Did you see Mickey Rourkeâs film, The Wrestler? I did. I loved it. I thought it was fantastic. That movie resonated with me because thatâs something I know intimately. That man was a lot of members of my own family. Iâve come from a long line of professional wrestlers and at that time, in the 1970s and 1980s, it was a very tough business. There wasnât a lot of great financial planning going on back then. There was a lot of free spending and you find guys now in their fifties and sixties who are still trying to do it, still trying to have autograph sessions, trying to make money any way they can. Some of my uncles are still doing that and one of them trained Mickey for the movie.
A screen capture from Dwayne Johnson’s movie “Central Intelligence” was used to push a false article that he was arrested in Australia for importing HGH. [Image via Warner Bros. Pictures] Where it gets peculiar is the fact the links in the Rolling Stone and ESPN articles do not work unless they are links to Alpha. Even the Facebook commenting widget located at the bottom of the article does not work. Second, the latter half of the article seems to be nothing more than a huge promotion for the “enhanced” version of Alpha, Alpha Fuel XT. Third, the featured image in said articles are a screen capture of one of Dwayne Johnson’s movies, Central Intelligence . And for those who are surely internet savvy, the Rolling Stones and ESPN articles don’t even link to Rolling Stones or ESPN.