Ryback on steroids???

Discussion in 'SmackDown' started by BrockLesnarFanForLife, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. Do you think Ryback is on steroids??? this guy looks like hes using something to be that big. He cant be that big just from working out in a gym
     
  2. Yes he can that big from working out. Not every big guy is juicing.
     
  3. Well, WWE handles a policy about supplement abuse. Seen here: http://corporate.wwe.com/company/abuse_policy.jsp

    I'm not saying he did not do them, it could be in a earlier stage.
    But for now, I don't think he does them. Maybe he didn't do them at all. A good diet, lot's of hours in the gym, and legal supplements could be the reason that he's so big.
     
  4. He's not a big enough star to be allowed to do them, so the conspiracists can back off from using that excuse. No, Ryback probably just spends a lot of time in the gym. I know someone who looks similar to him, never touched steroids.
     
  5. Maybe, maybe not. There are plenty of PEDs you can take that won't show up on tests.
     
  6. I hope WWE are testing him regularly. You just never know who is juicing
     
  7. Wanna know who juiced quite regularly earlier in his career? Brock Lesnar! :otunga:
     
  8. i have my on GYM in place where i live, and lot of people working out, they dont use steroids but use some suplements like creatin min and protein from nutrabolics and animal, and look like him
     
  9. Nah, he's not big enough in the company to get away with it tbh. I mean, if Mysterio got suspended for marijuana, I don't see how this guy could get away with roids.
     
  10. Brock never did steriods. If you have seen his work out routine you will know all that muscle was real
     

  11. Didn't Brock get busted for having roids in his early career? Also you say Ryback couldn't be as big as he is without them in your OP yet Brock was probably carrying more or at least the same muscle mass.
     
  12. Proof/Source?
     
  13. Not sure why apart from the family aspect of the show WWE are so worked up over it it's gonna happen due to the body styles VKM prefers so just something we have to put up with as a fan. No diff to most sports to be fair.
     
  14. "Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment champion, was once arrested for illegally possessing steroids, though the felony charge against the 26-year-old athlete was dismissed four months after his January 2001 arrest. Lesnar, pictured in the below mug shot, was popped by Louisville Division of Police detectives after receiving and opening a parcel that cops said contained a "large amount of steroids." Lesnar, a 295-pound former college wrestling champ, was in Kentucky training at a WWE facility. Hit with a trafficking in controlled substances charge, Lesnar was exonerated when tests showed that the seized pills were not, in fact, steroids. While a Louisville detective told TSG that the material was some kind of growth hormone, Lesnar's defense attorney, Scott Cox, characterized the confiscated pills as a "vitamin type of thing." According to Cox, officers seemed "very apologetic" when lab results cleared Lesnar. It is unclear how investigators concluded that the parcel sent to Lesnar may have contained illicit substances. "
     
  15. "Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment champion, was once arrested for illegally possessing steroids, though the felony charge against the 26-year-old athlete was dismissed four months after his January 2001 arrest. Lesnar, pictured in the below mug shot, was popped by Louisville Division of Police detectives after receiving and opening a parcel that cops said contained a "large amount of steroids." Lesnar, a 295-pound former college wrestling champ, was in Kentucky training at a WWE facility. Hit with a trafficking in controlled substances charge, Lesnar was exonerated when tests showed that the seized pills were not, in fact, steroids. While a Louisville detective told TSG that the material was some kind of growth hormone, Lesnar's defense attorney, Scott Cox, characterized the confiscated pills as a "vitamin type of thing." According to Cox, officers seemed "very apologetic" when lab results cleared Lesnar. It is unclear how investigators concluded that the parcel sent to Lesnar may have contained illicit substances. "
     
  16. Brock has taken a lot of growth hormones that at the time was legal but is now considered a steroid. This was revealed in 2001 when he was under investigation for just steroid use. Plus. A guy who more often then not stops answering questions whenever they turn to roids is bound to have a couple skeletons in the closet.
     
  17. I don't think Ryback is on steroids. He's been this big for quite some time, and they if they haven't busted him already, he's probably not doing anything.
     
  18. FWIW, Brock in his first WWE run looked like he was on steroids, which was borne out by the charges filed and later dropped against him, but which suggested strongly that he was on "the juice".

    Brock in his MMA and current WWE run does not look like he's on steroids. He looks like a guy who has a good diet and works out, using legal supplements (which makes sense concerning the transparency of most MMA organizations' and WWE's substance abuse policies).

    Ryback, the actual subject of this thread, is not built with extraneous muscle mass in odd places, which would be a sign of steroid use, and does not show any other signs of steroid use, which either means that he's not juicing or that he hasn't been juicing for very long. Again, fwiw, i don't think he is, but that's just my opinion from observation.

    wk
     
  19. Spotted a grammar error. I feel good. Bolded it.

    Anyway, nice post. Brock has always been a freak of nature - I'm sure Ryback is in the same category.
     
  20. The singlet makes him look bigger haha.