Joe Rogan Drops The Rock Drug Bombshell

The Rock is one of the greatest stars of WWE. His physique has drawn attention and it has only gotten bigger and better with time. It seems the long tenured UFC commentator Joe Rogan is certain that Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s body is not natural.



Joe Rogan makes bold steroid claims on The Rock

Rogan recently made strong claims about the same during an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience (JRE) podcast featuring Derek, the fitness educator who exposed ‘Liver King.’ Rogan jokingly claimed that ‘The Rock’, like ‘Liver King’ should come clean right now and admit to steroid use. According to the UFC color commentator, it is humanly impossible to maintain the size and physique that ‘The Rock’ has at the age of 50.

The podcast host said:

“‘The Rock’ should come clean right now. Should make a video in response to the ‘Liver King’ video – ‘I need to talk to you because ‘The Rock’s been lying’. There’s not a f***ing chance in hell he’s clean. Not a chance in hell. As big as ‘The Rock’ is, at 50.”

Rogan also noted that Johnson’s physique has only grown bigger since his thirties, which according to the podcaster, is naturally impossible.

Derek also criticized ‘The Great One’ for advocating a longevity-focused lifestyle while practicing the exact opposite. The More Plates More Dates founder believes Johnson is bound to have exposed himself to chemicals to sport the look that he does.

The evident size difference between WWE wrestlers and UFC fighters was also the topic of conversation during an episode of the JRE podcast featuring comedians Tony Hinchcliffe, Bryan Callen, and former UFC fighter Brendan Schaub.

Schaub suggested that WWE wrestlers are usually on steroids, which took Hinchcliffe, who is a pro wrestling fan, by surprise. Rogan backed up Schaub’s claims, claiming that all WWE wrestlers except CM Punk use steroids. The JRE podcast host said:

“Come on, I think ‘The Rock’ is on steroids usually. Tony, you weigh 6 pounds and you’re talking about a guy who is immensely super athletic and is probably about 260. Of course. They have all done something”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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