Jon Bravo Film w/ Alleged Evidence Against Roman Reigns Released

Video On Steroid Ring Lacks Evidence Against Roman Reigns, Claims Brock Lesnar & Steve Austin Were Clients

Jon Bravo Releases Hyped Steroid Video Featuring ZERO EVIDENCE on Roman Reigns

He claims in the video that without the devices that are in the DEA's hands, he can not verify for sure that Roman Reigns obtained steroids through WFN.

Over the past few weeks, filmmaker Jon Bravo has sent out warnings in previous videos and cryptic messages over social media that hyped up a video which would link former three-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns along with many other wrestlers to the Richard Rodriguez steroid scandal.

Instead, Bravo admitted that, at this point, he could not implicate Reigns and that until he received those other laptops and messages, Reigns is merely being name-dropped without sufficient evidence.

In case you didn't know.


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The video documents the story of Wellness Fitness Nutrition LLC (WFN) and Richard Rodriguez. They allegedly imported goods from China and then manufactured steroids in Arizona before distributing them around Miami.

For those who don't recall, Reigns was named by jailed steroid distributor Richard Rodriguez as a former client in an interview he gave to filmmaker Jon Bravo about his Miami-based company Wellness Fitness Nutrition - which was raided by the DEA a year ago.

It had been previously implicated that WWE legend Jesse Ventura was going to be implicated but as it turns out, he had nothing to do with WFN.

In Bravo's video above, Jesse "The Body" Ventura was said to have been a part of the steroid ring, but he had nothing to do with it as a trainer by the name of Jesse Burdick used Ventura's name to order supplements. Photos are shown of Burdick with John Cena and Bobby Lashley, though no evidence has been presented that either wrestler was involved with the steroid ring.

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There was no evidence presented on Roman Reigns because Bravo said he was still waiting for evidence on laptops and mobiles seized by the DEA. Bravo also said something similar regarding Mark Wahlberg, adding that Wahlberg's communications were made through a doctor.

The video attempts to paint Rick Bassman as a key player with the WWE steroid connection. Bassman has never worked for WWE.

Rodriguez claimed that through Mark and Chris Bell, Reigns, Brock Lesnar and Steve Austin became "advocates and clients" of his. Bravo claimed the sole objective of his film was to prove that either these alleged athletes and celebrities were or were not linked based on the evidence.

A lot of what Jon Bravo is saying seems like pure speculation and joining dots in a way convenient for the narrative he's trying to push.

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