The man has been linked to dozens of bodybuilding contests in the past, but it appears that’s all been a facade.
Tom Prince, an American bodybuilder, was the host of the “Bodybuilding Challenge” on ESPN for five years.
It was his first appearance on the show.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Prince revealed that he had no involvement in the bodybuilding competitions he appeared in.
Prince has said he was paid $1 million to appear in the show, but that was later retracted after it was reported that he hadn’t been paid.
He was reportedly paid $400,000 to appear on the “BEST OF” episode in 2014.
In the interview, Prince said that he wasn’t paid a dime for appearing on the reality show.
“I didn’t do it for money,” he said.
“I just thought it would be cool if there was a show where I could be a contestant.
But I never got a penny out of it.”
The AP reported that Prince was asked by the network to remove the video of his appearance on “BASIC BODYBUILDING CHALLENGE.”
Prince said that was not the case, but said that his appearance was removed due to the public perception that he was involved in a bodybuilding contest.
The Bodybuilding Challenge is not the first time that Prince has come under scrutiny.
The reality show was cancelled by NBC after a video surfaced in which Prince appeared to take a selfie with a man who was then being chased by the police.
Prince was also the subject of an ethics investigation by the National Football League (NFL) and was stripped of the league’s All-Pro Award.
In response to the controversy, Prince filed a lawsuit against NBC.
The “Bodybuilders Challenge” was a popular reality show that aired on ESPN and was hosted by Tom Prince and Joe Rogan.
The show featured competitors who competed in competitions in New York City and the US.
In its early years, it was viewed as a popular show that had a huge fan base.
Prince died in 2015.