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Long-time forum lurker, first time poster, be gentle please :)

 

In a baked moment of brilliance, I realized another possible reason why Lesnar could be postponing the fight. Now don your tinfoil hats and bear with me please.

 

People have said that Lesnar is 'afraid' of Carwin, or he's just trying to hold onto his belt as long as possible. I disagree. While I do not like Brock Lesnar, I don't believe he is afraid of anyone. I also don't think he's the type to cling to a belt by shady means. He'll fight whoever he needs to.

 

I do think, however, there is the possibility that postponing the fight is steroid related. Think about it for a sec, his freakish strength, size, speed, and roid-rage like antics lead me to believe there is a possibility that he is on steroids. But Brock Lesnar has never tested positive for steroids, right? I just think that Brock has been very smart with it. He knows how long it stays in his system and is familiar with the cycles. Which leads me to my hypothesis:

 

I think Lesnar may have finally made a mistake with the cycle and knows that he will test positive at fight time. Postponing the fight due to 'sickness' gives him the time needed to fully flush the steroids out of his system.

 

Again, this is just my opinion. He very well may not do steroids. But to deny that it's a possibility is just ignorant imho.

 

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You created an account just to post this garbage?

 

If you want to start talking about people postponing fights, point your finger in the direction of Alistair Overeem.

 

 

FWIW, my thoughts on this postponement are as follows..

The UFC was counting on Silva VS Belfort to headline 108. When this fell apart, they needed a big fight to take place on their New Years card. Lesnar VS Carwin fit that bill perfectly.

They've already done this once, when they moved Lesnar VS Mir to 100, and bumped Evans VS Machida up to 98. They were afraid that Jardine may possibly beat Rampage, and they didn't want Evans VS Machida to headline the biggest show they've ever put on.

It's all about marketing, and there probably is no real illness.

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You created an account just to post this garbage?

 

If you want to start talking about people postponing fights' date=' point your finger in the direction of Alistair Overeem.[/quote']

 

In his 1st post nonetheless, the dude raises an arguable point (can you prove him wrong, with a fact? Of course not), and regardless of the actual validity of said point, it's a well written, carefully laid out argument.

 

You have a ton of posts, and you go all OMG NOOB on him, with a lame attempt to troll. Shame on you.

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Long-time forum lurker' date=' first time poster, be gentle please :)

 

In a baked moment of brilliance, I realized another possible reason why Lesnar could be postponing the fight. Now don your tinfoil hats and bear with me please.

 

People have said that Lesnar is 'afraid' of Carwin, or he's just trying to hold onto his belt as long as possible. I disagree. While I do not like Brock Lesnar, I don't believe he is afraid of anyone. I also don't think he's the type to cling to a belt by shady means. He'll fight whoever he needs to.

 

I do think, however, there is the [b']possibility[/b] that postponing the fight is steroid related. Think about it for a sec, his freakish strength, size, speed, and roid-rage like antics lead me to believe there is a possibility that he is on steroids. But Brock Lesnar has never tested positive for steroids, right? I just think that Brock has been very smart with it. He knows how long it stays in his system and is familiar with the cycles. Which leads me to my hypothesis:

 

I think Lesnar may have finally made a mistake with the cycle and knows that he will test positive at fight time. Postponing the fight due to 'sickness' gives him the time needed to fully flush the steroids out of his system.

 

Again, this is just my opinion. He very well may not do steroids. But to deny that it's a possibility is just ignorant imho.

 

Flame away.

 

You do know that UFC does random drug test? Yeah, you really can not do steroid cycles. Also, I was watching a documentary about steroids, and this guy would be on steroid cycle, but once he was off the steroid his strength went back to normal, so steroid cycles are useless in MMA because to get the full effect of the steroids you have to be constantly using them.

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In his 1st post nonetheless' date=' the dude raises an arguable point (can you prove him wrong, with a fact? Of course not), and regardless of the actual validity of said point, it's a well written, carefully laid out argument.

 

You have a ton of posts, and you go all OMG NOOB on him, with a lame attempt to troll. Shame on you.[/quote']

 

I'm not claiming 'NOOB'. But really, why make your first post an attack at the UFC Heavyweight Champion?

These steroid claims have gotten pretty old.

Yes, he raises a valid point. But if he felt strongly enough about it to create an account, he's basically saying that Lesnar IS on steroids, and that this is just an excuse to cycle off of them.

I'm thinking that this is just one of the many Lesnar-haters on these forums, and they've created another account for fear of being banned on their old one.

