Current WWE Wrestler Identified In Metro Atlanta Steroids-HGH Story
WSB-TV, the ABC affiliate out of Atlanta, has identified the WWE wrestler linked to steroids and HGH found in a Locust Grove, Georgia house.
The wrestler is current employed by World Wrestling Entertainment, as the drugs are being linked to ECW wrestler Michael Hettinga a.k.a. Mike Knox. According to police, paperwork in the boxes link the drugs to Hettinga.
The resident who purchased the home from Hettinga found two shoe boxes in the attic containing bottles labeled as steroids, testosterone and human growth hormones. The boxes also contained syringes and a some personal documents.
In 2005 and 2006, Hettinga was a part of Deep South Wrestling, which was based out of McDonough, Georgia.
For more on the story, click here. A picture of Mike Knox from ECW is featured in the article. Also featured in the article are images of the bottles of various drugs belonging to Knox, which you can see at this link.
After being largely kept off television for over a year, Knox finally appeared to be in line for a push in the company as he’s been up-ending Stevie Richards the past few weeks on ECW. Knox’s winning streak continued last week when he picked up a solo victory over Richards. The two also met in tag action the week before as Knox & Layla were victorious over Richards & Kelly Kelly.
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