Despite several delays in the release of the video, it turns out most of the evidence at this time is circumstantial or non-existent.
In Bravo's video above, Jesse "The Body" Ventura was said to have been a part of the steroid ring, but he had nothing to do with it as a trainer by the name of Jesse Burdick used Ventura's name to order supplements.
As far as the talk surrounding Roman Reigns goes, there was no evidence due to Bravo stating that he was still waiting on proof that is now on laptops and mobile devices that have been seized by the DEA. Bravo also showed photos of Burdick with Cena and Lashley but that's no sort of proof whatsoever. Bravo said that evidence was on either an iPhone, iPad or another computer that has not yet been released in the court proceedings. He claimed that Reigns placed his orders under an alias but that "it's impossible to cross reference his orders without seeing the communication that [Rodriguez] had with him through text messages". Rick Bassman, who trained John Cena, Sting and Ultimate Warrior, was listed as "one of the key players with the WWE connection". Bassman hasn't been involved with WWE in many years and the documentary fails to prove that he has been a liaison for steroid use and WWE stars. The only evidence presented regarding this was a text from Rodriguez to Chris Bell asking him if he'd had a chance to take to John Cena or The Rock in 2016.
Rodriguez claimed that through Mark and Chris Bell, Reigns, Brock Lesnar and Steve Austin became "advocates and clients" of his.
A lot of what Jon Bravo is saying seems like pure speculation and joining dots in a way convenient for the narrative he's trying to push.