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You do know that UFC does random drug test? Yeah' date=' you really can not do steroid cycles. Also, I was watching a documentary about steroids, and this guy would be on steroid cycle, but once he was off the steroid his strength went back to normal, so steroid cycles are useless in MMA because to get the full effect of the steroids you have to be constantly using them.[/quote']

 

When did the UFC adopt a random drug testing policy?

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I'm not claiming 'NOOB'. But really' date=' why make your first post an attack at the UFC Heavyweight Champion?

These steroid claims have gotten pretty old.

Yes, he raises a valid point. But if he felt strongly enough about it to create an account, he's basically saying that Lesnar IS on steroids, and that this is just an excuse to cycle off of them.

I'm thinking that this is just one of the many Lesnar-haters on these forums, and they've created another account for fear of being banned on their old one.[/quote']

 

I see where you're coming, and I definitely understand your point. I also call BS on the steroid accusations.

 

But still, even if he is a hater, he is posting his opinion carefully and using good grammar. And he has the undeniable right to post whatever he wants to. Blame 1st Amendment.

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I see where you're coming' date=' and I definitely understand your point. I also call BS on the steroid accusations.

 

But still, even if he is a hater, he is posting his opinion carefully and using good grammar. And he has the undeniable right to post whatever he wants to. Blame 1st Amendment.[/quote']

 

Yeah, it was a very well-written post.

I appologize for being somewhat harsh. I'm just irritated at all the whack-jobs on these forums lately.

 

Back on the subject of random drug tests..

As far as I understand, the CSAC is the only commission that subjects fighters to random, in-training drug testing.

If anyone is going to call Brock Lesnar out on this, then they should definitely be raising their eyebrows at Sean Sherk pulling out of his fight at 104.

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I'm not claiming 'NOOB'. But really' date=' why make your first post an attack at the UFC Heavyweight Champion?

These steroid claims have gotten pretty old.

Yes, he raises a valid point. But if he felt strongly enough about it to create an account, he's basically saying that Lesnar IS on steroids, and that this is just an excuse to cycle off of them.

I'm thinking that this is just one of the many Lesnar-haters on these forums, and they've created another account for fear of being banned on their old one.[/quote']

 

Yes, in my opinion, I believe Lesnar has used steroids. Could I be wrong? Absolutely, and I'll be the first one to admit fault if I'm wrong. Honestly, I give it a 50/50 chance he's used steroids.

 

And no, I'm not a recycled forum alt, this is my first account created here. I don't expect you to take my word for it, but I believe that will become evident the more you read my posts.

 

As for Lesnar-hater, no I wouldn't go that far, but I'm definitely not a fan of his. I don't like the disrespect he's shown, and I don't like the personality he's shown. That said, I still respect the skills he has. His wrestling is world-class. He's a top-tier athlete. He's a beast and a true threat to anyone in the HW division.

 

Like I said, it's very possible I'm wrong. I have had friends that used steroids, and I see similarities behavior-wise as well as build-wise. They could just be coincidental, but these similarities have shaped my opinion to believe he has used steroids.

 

This seemed like a valid possibility of why the fight was postponed to me, so I posted it to get feedback. Maybe I hit the bong one too many times, but maybe other people would agree. I posted it to start a discussion, not to hate on Lesnar. Take it how you will.

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yeah possibly i believe he admitted using roids while wrestling with wwf **** the wwe thats super gay any way i could be wrong with that allegation though. i didnt have him winnin against carwin in the first place he's stand up is terrible besides the striaght right that everyone is gonna be lookin for and if the fight stays on its feet he'd lose to any one he only stands with.

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Long-time forum lurker' date=' first time poster, be gentle please :)

 

In a baked moment of brilliance, I realized another possible reason why Lesnar could be postponing the fight. Now don your tinfoil hats and bear with me please.

 

People have said that Lesnar is 'afraid' of Carwin, or he's just trying to hold onto his belt as long as possible. I disagree. While I do not like Brock Lesnar, I don't believe he is afraid of anyone. I also don't think he's the type to cling to a belt by shady means. He'll fight whoever he needs to.

 

I do think, however, there is the [b']possibility[/b] that postponing the fight is steroid related. Think about it for a sec, his freakish strength, size, speed, and roid-rage like antics lead me to believe there is a possibility that he is on steroids. But Brock Lesnar has never tested positive for steroids, right? I just think that Brock has been very smart with it. He knows how long it stays in his system and is familiar with the cycles. Which leads me to my hypothesis:

 

I think Lesnar may have finally made a mistake with the cycle and knows that he will test positive at fight time. Postponing the fight due to 'sickness' gives him the time needed to fully flush the steroids out of his system.

