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Friday 27, Jan 2012

  Hardy back in jail

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The former WWE and TNA wrestling star, Matt Hardy, is back in jail. Hardy was arrested early Saturday morning after he was reportedly booted from a rehabilitation center after failing a Breathalyzer test.

The 37-year-old was booked into the jail at 1:40 a.m. on Saturday. Jeff Hardy, his brother, is back competing in TNA Wrestling after receiving 10 days in jail, 30 days probation, and a fine of $100,000 in a September plea bargain that stemmed from his 2009 arrest on drug charges.

“I’m reading a lot of ridiculous things on the ‘dirtsheets’ tonight,” Hardy’s girlfriend, Reby Sky, said on Formspring. “So to clear things up: I could have bailed him out and did not. He’s still in jail. Have fun with that.”

Wednesday 18, Jan 2012

  Hogan denies domestic abuse claim

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Hulk Hogan has insisted that he “never laid a hand” on his ex-wife following her domestic abuse claims.

Linda Hogan, former spouse of the wrestling legend, claimed in her new autobiography, Wrestling the Hulk: My Life Against the Ropes, that he had a violent temper that would manifest itself physically when they argued.

Linda said, “Drugs were always around – prescribed. Wrestlers have always got injuries. There was a constant flow of pain pills, anti-inflammatories, steroids – a lot of them did take steroids. It makes somebody – you don’t know what you’re dealing with.”

Saturday 07, Jan 2012

  Hulk Hogan refutes domestic abuse claim

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Hulk Hogan insisted recently he “never laid a hand” on his ex-wife following her domestic abuse claims.

Former spouse of the wrestling legend, Linda Hogan, has claimed in her new autobiography, Wrestling the Hulk: My Life Against the Ropes, that he had a violent temper that would manifest itself physically when they argued.

Linda said, “Drugs were always around – prescribed. Wrestlers have always got injuries. There was a constant flow of pain pills, anti-inflammatories, steroids – a lot of them did take steroids. It makes somebody – you don’t know what you’re dealing with.”

Tuesday 14, Sep 2010

  WWE is all about steroids, says Cornette

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WWE is all about steroids, says CornetteJim Cornette, veteran commentator, promoter and booker for TNA, aired his sentiments over the condition of wrestling by saying that wrestlers are forced into drugs. This remark has come as a serious blow to reports in the past that Vince McMahon did not support the use of steroids.

Cornette also remarked that Vince McMahon is promoting larger-than-life stars in WWE and the wrestlers are supporting his ideology by using steroids to keep a high-profile job in the wrestling business.

Cornette further remarked that there seems to be no coming back for the good for wrestlers particularly when they have shorter life-spans in the business and in life.

Sunday 06, Sep 2009

  TNA encouraged to have a wellness policy

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TNA encouraged to have a wellness policyTotal Non-stop Action Wrestling, the second largest wrestling promotion, behind WWE is noted not to have a wellness policy.

TNA must seriously consider establishing a wellness policy as media would normally turn to WWE every time a wrestler gets busted for steroids or drug use.

There are number of reasons why TNA should have a wellness policy. It includes getting the message across that steroids and other performance enhancing drugs are not tolerated in professional wrestling.

TNA gives the impression of offering an open door for anyone using steroids, PEDs and painkillers.

Ex-WWE wrestlers involved in steroids issue usually enter TNA after being released from WWE. This creates a very negative impression on TNA.

Having a wellness policy improves TNA’s credibility, as more viewers become attracted to the company. Many wrestlers also prefer to work in a company with a clean and honest reputation to avoid their reputation from being tarnished in return.

A wellness policy is also one means to control future “accidents” or deaths in the future. Several wrestlers have wasted their life over drugs, stars such as the late Andrew “Test” Martin or Curt “Mr. Perfect” Henning.

Finally, media would less likely criticize pro wrestling if wrestlers come out clean. Nobody wants pro wrestling destroyed just because of controversies such as wrestlers getting caught from using steroids.

Tuesday 17, Mar 2009

  WWE WRESTLER FOUND DEAD

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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.

Wednesday 14, Jan 2009

  A LOOK AT McMAHON’S RESPONSE TO WWE’S STEROID SCANDAL

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mcmahon-steroids1It was just recently when Rep. Henry Waxman revealed the wide use of performance enhancing drugs in WWE and TNA. It was only recently when various wrestling officials have been interviewed about this issue. Vince McMahon, the chairman of the World Wrestling Entertainment Board of directors and also a major shareholder, was one of those important figures who spoke up. Unfortunately, not everyone was contented at how he addressed the matter, such as Rich Twilling, who wrote in his article:

Twilling is very bothered by the fact that McMahon is refusing to answer questions on his own steroid use and pretending not to know anything about the rampant use of these drugs in wrestling. There are many factors that would make you think whether McMahon was lying or not. First of all, he could have just easily said “No, I didn’t use anabolic steroids” if he knew it was the truth. Second, he becomes overly defensive when addressed with the issue. Third, the way he answered seemed like he was putting on a show, just like in regular wrestling matches.

The Oversight Committee shouldn’t be content with the information they get from McMahon. Wrestling is his game and wrestlers, his people. Of course he would do everything to protect them. He isn’t called “the boss from hell” for nothing