Rampage names the spy; executive VP of MusclePharm resigns

Friday, September 23, 2011

During Friday morning’s edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter, Rampage finally exposed the name of the mole and revealed the alleged perpetrator is now standing in the unemployment line:

The dialog begins when Rampage responds to why he felt there was a spy in his camp:

Rampage: Because it’s true. I’ve had a couple of feelings and a guy tweeted me on Twitter and made my suspicions grow further. A couple of things happened, so I faked a injury. It got right back to Jon Jones’ manager and we just found out who the spy was. And he’s terminated. He’s no longer working right now. So we found out exactly who the spy was and it’s true.

Jones: So who’s the spy, Rampage?

Rampage: You know who the spy was.

Jones: Why don’t you tell the world who the spy was, Rampage?

Rampage: The only reason why I won’t tell the world who the guy is, is because the guy did work at MusclePharm, and the guys at MusclePharm found him and they fired him and I didn’t want to bring MusclePharm on top. But the guy did work there at the office at MusclePharm, but the owner of MusclePharm found the guy and fired him.

What’s his name, Anthony?

Anthony (Rampage’s trainer sitting off camera): Leonard is his name.

Rampage: His name is Leonard, and you know Leonard because you sent him K-Swiss shoes and stuff … He’s great friends with your manager.

Jones: I was sending him K-Swiss shoes? I have no clue who ‘Lennox’ is, Rampage. You need help, buddy.

Rampage: You sound guilty, homie.

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Sure enough, a report found online from the Securities and Exchange commission show that Leonard Armenta did indeed resign as executive vice-president of MusclePharm:

On September 16, 2011, Leonard K. Armenta resigned from his position as the Executive Vice President of MusclePharm Corporation, a Nevada corporation (the “Company”).  His resignation was not the result of any disagreements with the Company on any matters relating to the Company’s operations, policies or practices.

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