 

Again, this is just my opinion. He very well may not do steroids. But to deny that it's a possibility is just ignorant imho.

 

Flame away.

 

I wont flame, its a good arguement. He's taken Hgh before when he was in OVW(ohio valley wrestling) how else did he get from being 260lbs too 300lbs when he debuted at OVW.

 

You created an account just to post this garbage?

 

If you want to start talking about people postponing fights' date=' point your finger in the direction of Alistair Overeem.

 

 

FWIW, my thoughts on this postponement are as follows..

The UFC was counting on Silva VS Belfort to headline 108. When this fell apart, they needed a big fight to take place on their New Years card. Lesnar VS Carwin fit that bill perfectly.

They've already done this once, when they moved Lesnar VS Mir to 100, and bumped Evans VS Machida up to 98. They were afraid that Jardine may possibly beat Rampage, and they didn't want Evans VS Machida to headline the biggest show they've ever put on.

It's all about marketing, and there probably is no real illness.[/quote']

 

If this is true than Lesnar is as petting as I thought he would be. Only wanting too be a better card.

 

Alistair is on Steriods. Thats why he hasnt fought in the states since late 2007. Pulled out of fights with Rodgers(rodgers vs arlovski instead), and Werdum(werdum vs kyle instead). He wants Fedor in April. Guess his cycle ended finally. How big is he now, 265lbs?

 

Yes' date=' in my [b']opinion[/b], I believe Lesnar has used steroids. Could I be wrong? Absolutely, and I'll be the first one to admit fault if I'm wrong. Honestly, I give it a 50/50 chance he's used steroids.

 

And no, I'm not a recycled forum alt, this is my first account created here. I don't expect you to take my word for it, but I believe that will become evident the more you read my posts.

 

As for Lesnar-hater, no I wouldn't go that far, but I'm definitely not a fan of his. I don't like the disrespect he's shown, and I don't like the personality he's shown. That said, I still respect the skills he has. His wrestling is world-class. He's a top-tier athlete. He's a beast and a true threat to anyone in the HW division.

 

Like I said, it's very possible I'm wrong. I have had friends that used steroids, and I see similarities behavior-wise as well as build-wise. They could just be coincidental, but these similarities have shaped my opinion to believe he has used steroids.

 

This seemed like a valid possibility of why the fight was postponed to me, so I posted it to get feedback. Maybe I hit the bong one too many times, but maybe other people would agree. I posted it to start a discussion, not to hate on Lesnar. Take it how you will.

 

It was Hgh. the WWE had a whole scam with doctors. Chris Benoit got over 10 months worth of steriods every 2 months.....FACT. After Eddie Guerrero's death(2005), thats when they had their drug free policy. Since then 9 wrestlers have tested positive.

 

Randy Orton, Johnny Morrison, Chris Masters, Booker T were the top guys busted.

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idk, i wouldnt say lesnars on steroids, i mean even back when he started wrestling, he was a big guy, ye well you guys can say he took steroids way back then; if you see him back in WWE, ye he was big, but he always had a certain degree of bf, if you compare him to those other wreslters ie: scott steiner, triple h you can see the difference, and that they had very little bf

I'm no specialist on steroids or anything just my opinion.

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You do know that UFC does random drug test? Yeah' date=' you really can not do steroid cycles. Also, I was watching a documentary about steroids, and this guy would be on steroid cycle, but once he was off the steroid his strength went back to normal, so steroid cycles are useless in MMA because to get the full effect of the steroids you have to be constantly using them.[/quote']

 

the ufc doesnt test anyone. the SAC tests the athletes and it's not always random. some programs only test prior to and just after a fight.

 

secondly what you heard about steroids isn't true. you can stop using steroids and maintain your strength. this myth is perpetuated because people who aren't into fitness use steroids to quickly buff up but then don't maintain the continuous effort needed to keep toned.

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idk' date=' i wouldnt say lesnars on steroids, i mean even back when he started wrestling, he was a big guy, ye well you guys can say he took steroids way back then; if you see him back in WWE, ye he was big, but he always had a certain degree of bf, if you compare him to those other wreslters ie: scott steiner, triple h you can see the difference, and that they had very little bf

I'm no specialist on steroids or anything just my opinion.[/quote']

 

Steiner was on Steriods. You can tell by the deformitty on his abdomen, and the acne on his skin. Kurt Angle said it best when he said that Steriods alter your body in ways that you can tell. Having great abs over a fat belly(Steiner, Marcus Bagwell, Scott Norton) when abusing Steriods.

