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WATCH: Natural bodybuilder explains why he is very suspicious about Jinder Mahal’s transformation

Thanks to Jan L. for sending in the following video.

Nick Miller, owner of popular bodybuilding channel called “Nick’s Strength and Power,” posted a video on Jinder Mahal and his transformation. It’s a topic that has come up so much that Mahal has had to address the issue on his Instagram account and in interviews. Mahal credits his intense training and dieting with his transformation.

Miller talked about WWE’s wellness policy and noted that Mahal has transformed himself from having a “dad bod” to being “super vascular” and “super shredded.” Miller noted that WWE’s wellness policy has a section about “reasonable suspicion testing.”

The policy states that “WWE may require WWE Talent to submit to a test or tests, including, without limitation, urine, blood, saliva, hair, and/or breath tests, if there exists reasonable suspicion that a WWE Talent has violated any part of this Policy or has diminished ability to perform as a result of using any prohibited substance.”

There is also a list of signs that would cause WWE to have reasonable suspicion. Miller said that Mahal has some of the signs listed in the wellness policy and said that extreme vascularity and extreme transformation of the body are common signs of a steroid abuser. He also mentioned gynecomastia as an obvious sign. Gynecomastia is the build up around the nipple area that is caused by estrogen levels not recovering correctly after a steroid cycle.

Miller said that Mahal should be tested based on WWE’s own wellness policy. I should add that Mahal has stated that he’s been tested several times and has never failed a test so you can come to your own conclusions.






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