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Gregg Valentino Kills the Synthol Myth

It has been said a million times over by a contingent of the so-called ‘online faceless/nameless haters.’ Even by some who actually have the balls to state who they are and not some nonsense moniker and avatar. Regardless, there is a large number of people out there that have associated Gregg Valentino with the word ‘synthol’ as if it was his middle name.

“The Man With the Biggest Arms in the World” has addressed this head-on time and time again, but yet the shithouse rumor still has legs. Well, now that Valentino is with MuscleSport Magazine (and not ‘Brand X’), he felt compelled to look the viewers right in the eye and refute the claims once again.

So without further a-do, here is Valentino doing what he does best – stirring the bee hive – and that is merely one of his traits that we absolutely love here at MSM. Please feel free to comment and have your say about this video; we do not censor anything – positive or negative. As a matter of fact, we welcome the haters and love to address each and every one of their points.


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  1. Urpo

    April 2, 2015 at 9:17 am

    problem with this Greg dude is simple: he is living in the illusion which make him think that everybody is just as dumb as he is. Sadly, it is just an illusion. Even a blind man can see with his forehead that this man is abusing synthol or similar injected oil, and that fact doesn’t change no matter how often he deny it. If he stand behind his words, there is always way to prove his words to be true: Let’s pick some doctor of medicine and surgery, and let him take some samples from his so called muscles and examine what he use to fill them. Let the doctor decide where he take those samples, and then we see who is right. I bet that any given bodybuilding magazine will sponsor this event, so do not let anything to stop you to doing this.

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