 

Triple H is also a user, but is very dedicated too Body lifting hiding the signs/symptons. He grew 15lbs heavier with a body already at a maximum build. Hence one of th ereasons why he has sported the somewhat looking beard. He jumped from 240lbs guy, to well built 265lbs frame. When DX started, he was big but not that big. Once the Championship was given too him, his body gained more in muscle mass. he already was a body builder, and got bigger. Steriods/HgH be the case....

 

Sorry for getting off the subject. Someone who is on roids, Randy Orton........You can tell.

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Well i only read the first page so i dont know if this got metoined but if u watch ufc countdown to ufc 100 it shows a picture of brock when he was 17 pretty unlikely he was using steroids at 17 and he was a tankthen and i just odnt think its in his nature to use roids cos he`s the sort he wont wanna cheat.

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In his 1st post nonetheless' date=' the dude raises an arguable point (can you prove him wrong, with a fact? Of course not), and regardless of the actual validity of said point, it's a well written, carefully laid out argument.

 

You have a ton of posts, and you go all OMG NOOB on him, with a lame attempt to troll. Shame on you.[/quote']

 

I think Brock Lesner postponed the fight to have his ***** and ********* removed. You can't prove me wrong can you? Maybe Lesner postponed because he is planning on being abducted by aliens that weekend. You can't prove me wrong can you?

 

He was sick. Let it go. Not everything is a conspiracy.

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steriods does not give you xxxxl hands. its gives your weird looking biceps. brock as you can tell is just freakishly big, his frame is huge. steriods does not give you big bones. if he was on steriods, he would have been caught by now with all the random riod checks in high school, college, football, wwe, and ufc. no one is that lucky.

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Of course Lesnar juices. You would have to be a delusional imbecile to not see that. It sickens me to say it but the sad truth is that all the fighters competing at this level use steroids and/or growth hormones. Just like cutting weight they have cycling to avoid detection down to a science...and just like cutting weight they sometimes f*** up and it doesn't work out.

 

You can flame me all you like but it's true and if you spent any time training/competing you would know it.

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steriods does not give you xxxxl hands. its gives your weird looking biceps. brock as you can tell is just freakishly big' date=' his frame is huge. steriods does not give you big bones. if he was on steriods, he would have been caught by now with all the random riod checks in high school, college, football, wwe, and ufc. no one is that lucky.[/quote']

 

 

He may have gotten off because he was sold bunk roids but he certainly didn't know that when he bought them.

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You created an account just to post this garbage?

 

If you want to start talking about people postponing fights' date=' point your finger in the direction of Alistair Overeem.[/b']

 

 

FWIW, my thoughts on this postponement are as follows..

The UFC was counting on Silva VS Belfort to headline 108. When this fell apart, they needed a big fight to take place on their New Years card. Lesnar VS Carwin fit that bill perfectly.

They've already done this once, when they moved Lesnar VS Mir to 100, and bumped Evans VS Machida up to 98. They were afraid that Jardine may possibly beat Rampage, and they didn't want Evans VS Machida to headline the biggest show they've ever put on.

It's all about marketing, and there probably is no real illness.

 

well Overeem has been fighting just not in Strikeforce...he has some Dream bouts and bar fight...he even did the bar fight for free

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The thing that has always killed me about steroid use in professional sports is that something new always comes out. I have known guys who have used steroids and gotten away with it with relative ease because they stay ahead of the curve. When you have that kind of money (and Brock has a ton) you can get the latest and greatest stuff that ISN'T tested for yet. A handfull of years ago I worked for a high end AV/ car audio shop in Cincinnati and we worked on alot of the Bengals' cars and houses. I'll never name names but I have definitly seen needles and other ****t hidden under their center arm rests in their cars and in random odd spots in their houses. That being said, do any of you seriously believe that the UFC's testing is as avid as the NFL's? Not a chance in hell. I'm not saying that Brock is using steroids, because I have no proof, but would it seriously surprise anyone?

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well Overeem has been fighting just not in Strikeforce...he has some Dream bouts and bar fight...he even did the bar fight for free

 

You made me laugh with that one. But seriously, who was the idiot that thought, "I'm going to start a fight with that HUGE guy over there". Overeem is a beast. I would have loved to have been a fly on that wall.

