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Jordan is the latest in a long line of NBA players to use steroids

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Jordan is no stranger to the use of performance-enhancing drugs, having used them before and as a professional basketball player.

His most famous and lucrative use of steroids came with the Denver Nuggets in 2007, when he won a championship and the franchise’s first championship since 1985.

Now, Jordan is taking the next step in his career by making the transition from the NBA to the WWE.

Jordan’s next step will be in professional wrestling.

According to Wrestling Inc, he will be the first American-born athlete to wrestle in the WWE after he wins his WWE Championship at WrestleMania 33.

The move comes a few months after he won his second WWE Championship against WWE Champion Seth Rollins.

Jordan said his goal is to compete at the highest level of the sport, adding that the goal is just to win the WWE Championship.

“I want to be the best, and I want to do the best I can,” Jordan said.

“It’s not about me.

It’s about me being the best.

It has nothing to do with money.

It will be exciting.” “

This is my dream job, and my dream family.

It will be exciting.”

Jordan’s WWE contract is for the 2017-18 season, with a potential extension in 2019.

The 31-year-old is a former college basketball player who had a stint with the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA’s second era.

His career took a detour when he switched to the National Basketball Association in 2015, when the sport was undergoing a period of growth, especially in the youth leagues.

The NBA’s current system of player contracts is designed to give teams more flexibility to bring in younger talent.

Jordan, who turns 32 in December, has been in the league for five seasons.

He has a record of 16-7 with a 3.03 ERA and 1,928 strikeouts.

He won the World Series with the Detroit Tigers in 2013.

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