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Friday 27, Mar 2009


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EXPERT’S ADVICE: MCMAHON SHOULD PREPARE TO FACE MEDIAAutopsy results for Andrew “the Test” Martin’s death will be released two weeks from now and Vince McMahon receives advice on how to handle the possible media onslaught. Martin’s demise is the latest in the series of steroids-related deaths in the WWE. Wrestler Chris Benoit murdered his wife and son then he took his own life. Eddie Guerrero, died of a heart attack which was also attributed to his long term use of steroids. With Martin’s death happening at the height of steroid scandal in the world of professional sports, McMahon can only do so much to keep the media mayhem at bay which could probably be worse than what he had gone through with Benoit.

McMahon and WWE should start planning on some damage control especially since Martin’s death would definitely put them on the center ring. Media vs. McMahon and WWE. And this time the WWE can’t rely on their muscles to knockout the opponent. When it comes to the steroid issue, the media can be pretty vicious.

Thursday 19, Mar 2009


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STEROIDS, PAINKILLERS FOUND IN MARTIN’S APARTMENT  Four days prior to his birthday, Andrew “The Test” Martin was found dead in his apartment. He would have turned 34 yesterday. The professional wrestler also known as “The Punisher” was scheduled to leave for Belgium on Monday to celebrate. But sadly events overtook him.

Accounts of the night of his death told how a neighbour who happened to peek through a window said she saw Martin motionless and immediately called the authorities. A 911 call was dispatched and police rushed to his Harbor Place apartment in Tampa Florida. After the investigation of the crime scene the authorities disclosed that there were painkillers, steroids and prescription drugs were found in his possession.

Spokesperson for “The Test,” Laura McElroy said he was in the middle of a meal when he died. The half eaten pizza and can of soda were the witness to the untimely demise of the wrestler. She said that Martin was healthy and there were no other reasons for his death since the police said there was no foul play involved. Toxicology reports would have to confirm if he died of steroid overdose.

However, many have been wondering why the mortality rate of wrestlers dying young seem to have increased.

Many fans expressed their regrets over the death of Andrew Martin. They left messages on his MySpace account. Some fondly remember him as a cool guy who and considered his dad as his hero.

Tuesday 17, Mar 2009


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WWE WRESTLER FOUND DEAD“The Test” Andrew Martin was found dead at his apartment in Tampa, Florida Friday night. The suspected cause of his death was steroid overdose. Reports said a neighbour had peeked in one of Martin’s windows and saw the former World Wrestling Entertainment champ motionless. A call was then placed on 911 and police immediately rushed to the scene.There were no indications of foulplay so drug overdose is the most likely cause, but this is yet to be confirmed as soon as autopsy reports are released.

He joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in 2007. He debuted in a tag team match with The Abyss and Sting against AJ Styles and Christian Cages. His last match before his death was against “Christian’s Coalition” where he, the Abyss and Sting defeated AJ, Christian, and Tomko.

Standing 6’6” tall, Martin became known as “The Test” because he always challenged his opponents to pass the test. He was also known as “The Punisher.” He was the latest among the string of wrestlers who died, the last was Chris Benoit. Andrew Martin died at the age of 33.