 

And Overeem has already agreed to defend his belt against the winner of Fedor/ Rogers sometime in early 2010. (Feb at the soonest) (after he wins the K-1 grand prix)

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good thread and a point well put which is more than i can say for some of the guys who are flaming you.

the point on steroids is a good one,ive worked out in a lot of gyms including one during the eighties where the current(at that time) MR.UNIVERSE trained and saw him get a shot of roids in the changing rooms and he never tested positive.

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This is a decent argument, although, the steroids that are the most commonly used in this sport are not for mass building, Like HGH and D-bol. They are the repairing ones. So it would have to be determined which ones he was using to validate your argument.

ie: Test suspension is a water based test which is undetectable in the body after only a few days, but if he were taking Winstrol (Leben) it is detectable for 3 weeks, or Deca-durabolin, (very popular for joint help) can be found for up to 18 mos. I'm pretty sure Lesner wouldn't want any of the mass building ones now. He soesn't need them. He would want drugs to repair tissue damage and protect joints, ie: Winstrol (3 week) or Primobolin (5-6 weeks). These 2 are good for strength building and keep off water weight and Primo even helps with body fat. Both are gone from the system in about a month.

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I wouldn't doubt that any big time athlete may use or have used steroids in the past. High school football players use steroids, you don't think pro athletes wanna get a little edge on the competition?

 

Lets look at the positives of steroid use. Bigger, stronger fighters make more exciting fights lol.

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I wouldn't doubt that any big time athlete may use or have used steroids in the past. High school football players use steroids' date=' you don't think pro athletes wanna get a little edge on the competition?

 

Lets look at the positives of steroid use. Bigger, stronger fighters make more exciting fights lol.[/quote']

 

Actually all it does is let smaller weaker fighters into the game.

 

Like football.

 

Banned substances are banned for a reason: they pose a serious risk to long term health.

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the ufc doesnt test anyone. the SAC tests the athletes and it's not always random. some programs only test prior to and just after a fight.

 

secondly what you heard about steroids isn't true. you can stop using steroids and maintain your strength. this myth is perpetuated because people who aren't into fitness use steroids to quickly buff up but then don't maintain the continuous effort needed to keep toned.

 

Yeah, I did not mean to say the UFC does the steroids test. Also, the guy on the documentary even said once he quit using steroids his strength would go back to normal, and if it is true that you keep your strength when you use steroids why do people keep taking steroids instead of stopping, if they could keep the strength?

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Yeah' date=' I did not mean to say the UFC does the steroids test. Also, the guy on the documentary even said once he quit using steroids his strength would go back to normal, and if it is true that you keep your strength when you use steroids why do people keep taking steroids instead of stopping, if they could keep the strength?[/quote']

 

because its EZ i just said that.

 

everyone doses in cycles anyway thats how you do it. Brock could use during training cycle off for fight and cyhcle back on after. I don't think Brock currently juices, but he may have in the past.

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Again with the Lesnar threads... whatever.

 

Yeah, you make a good point but who cares? If Lesnar is using steroids which I doubt (maybe when he was in the WWE) then that's his own problem and it would/will catch up with him.

 

I'm not sure if any of you have seen old photo's of Brock but he has always been huge and has always had that size. To say he's using steroids sounds a bit retarded and here is why...

 

The guy has only had THREE JOBS:

 

The WWE - Who was under a federal lawsuit for steroids and have suspended many wrestlers for testing positive. Lesnar never tested positive and in that profession you're on the road all year long.

 

The NFL - Who has testing all the F'N time. Even though he didn't make the offical cut he was probably tested in camp and in the preseason games.

 

The UFC - Who has random drug testing and testing before fights and Lesnar has had a few fights and never tested positive.

 

Like I said, I don't think he's using and all the Lesnar haters are going to continue making excuses why he's so dominate in this sport. Will he lose? Most likely but find another reason to dislike the man.

 

I don't care about his post fight comments, I don't care he made millions in the WWE. I don't care that he decides to live in the woods and make his own gym, etc... That's his choice and his life. I stick to watching the fights and ignore all the trash talk.

 

Lesnar's body has taken some abuse from all the sports. This man has devoted his whole entire life for SPORTS and I appreciate that.

 

My quote on the bottom explains it all.

