Bodybuilder Concludes Holly Holm Was Abusing Anabolic Steroids Based On Picture Of Her Vagina
Jason Blaha is the proprietor of Juggernaut Fitness TV -- a bodybuilding/fitness YouTube channel with over 73,000 subscribers -- which hardly makes him a doctor, or any sort of legitimate expert on the human body. He is, however, a natural bodybuilder and strongman competitor, who purports to know about the effects (and side effects) of anabolic steroid use.
Apparently Jason felt compelled to post a video detailing the sign(s) that tell him UFC bantamweight champion Holly Holm was using steroids -- or at least more steroids than her competition.
His smoking gun? Her vagina. (For reals.)
Were it not for Holm's connection to a supplement company that sells banned substances, we'd have completely ignored Blaha's video -- which we admit is pretty creepy, seeing as he spends a full minute talking about what her vagina looked like at the UFC 193 weigh-in. Whether his theory is complete bullshit or not (there's certainly not enough evidence to say anything remotely definitive), the video already has over 500,000 views.
Holm has never tested positive for a banned substance at any point in her combat sports career. She also seems like a really nice person who doesn't deserve to have her body scrutinized like this. Alas, it's 2015 and privacy no longer exists.
The USA Today on Holm's shady sponsor...
[USA Today] Don Catlin, a renowned anti-doping expert, said Holm’s business relationship with Intel Pharma is “a pretty bad idea.’’ Victor Conte, founder of the Bay Area Lab Co-Operative (BALCO) that provided legal and illegal supplements to athletes, said that in the wake of Holm's stunning, second-round knockout over Rousey on Saturday in Australia, her business relationship with Intel-Pharma is a concern.
“This looks highly suspicious,’’ Conte told USA TODAY Sports. “This is crazy stuff.”
Lenny Fresquez, Holm’s manager, told USA TODAY Sports Monday night that he and the fighter were aware before signing the sponsorship deal that Intel Pharma sold products containing banned substances.
Blaha's bizarre video, below...
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