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When a fighter gets busted with steroids, does it hurt their legacy?


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I'm not going to mention any particular fighter, but let's say that a fighter is suspected of steroid use for a long time. He is never busted with steroids, but during this time period he accrues a lot of wins. One day this fighter fails a drug test for PEDs. Now do you still consider all of his past wins legit, or a product of his steroid abuse?

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I'm not going to mention any particular fighter' date=' but let's say that a fighter is suspected of steroid use for a long time. He is never busted with steroids, but during this time period he accrues a lot of wins. One day this fighter fails a drug test for PEDs. Now do you still consider all of his past wins legit, or a product of his steroid abuse?[/quote']

 

Absolutely it hurts a fighters legacy.

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Their legacy will be tarnished. Just look at MLB for example and the people that have been caught. Don't see any Hall of Fame in their future. Unfortunately it was not illegal in baseball at that time and the owners and MLB was making a lot of money off of it and now hold it against them.

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Their legacy will be tarnished. Just look at MLB for example and the people that have been caught. Don't see any Hall of Fame in their future. Unfortunately it was not illegal in baseball at that time and the owners and MLB was making a lot of money off of it and now hold it against them.

It's gonna be so great when someone currently in the hall of fame comes out and says they used steroids. Then they'll either have to yank them out, or open the flood gates and let everybody in.

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