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Steiner was on Steriods. You can tell by the deformitty on his abdomen' date=' and the acne on his skin. Kurt Angle said it best when he said that Steriods alter your body in ways that you can tell. Having great abs over a fat belly(Steiner, Marcus Bagwell, Scott Norton) when abusing Steriods.

 

Triple H is also a user, but is very dedicated too Body lifting hiding the signs/symptons. He grew 15lbs heavier with a body already at a maximum build. Hence one of th ereasons why he has sported the somewhat looking beard. He jumped from 240lbs guy, to well built 265lbs frame. When DX started, he was big but not that big. Once the Championship was given too him, his body gained more in muscle mass. he already was a body builder, and got bigger. Steriods/HgH be the case....

 

Sorry for getting off the subject. Someone who is on roids, Randy Orton........You can tell.[/quote']

 

Some of the guys you stated that use steroids like Triple H and Randy Orton, how do you know that? Just because guys increase their size does not mean they are using steroids. Also, you know Triple H is using steroids because he grew his beard out recently? Majority of people that get acne get it on the back, and if you look back to where Triple H was a champion several years ago he did not even have facial hair.

 

I know Triple H did do steroids, but that was when he first tore his quadricep. Could Triple H and Randy Orton have taken steroids? Sure, but unless you have proof, I do not know why you assume?

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Yeah' date=' it was a very well-written post.

I appologize for being somewhat harsh. I'm just irritated at all the whack-jobs on these forums lately.

 

Back on the subject of random drug tests..

As far as I understand, the CSAC is the only commission that subjects fighters to random, in-training drug testing.

If anyone is going to call Brock Lesnar out on this, then they should definitely be raising their eyebrows at Sean Sherk pulling out of his fight at 104.[/quote']

 

"You have a ton of posts, and you go all OMG NOOB on him, with a lame attempt to troll. Shame on you." thankyou openeye! you have a group of senior members who think they know all & are the only "true fans" of mma who have seen & know it all..NO ONE ELSE could possibly know what they know!! give me a break! how do you get to senior member...? the same way you move up in a company w/out any skills..

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If this is true than Lesnar is as petting as I thought he would be. Only wanting too be a better card.

 

It has nothing to do with Lesnar. It's all about the UFC wanting his fight to be on a different card. Since they want their New Years card to have a title fight' date=' they moved Lesnar/Carwin to it.

 

Alistair is on Steriods. Thats why he hasnt fought in the states since late 2007. Pulled out of fights with Rodgers(rodgers vs arlovski instead), and Werdum(werdum vs kyle instead). He wants Fedor in April. Guess his cycle ended finally. How big is he now, 265lbs?

 

Yeah.. he said he wants Fedor in April. He also said that he'd prefer if the fight took place in Dream. Gee, I wonder why. lol

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I hate Brock Lesnar.

 

That being said, it's very doubtful he uses steroids. It's proven he's been close to 300 pounds since he was 17. He's cutting like 30+ pounds to hit 265. The only way he's on steroids is if he's been on them for like 20 years, in which case his body would be a wreck.

 

Same reason I doubt Rumble Johnson would ever use steroids. Guy's cutting massive amounts to BARELY make weight, why get any bigger?

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if your going to make steroid allegations, lets see some proof. you no better then the juicers

 

then again its easy to say he's 280 pounds and looks so ripped - he must be on steroids. its easy to say he comes from wwe. lots of people there are on the juice, therefore he must be to

 

its a whole lot easier to go around accusing people of those kind of cheats, without a SHRED of evidence. my only question is why do you people do this?? did brock call the TC himself and say he can't make the fight because he's all doped up??

 

all these unsubstanciated accusations don't amount to jack ****. whether lesnar is truly sick, whether people want think he is scared to fight carwin, whether people want to think he's too busy juicing, they will believe whatever they want when the truth is right there in front of ya.

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Theres not a random drug test policy.

 

there is a manditory drung test policy.

 

look it up

 

I did look it up and found this article. Which the Nevada State Athletic Commission started doing random out of competition testing fighters from MMA' date=' kickboxing, and boxing.

http://mmaweekly.com/absolutenm/templates/dailynews.asp?articleid=7410&zoneid=13

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I did look it up and found this article. Which the Nevada State Athletic Commission started doing random out of competition testing fighters from MMA' date=' kickboxing, and boxing.

http://mmaweekly.com/absolutenm/templates/dailynews.asp?articleid=7410&zoneid=13

 

Yes the state athletic commision does random drug testing.

 

but... the UFC ( the company as a whole ) does manditory drug testing.

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