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Ryback Claims Jinder Mahal's New Physique Is Not A Result of Diet and Exercise

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Apr 25, 2017

Ryback Claims Jinder Mahal's New Physique Is Not A Result of Diet and Exercise

Former WWE Superstar Ryback recently commented on Jinder Mahal's impressive new physique on the latest episode of his "Conversation With The Big Guy" podcast.

"The Big Guy" claims that Mahal did not attain his new body through diet and exercise alone and there must be some other substance used to enhance his body. 

"Speaking of t--s, who I noticed had t--s this week on RAW, Jinder Mahal." Ryback continued, "I noticed… they did a close up of his f--king chest and I just noticed it right away. I've never had that or anything because I don't… like, there's no reason to. When you get gyno, red flags right off the f--king bat, Dr. [David] Black."

Ryback went on to say whatever Mahal is doing to his body didn't happen of its own accord:

"Jesus Christ, that s--t don't happen on its own." Ryback added, "and I like Jinder and whatnot and he looks great, but I am pointing out the obvious, that that doesn't just f--king happen from f--king drinking your protein shake."

Do you agree with Ryback?

Source: Wrestling Inc. (Transcript)
Tags: #wwe #ryback #jinder mahal

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