– It was reported last night that a Miami gym owner who was arrested in early 2017 on charges of selling $10 million in steroids named Roman Reigns as a client. Richard Rodriguez, who was arrested in February of 2017, told filmmaker Johnny Bravo that Reigns, Mark Wahlberg, and Josh Duhamel were among his more famous clients. Forbes has more on the story here, noting that Rodriguez’s company, Wellness Fitness Nutrition LLC (WFN), had a client list that included “at least 50 customers in the Eastern District of New York.” The organization is being compared to the Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative (BALCO), which was linked to several high-profile athletes including Jason Giambi, Marion Jones, Bill Romanowski, and Barry Bonds. WWE nor Roman Reigns have commented on the story at this time.
– On last nights WWE 205 live, Drew Gulak was sporting a cowboy hat. Kevin Owens joked about it on Twitter
I just saw @MojoRawleyWWE walking towards the gate at the airport next to someone whom I assumed must have been some sort of big time Texas oil tycoon…
As they got closer, I realized it was @DrewGulak wearing a giant cowboy hat.