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Matt Morgan Defends WWE Champion Jinder Mahal Against Steroid Accusations

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jun 05, 2017

Matt Morgan Defends WWE Champion Jinder Mahal Against Steroid Accusations

Matt Morgan recently appeared on the Wrestling Inc. Podcast last night a commented on natural bodybuilder Nick Miller saying he believes WWE Champion Jinder Mahal should be tested for steroids. Morgan defends Mahal and explains why he believes he is clean:

“I read something about some ‘natural, all natural bodybuilder,’ that’s an oxymoron by the way. Um no, there is a real such thing… Talking about how he could tell all the telltale signs that how Jinder Mahal is taking enhancements. Ok. Put this out there one last time to anybody that thinks this is true. I want you to go back and I want you to come up with all the stars that failed this Wellness policy,” Morgan implored. “There are so many guys that failed this thing… That lost time, that they had to take the title belts off of, they had to do all types of things to recreate their TV because these guys were either on the gas or part of that pharmacy, Signature Pharmacy bust all the guys got screwed through… Where they were ordering steroids online…But a bunch of things have happened over time that cost guys time but more importantly, WWE their storylines. We’re talking heavyweight champions here. So I’m just trying to make sure I’m understanding this correctly. Out of them all… all of them, right? We’re going to let Jinder Mahal take steroids?! Are you high? Are you high? It makes no sense at all.”


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