The wrestling industry has long been engulfed in a cloud of suspicion regarding its stars and their use of performance-enhancing drugs, with John Cena courting as much attention as any other.
Standing at 6’1″, weighing 251lbs (114kg) with a squat that not so long ago arched over the 600lb mark and boasting mass and vascularity to match the Mr. Olympia stage, “The Prototype” is a freak of a human.
World Wrestling Entertainment claims to have one of the strictest drug-enforcement policies in sport, and Cena, like any other superstar on the roster, must comply with what’s known as the Wellness Policy.
However, Cena has made an audacious claim after professing to not only passing each and every drug test he’s ever come across in wrestling, but also hanging the negative tests on his gym wall like trophies.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone‘s Erik Hedegaard, Cena went for a tour of his fabled Hard Nocks South gym in Tampa, Florida, and stapled to the wall were the owner’s previous tests.
Quite literally, a wall of p*ss. A wee wall, if you will. Sanitary, Hard Nocks South may not be.