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Steroid Accusations Against Jinder Mahal Baseless, Says Former WWE Superstar

Former WWE superstar Matt Morgan has come out in the support of Jinder Mahal who recently was pushed to the top of WWE. The former WWE and TNA star Matt Morgan blasted the claims of bodybuilder Nick Miller who recently said he believes WWE Champion Jinder Mahal should be tested for anabolic steroids. Morgan stated on Sunday's episode of the Wrestling Inc. Podcast said he is drug-free himself and looks better than he ever has by following a strict diet.

In the last few weeks, there has been a lot of speculation that Mahal is using anabolic androgenic steroids and performance enhancing drugs to achieve the body that is preferred by Vince McMahon in his superstars.

Morgan, in his defense of Mahal, said there is no way that the WWE star is working the dates he is working and holding the WWE world title without being tested for anabolic steroids on regular occasions. Matt Morgan added the WWE has already tested him many times for anabolic steroids and added there is no way that it is making any kind of special exception for Mahal.

The belief of Morgan has a point. There have been names like Randy Orton and Rey Mysterio who have been suspended over the years for failing the drug tests. Morgan also said that Jinder Mahal is legitimately developing his body without making the use of steroids. Morgan also commented that anyone who sees Jinder Mahal in person would not think he is as big as they think.

In a recent interview, Jinder Mahal said that he started his new diet in June last year. Mahal said he lived on drinking beer and eating a lot of junk food before that but now has cut out all beer and drugs. Mahal revealed he wakes up and performs 25 minutes of cardio on an empty stomach and later consumes oats, whey powder protein, and a banana for breakfast.

     After this, Mahal said he does a workout of 90 minutes and stretches for 30 minutes and eats his next meal that is the same as his first meal of the day. Mahal also revealed he orders from a meal-prep company every two hours and this includes rice or turkey and pasta or chicken and also commented that he does make use of supplements like amino acids, magnesium supplements, multivitamins, and creatine. Mahal also revealed he consumes two gallons of water every day.

Jinder Mahal recently defeated Randy Orton to win the WWE Championship for the first time at the latest Smackdown-exclusive pay-per-view Backlash. This win made him the 50th WWE Champion and the first wrestler of Indian descent to win the title.

The nephew of Stampede Wrestling legend Gama Singh, Jinder Mahal debuted in Premier Martial Arts Wrestling (PMW) also holds a business degree in communications and culture from University of Calgary. The Indo-Canadian professional wrestler signed to WWE is the current WWE Champion in his first reign. Mahal had a short-lived alliance with his brother-in-law, The Great Khali, during his first stint in WWE. Mahal was released from WWE in 2014 and returned to the promotion after a period of two years.

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Albert Wolfgang is a professional medical writer with over 20 years of experience. He hold multiple personal training certifications, including the coveted NASM and AFAA certificates. He graduated with honors with a B.S. and M.S. in biochemistry with a minor in physical studies. Albert and his team have trained over 100 IFBB professional bodybuilders, including Hollywood stars and many up and coming fitness stars.

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