Because most sports steriod hunt drug tests are more so IQ tests than drug tests.
Bellator doesn't do USADA, but there testing isn't very good. After Kimbo vs Shamrock both failed post fight tests. The athletic commissions do handle testing, but I don't think Bellator requires random testing which is how you really look for steroid cheatsBellator are a very large promotion owned by media giant Viacom.
Drug testing for fights is undertaken by usada or the state athletic commissions anyway not the companies
Yeah but the state athletic commissions do the bare minimum testing. MMA promotions can certainly do more. It's why you see UFC fighters failing tests more now that the UFC uses USADA who tests randomly year round, whether you're in competition or not.This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard. MMA is overseen by state sports commissions and the USADA. It isn't a choice if they test their fighters or not, they are required to in order to maintain certification.
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Lashley is 41 and you don't get that physique naturally at that age with a schedule like WWE's. All science does is mask the shit you take by taking other shit.There’s so much medicine and science these days that I wouldn’t doubt some of these guys could get that physique naturally. But then of course we know who Vince is that he probably has a way of letting some guys get away with it. Brock wasn’t punished for legit failing.
Even though I disagree with your view, I can respect it. I hate how people only ever accuse people they don't like of being on stuff; if everybody is on it equally then they aren't really getting an unfair boost compared with their competition, the gap only grows between them and regular people, which makes the highest levels of their craft even more valuable.Actually - I do think "what is he on". Although I agree that most probably do not.
I am of the opinion that almost every top level athlete is on some form of "banned PED" - whether it is to increase muscle mass, increase stamina, etc, etc. Like Canelo Alvarez for example a lot of people are surprised he popped (and some even believe the "it was just tainted meat" story) dirty - but for me he's an obvious juicer. He walks around at 190 minimum and used to be able to get down to 154 (only to weigh 180-185 the next day on fight night).. He's obviously on some sort of PEDs to cut/add weight in short periods of time..
And quite honestly - I don't care one bit. It's not even proven that some of these PEDs are even that bad for you. I mean, soda pop is not good for people. McDonalds is not good for you. I don't see how some of these PEDs are worse for your body than eating and drinking piss and shit like that.
There is a fine line between supplement and PED it seems in society today. Personally, I think the line should be eroded - and all pro athletes (including WWE wrestlers) should be allowed to take them.
I realize I probably have a minority opinion here and that is fine, but I'm pretty sure that
A. Most athletes use something "banned"
B. Most of the "banned" substances aren't as harmful as people make them out to be
You can look it up, it's on their web page about their Wellness Policy. I don't remember the company's name.Does anyone know who actually administers WWE's tests? This is one thing I've never actually seen that I can recall. Are they handled out of the company or done by staff?
In general, tall/muscular/lean don't go together, the vast majority of people have to pick two out of the three. That's not to say they'd all be taking the same thing, I remember Ryback always being a bit of a chunk, he probably needed to fight the flab more and has an easier time of building muscle mass than someone like Jinder, who's probably mostly concerned with packing on enough pounds that he can grow muscle.People who claim wrestlers are natural seem to forget these guys are on road 300+ days a year, they don't have access to healthy foods/good diet most of the time, they eat what they can, they train when they can, they probably don't get much rest or sleep and all that takes toll on your body. Is it possible to look like Ryback, Cena, HHH, Jinder, etc naturally? Probably not (I'm not into lifting so I don't know) but even if it is it sure is not possible when you are in WWE.
With some superior genetics, 20+ years of lifting, good rest, good sleep schedule, perfect diet, etc you can probably look amazing, gain some serious size and muscle mass, but I doubt you are ever gonna look like Lashley. It sure is not possible to look like that naturally with WWE schedule.
WWE is scripted so I sometimes feel like they should be able to use steroids if they want but then when I think about it I remember guys like Benoit who didn't know when to stop and took it too far. If they are allowed to use steroids then at least they should be regulated, to make sure they don't take it too far.