thesportsguy1014
here is a story about pro wrestlers involved with HGH

[link=http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/news/story?id=2805155]http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/news/story?id=2805155[/link]
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easy30
Rey Mysterio?...I didnt see that one coming....but then again I am pretty sure everyone in the WWE has at least tried using steroids...except maybe Catcus Jack[]
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MBC2K4_old
Edge & Helms must not have received their shipments because I just don't see those guys being suspicious of taking HGH; they're average in build. I'm not really shocked to see Eddie Guerrero's name on that list though. That guy got pretty huge around a year before he passed away.
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WWE put up a statement this morning saying that any of the wrestlers pointed out had been off the stuff by the time the new Wellness policy had been put in to place.

And MBC, look at pics of Edge from around 1998 and now and I believe you'll see a noticible change in size, dude was larger than normal when he came back from his neck injury about four or five years ago.
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Edge responds to the story...



"Dear Blogees (did I just create a word?)

If you are reading this blog and it sees the light of day, than that means that an article has been written by a Sports Illustrated writer that states I received HGH from a pharmacy in 2003. So, I'll cut right to the chase like I always do. It's true. However, it's not exactly breaking, earth shattering news. It's actually old news. I admitted to this on national television in Canada in 2004 on Off The Record. When host Michael Lansberg asked me if I'd ever taken steroids, without consulting me before the show, I was perturbed, but answered without hesitation, "Yes, I have."

In hindsight, I'm glad he asked the question. It got it out in the open and anyone who follows my career or supports me already knows this information about me. I won't try to defend my actions. I took them when coming back from my spinal fusion neck surgery when I was told by doctors that it would help the bones grow back around the screws and plate that were now inserted in my neck. I'm not glorifying. I'm not condoning. Just telling you why I decided to take them. I took blood tests, consulted doctors, read up, studied them, got prescriptions, and decided to do it. That's pretty much it folks, but I wanted you to get my response straight from me and not through the words of another write. Now as I'm sure most you can tell, I don't take steroids and haven't in a very long time, long before the WWE drug testing wellness policy was implemented. Hell, I barely see the inside of a gym anymore, let alone take performance enhancing substances!

So, in closing, to the columnist (not the Sports Illustrated columnist, but actually another one) who said a "roided up thing called Edge" was at the NHL ALL Star Game a few weeks ago, in 2003, this may have been true. Now, not in the least, as my random urine tests, which have always been negative will attest. I guess I'll take the fact that he thought I was as somewhat of a compliment. To the fact that I've been lucky enough to have been gifted with a 6 foot 5, 240lb body naturally. And finally made it to the top of my industry last year on my own, clean as a whistle. To those, like that columnist and any other naysayers that will hold my past against me? I've made mistakes. Will do so again in the future I'm sure. But I won't hide from them. If you're reading this, you know that's not my style.

Until next time, from everybody's favorite, clean urine,
Edgemiester!"
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MBC2K4_old
Edge was off for an extended period of time & had a lot more down time to lift. He was a little bigger when he came back from his surgery but it was nothing drastic. I think the allegations towards Guerrero are justified just because of what he looked like prior to his death & what his death was a result of. Orton is also very suspicious. His jawline has gotten a lot wider since he first came into the WWE; he has the stereotypical jaw of a user.
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ftblguy1989_old
lol I find it funny how surprised everyone is acting. Look at some of these guy's, I mean weight over 300 pounds and having a 6 pack, that's a little hard to come by. Plus another trend that you might want to take note of is take a look at the size of the wrestler during their debut match, and how huge they become when they are put into the spotlight.
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Edge responds to the story...



"Dear Blogees (did I just create a word?)

If you are reading this blog and it sees the light of day, than that means that an article has been written by a Sports Illustrated writer that states I received HGH from a pharmacy in 2003. So, I'll cut right to the chase like I always do. It's true. However, it's not exactly breaking, earth shattering news. It's actually old news. I admitted to this on national television in Canada in 2004 on Off The Record. When host Michael Lansberg asked me if I'd ever taken steroids, without consulting me before the show, I was perturbed, but answered without hesitation, "Yes, I have."

In hindsight, I'm glad he asked the question. It got it out in the open and anyone who follows my career or supports me already knows this information about me. I won't try to defend my actions. I took them when coming back from my spinal fusion neck surgery when I was told by doctors that it would help the bones grow back around the screws and plate that were now inserted in my neck. I'm not glorifying. I'm not condoning. Just telling you why I decided to take them. I took blood tests, consulted doctors, read up, studied them, got prescriptions, and decided to do it. That's pretty much it folks, but I wanted you to get my response straight from me and not through the words of another write. Now as I'm sure most you can tell, I don't take steroids and haven't in a very long time, long before the WWE drug testing wellness policy was implemented. Hell, I barely see the inside of a gym anymore, let alone take performance enhancing substances!

So, in closing, to the columnist (not the Sports Illustrated columnist, but actually another one) who said a "roided up thing called Edge" was at the NHL ALL Star Game a few weeks ago, in 2003, this may have been true. Now, not in the least, as my random urine tests, which have always been negative will attest. I guess I'll take the fact that he thought I was as somewhat of a compliment. To the fact that I've been lucky enough to have been gifted with a 6 foot 5, 240lb body naturally. And finally made it to the top of my industry last year on my own, clean as a whistle. To those, like that columnist and any other naysayers that will hold my past against me? I've made mistakes. Will do so again in the future I'm sure. But I won't hide from them. If you're reading this, you know that's not my style.

Until next time, from everybody's favorite, clean urine,
Edgemiester!"



too bad more baseball and football players couldnt have this attitude towards it, even though this is a different situation because it wont get these guys bigger contracts or anything, but its nice that they have some accountability
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