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Wednesday 23, Nov 2011

  Kabaddi World Cup doping count goes up

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At the ongoing Kabaddi World Cup in the northern state of Punjab, local organizers are grappling with rampant doping after 18 participants tested positive for banned steroids.

A popular team sport in south Asia, Kabaddi, is a seven-person game that involves “raiding” the opponents’ side, WITH tackling, and wrestling.

The doping count has now gone up to 18.

Monday 24, Oct 2011

  Hardy arrested for drug possession

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On September 14, Matt Hardy was charged with drug possession following a search warrant being executed on his home in Cameron, North Carolina.

Police seized 20 vials of Anabolic Steroids, 1 “dosage unit of MDMA” (Ecstasy), $1,961.00 as well as unnamed drug paraphernalia during the search.

Matt and Jeff Hardy, brothers, made up a popular pro wrestling team known as the Hardy Boyz.

Sunday 23, Oct 2011

  Former professional wrestler charged for drugs use

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The Moore County Sheriff’s Office recently disclosed that former professional wrestler Matt Hardy has been charged with possession of steroids.

This news comes just a few days after Hardy was charged with DWI for the second time in less than a month.

Hardy and Jeff, his brother, made up a popular pro wrestling team known as the Hardy Boyz.

Saturday 23, Jul 2011

  Greco-Roman Wrestler gets doping ban

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Greco-Roman Wrestler gets doping banKatsuya Kitamura, a leading Greco-Roman Japanese wrestler, has been banned for duration of two years after being found guilty of doping.

The ban means that the wrestler who tested positive to anabolic steroids is now out of next year’s London Olympics after banned by the Japan Anti-Doping Agency.

Earlier this year, twenty five wrestlers and other people involved in the sport were severely punished for being involved in the match-fixing in Japanese sumo wrestling.

Tuesday 28, Jun 2011

  Greco-Roman wrestling champion banned

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Greco-Roman wrestling champion bannedKatsuya Kitamura, the three-time Japanese Greco-Roman wrestling champion, will miss the London Olympics next year after he was banned for two years.

The 25-year-old was banned on June 13, 2011 after testing positive for anabolic steroids.

The wrestler has represented Japan at two world championships without winning a medal.

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.

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.

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.

Thursday 20, Aug 2009

  Pro wrestler arrested due to HGH possession and harassment

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American professional wrestler Kurt Angle Saturday at Pittsburgh, police arrested American professional wrestler Kurt Angle for harassment, violation of a protection order and illegal possession of a prohibited substance.

Angle was arrested by the police at a mall parking lot where he was found harassing his girlfriend who was inside a local coffee shop. According to her sworn statement, she earlier obtained a protection order, an hour and a half earlier, after they fought last Friday. However, Angle violated the protection order when he allegedly kept circling the parking lot and kept staring at her while she sat inside a coffee shop.

Police also discovered Hygetropin inside his car. According to Angle, the human growth hormone was obtained with a doctor’s prescription.

He faced multiple charges of harassment, violation of the order of protection, illegal possession of drugs and paraphernalia and driving under a suspended license. Because of this incident, he was a no show at the Total Nonstop Action event held at Orlando, Florida.

Angle is also an actor and a 1996 Olympic gold medalist. He joined World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1998 until 2006. After that, he joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. He is the current TNA World Heavyweight Champion.

According to ABC7 News:

MCKEES ROCKS, PA — Pro wrestler and Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle has been arrested on charges of possessing a human growth hormone and violating an order of protection in suburban Pittsburgh.

Tuesday 31, Mar 2009


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JIM CORNETTE AIRS SENTIMENTS ON STEROID USE IN WWEContrary to previous reports that Vince McMahon did not encourage the use of steroids, it seems that the selection process for wrestlers in the World Wrestling Entertainment had everything to do with the use of the banned substances. Jim Cornette, veteran commentator, promoter and booker for wrestling, expressed his sentiments over the condition of what wrestling has become today.

He says that wrestlers are forced to get into drugs because their professional career relies heavily on their physical appearance – powerful built, extremely muscular and vicious. The only way to achieve this is if they inject anabolics.

Cornette also gave an analyzed that because of the decrease in job opportunities for professional wrestlers and the pressure of giving the audience hardcore entertainment had them turning into drugs. As in the case of Martin who got fire and was re hired because he looked bigger and more muscular, that is after he used steroids. Vince McMahon has to accept the fact that wrestling is a dying business and careers in WWE are short lived especially for the newcomers.

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