Say Hi to Your Steroid Dealer for Me

Say Hi to Your Steroid Dealer for Me

Say Hi to Your Steroid Dealer for Me

Hollywood stars Mark Wahlberg and Josh Duhamel, along with WWE's top superstar 33-year-old Roman Reigns have been named as alleged clients of jailed steroid distributor Richard Rodriguez, who is being investigated by the DEA.

If that is indeed the case, The Miz will become an 8 time Intercontinental Champion, which will leave him one title reign shy of tying Chris Jericho's all time record with 9 IC Title wins.

Rodriquez is now in prison and with his freedom curtailed has made a decision to snitch on the A-list celebrities.

Rodriguez's Wellness Fitness Nutrition LLC (WFN) was raided by the DEA a year ago following an investigation. In a criminal complaint, agents accused Rodriguez, 37, and wife Nancy, head of a nine-member steroid ring, of importing products from China, manufacturing steroids in an Arizona lab and distributing the drugs worldwide from a Miami P.O. Box. During a telephone interview with documentary filmmaker Jonny Bravo, Rodriguez listed off a bunch of celebrities he claims were associated with him and Roman Reigns was the first name he said.

Rodriguez later said there are other WWE athletes he worked with.

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Rodriguez also said he chose to disclose Reigns as part of his plea.

The show will feature many names from the past including WWE Hall of Famers, former World Champions and more, but that's not all. In 2016, the WWE surprised fans by suspending Roman Reigns for 30 days over a violation of the wellness policy.

It's unclear how WWE will handle the allegations against Reigns.

As reported yesterday here on eWrestlingNews.com, Roman Reigns has been accused of being a client of a now-jailed steroid dealer.

WWE is now building up to the 25th anniversary edition of Raw, but wrestling legend.

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