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Monday 27, Dec 2010

  Senate bid for the final steroid test

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Senate bid for the final steroid testEver since Barry Bonds entered a San Francisco courthouse to testify about the use of drugs by him, baseball fans and media have been a part of anguished debate in relation to use of drugs in sports.

The baseball world is all full of speculations whether two “cheaters”, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, will be excluded by the Hall of Fame voters for making use of steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

Linda McMahon who has been accused of doing little to nothing to curb steroid use may find respite in the fact that users of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs such as Jesse Ventura and Arnold Schwarzenegger have been appointed as governors.

Monday 11, Oct 2010

  Linda McMahon’s senate bid for the ultimate steroid test

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Linda McMahon's senate bid for the ultimate steroid testFans and media have engaged in an anguished debate about drugs in sports ever since Barry Bonds entered a San Francisco courthouse for testifying about the substances that had inflated his body and batting statistics.

The world of baseball is all full of speculations whether Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, two of the best hitter and pitchers of their eras, will be excluded by the Hall of Fame voters due to evidence that they made use of steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

The fact that users of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs such as Jesse Ventura and Arnold Schwarzenegger have been considered good enough by the general public to be governors may offer respite to Linda McMahon to pursue her grand ambitions without worries.

Wednesday 16, Dec 2009

  Ammunition for McMahon foes after death of former WWE champ

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Ammunition for McMahon foes after death of former WWE champThe death of Eki “Eddie” Fatu, a two-time Intercontinental Champion and cousin of Dwayne “The RockJohnson, has put Senate hopeful Linda McMahon fighting a different kind of bout.

Eki was a wrestler with a history of substance abuse and died of an apparent heart attack at the young age of 36.

Robert Zimmerman of the WWE remarked that Eki was asked by the WWE to go into rehab and his contract was terminated in June upon his refusal to do so.

Irvin Muchnick, who has written several books on the culture of pro wrestling, said that the 2007 suicide of WWE star Chris Benoit and murder of his wife and son, as well as the 2005 heart failure of Eddie Guerrero Llanes are cocktails of death that are promoted by the wrestling industry.

Wednesday 14, Jan 2009

  LINDA MCMAHON SHEDS A LITTLE LIGHT ON STEROID USE IN WRESTLING

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vince__linda_mcmahon-steroidsLinda McMahon is not only Vince McMahon’s wife. She is the CEO of the World Wrestling Entertainment, and she had also been called for questioning by the  U. S. Congress with regards to rampant anabolic steroid use in professional wrestling. Linda McMahon’s interview was far more useful than the highly criticized Vince McMahon testimonial. In fact, Linda gave a very interesting comment about Ted Turner, one of America’s most prominent businessmen.

Obviously, gone are the days when the then-WWF strongly showed their support for steroid testing policies. From what Linda McMahon pointed out, Turner didn’t openly promote the use of steroids in order to gain more wrestlers. He just kept a blind eye on wrestlers using steroids. It’s no wonder that Turner was able to lure a lot of individuals into joining professional wrestling in the mid-90s. It wasn’t just the smell of money that attracted them; it was the opportunity to get away with steroid use in a profession where you’re looked upon as the next action hero.

Maybe the congress didn’t waste its time getting Linda McMahon’s testimonial, but the question really is: Why didn’t they get one from Ted Turner himself? With such an obvious lead Linda had given then, it makes you question the committee’s efforts in getting behind the steroid action in the world of wrestling.