In an interview with sports website Fanhouse.com posted this morning, former WWE Superstar Bobby Lashley says use of performance-enhancing drugs have been eliminated from World Wrestling Entertainment due to the company's drug testing policy.
When asked how prevalent performance-enhancing drugs are in the industry, the former ECW Champion said, "I don't think there's any now."
"They have a really, really, really strict testing policy in the WWE. I know that for a fact. So I know that there is no one who is really on anything now. I think in the past there were some."
Lashley believes some wrestlers used performance-enhancing drugs prior to the introduction of the company's drug testing policy, but not everyone.
"I think there used to be more wrestlers on something than there are now, but it's not like everyone was on something in professional wrestling," Lashley said. "Not at all."
Lashley also talks about his upcoming fight with Jason Guida, the cancellation of his previously scheduled fight with Ken Shamrock, his goals in MMA, and more.