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Bodybuilding and steroids used by some athletes – particularly wrestlers – have always been a major issue. The fact is that some wrestlers from the WWE have been suspected and confirmed to be using performance enhancing drugs to attain their muscular physiques. One of the most controversial wrestlers rumored to be using steroids is John Cena.
Who is John Cena?
John Cena became big in the WWE where he held numerous titles, one of the biggest being the World Heavyweight Championship. His other awards include but are no limited to:
· World TAG Team Championship
· WWE Championship
· WWE United States Championship
· WWE Tag Team Championship
· Slammy Award Winner – Superstar of the Year
· Royal Rumble
· Slammy Award of Game Changer of the Year
· Slammy Award for HOLY S#!+ Move of the Year
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John Cena, Bodybuilding and Steroids Use
Wresting fans are still debating whether the professional wrestler has been using steroids before he made it big in the WWE. Opinions are actually divided with some fans stating that Cena has been working out since he was 12 years old – hence his impressive frame. Others however are not convinced, citing that it’s impossible to bulk up by that much without the help of steroids. The doubt coming from most people isn’t really surprising considering Cena’s unnatural size and thickness which seems to be only achievable through steroids.
A documentary made by CNN Special Investigations Unit titled “Death Grip: Inside Pro Wresting” focused on wrestlers, bodybuilding and steroids use. In this, John Cena was asked point blank if he was using or have used steroids. The answer for this was conflicting due to edits in the documentary. In the first release of the documentary, Cena was caught implying that he has used steroids although it would be hard for others to prove it. In the original video however, it was shown that the wrestler answered the question with a negative. Even if he is using drugs however, chances are this was done in the past and no longer continuing in the present.
Steroid Use in Athletes
The use of steroids by professional athletes and celebrities seem to be more common these days, but this is greatly discouraged by numerous authorities. In fact, authorities are now levying fine and jail-time for anyone who is using steroids without the necessary prescription. Not only are these performance enhancing drugs considered cheating by many, they could also have adverse effects to the body. Large amounts of the substance can mess up the kidneys and cause hormonal imbalance in the body. They can also increase the risk of blood clots which can result to early strokes and ultimately, problems in the heart. This is why everyone – not just athletes – is encouraged to take the natural, slower but infinitely healthier route to a well-toned physique.