8-10 reps.

Famous powerlifter Anthony Clark (RIP) stopped in a couple times also and put on a benching clinic, and even though he was much stronger (obviously duh) in bench than Warlord, he was just built like a short, fat beachball - he wasn't even in the same league as appearing as freaky and intimidating as Warlord.
Yeah those were the days. It was real live chemical super heros.
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I remember him getting really red for a couple years.
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I remember him getting really red for a couple years.
actually since you mention it so do I
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Exactly.. The dude wore his Elvis suit walking in looking pregnant... Then, when he took it off, I was like WTF, dude put it back on... UUUHHHGGGG.. So embarrassing to look at...
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