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Tuesday 03, Mar 2009

  STEROID USE IN SUMO WRESTLING

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steroid-use-in-sumo-wrestlingIn a country that takes pride in every single detail that they do, the assault to one of its most revered sports‘ reputation is cause for panic. Having just recently been accused of fixed games, tax evasions, sex scandals, illegal gambling and consorting with the Yakuza (among other things), the Japanese are frantic to salvage whatever they can in response to the latest threat to Sumo wrestlers.

Performance enhancing drugs or steroids. Such drugs are unacceptable to the Japanese, especially when there’s a game. Not fair at all. In light of recent events (and accusations) it’s no wonder that less and less Japanese boys are eager to live their lives Sumo wrestling. Only one kid applied the previous year to join the Sumo world. At this rate, 2000 years of tradition is well on its way to extinction. And the Japanese can’t have that.

Money always fixes the problem. The lack of it will definitely set things straight. To explain, JSA has declared that Sumo wrestlers caught red-handed using any kind of performance enhancing drug will be stripped away of their retirement pay. Or a very large cut to their pay. And if they still don’t give a fig about their money or pension (which is really, very rare in Japan) then let’s hope the police will set them straight. The fun part is that they won’t even see it coming. Drug tests will be done announced so when you’re caught.

Hopefully just these two rules will be enough to fix this latest problem faced by the Sumo. It would be a shame to see this long-standing tradition fade away because of a couple of drugs. And shame is something that the Japanese doesn’t handle very well. Neither does the rest of the world, for that matter.

Tuesday 30, Sep 2008

  Most Brutal MMA Knockouts

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Everyone always talks about Steroid use in Japanese MMA organizations, but who cares? when the knockouts are this good!

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Thursday 03, Apr 2008

  Josh Barnett defeats Hidehiko Yoshida at World Victory Road Sengoku

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Lately, there has been a lot of talk about Josh Barnett facing Fedor Emelianenko as being a dream match. This has been reinforced with Fedor Emelianenko leaving M-1 Global and most likely fighting in Japan for DREAM. However, where does everyone get the idea that Josh Barnett “The Babyface Assassin” has the right to face Fedor Emelianenko. Josh Barnett “The steroid face assassin” lost to Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and lost to CroCop 3 times! Let’s face it, his positive steroid tests aren’t gravy either. He’s testing positive for steroid use numerous times, last time in 2002 which resulted in him being stripped of his UFC heavyweight championship. Josh Barnett tested positive for Equipoise aka Boldenone , and instead of sticking it out , he left for Japan where they don’t test for steroids.

At his last fight in Japan, Josh Barnett defeated Hidehiko Yoshida at World Victory Road Sengoku, here is the video:

Josh Barnett v Hidehiko Yoshida (Part 1/2)

Josh Barnett v Hidehiko Yoshida (Part 2/2)

Wednesday 02, Apr 2008

  Japanese weightlifter suspended for steroid use

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weightlifter-steroids-japanThe Japanese are finally testing athletes for anabolic steroids, or is this just to show the Olympics that the Japanese give a shit about steroid use? (they don’t) A Japanese weightlifter was suspended for using Metenolone, aka Primobolan. It’s widely believed Ryuta Takahashi, the weightlifter in question, was using about 600mgs of primobolan enanthate (primo) per week. Probably trying to gain a bit of muscle while trying to make weight and lean out. Out of the 120million+ people in Japan, their anti-doping organization found 4 athletes who tested positive for steroids, which shows you that Japan doesn’t care about steroid use. This is a good thing, since it’s bad to have anti-steroid countries growing in numbers. Right now, the biggest steroid hater is USA followed by Australia. At least Australia keeps it’s nose clean, but USA is wasting a ton of tax dollars on steroid investigations.

Japanese weightlifter Ryuta Takahashi has been given a two-year ban after testing positive for anabolic steroids.

The Japan Anti-Doping Agency banned Takahashi after an out-of-competition test showed traces of the anabolic steroid metenolone, a JADA official said Friday.

Takahashi was tested during training in February. He has not been selected for next month’s Asian championship in Japan, which doubles as a qualifier for this summer’s Beijing Olympics.

Takahashi becomes the fourth athlete to receive a two-year ban from JADA since the agency took on the role of a national disciplinary body in July 2007.

Metenolone is an androgenic substance which is on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s list of banned substances.

Saturday 29, Mar 2008

  Takanori Gomi fastest MMA knockout in PrideFC history

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Takanori Gomi is the top lightweight MMA fighter in the world right now, and he’s about 10x more interesting then BJ Penn (or should we said Steroid-J Penn).  It turns out Takanori Gomi holds the current world record for the fastest MMA knockout in PrideFC or even MMA history.

A note on Takanori Gomi: although he’s never tested positive for steroids in the USA, it is widely believe the change in his bodyshape from a babyfat style to this nice and ripped physique of the later years is attributed to doctor supervised anabolic steroid use.  Also, human growth hormone (HGH) was probably used after one of his injuries.  Specifically doctor prescribed HGH use for his knee recovery.

Takanori Gomi vs Ralph Gracie (Fastest MMA knockout in history, 0:06 seconds)

Friday 28, Mar 2008

  M-1 Global and Fedor Emelianenko split

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fedor-MMAAlthough it has been obviously a long time coming event, M-1 and Fedor Emelianenko have finally parted ways. The problem with M-1 was that it didn’t find Fedor any competition nor was it able to sign any other real name fighters besides the Red Devil club. This, of course, comes too coincidental with the opening of DREAM, a co-promotion of K-1 and old PRIDE owners in Japan. DREAM signed Cro Cop already in their Japanese promotion, so naturally signing Fedor Emelianenko would be a good choice. It’s possible we’ll see Fedor vs. CroCop II with Fedor fighting the “new” CroCop. New meaning a CroCop jacked on anabolic steroids, human growth hormone (HGH), pain killers and god knows what else they use in Japan. Obviously, HGH has been proven to NOT be beneficial for athletes, but we doubt CroCop read the studies.

Saturday 15, Mar 2008

  DREAM 1 MMA: Tatsuya Mizuno vs. CroCop and Steroids

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DREAM 1 JAPAN:

For those who don’t know, DREAM 1 is a combination of K-1 and Dream Stager Entertainment group (former Pride owners). Hence, it’s DREAM 1. After selling PRIDE to UFC for almost 100million USD and UFC shutting down PRIDE; PRIDE owners are back in full swing with the new MMA organization DREAM 1.

Cro Cop fight:

Cro Cop faced a no name opponent Tatsuya Mizuno in Japan in his 1st DREAM 1 fight. It seems he couldn’t cut it in USA, after 2 losses in UFC, cro cop decided to be a pussy and move to Japan and fight a fighter who’s about the caliber of (3 MMA fights! lol 2 he lost). Don’t need to tell you that crocop won in the 1st round.

WINNER : Mirko Crocop (1R 0’56″ KO)

Cro Cop and steroids:

We noticed CroCop looked a lot bigger at the DREAM 1 event then in UFC. He was bulkier, but leaner and faster! It’s amazing that he couldn’t compete in USA, maybe the testing got him. Crocop is obviously using anabolic steroids, and probably using HGH to recover from his injuries.