Former WWE Superstar Says Steroids Helped His Career, Talks Not Watching Now, Rock Helping Him
During the session, Huffman revealed that The Rock paid for his food, rental cars and hotels until he could start making money on his own with the company. He also said that he can't watch wrestling anymore because it's too hard to watch and he has a lot of back problems stemming from his wrestling days.
Regarding steroid use, Huffman said that they were great for him and he only weighed 205 pounds when he started with WWE in 2002. Huffman added, "I needed to get bigger, and I had to get bigger in a short period of time. Naturally, I wasn't going to get there. It paid my bills and helped me survive for a living. I'd do it again. People think it's the worst, but if it's done with doctor supervision, it aided my career."
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