11/19/2009 5:04pm, #31
This is funny. I never thought I'd be defending Lesnar.
He may well juice as an MMA fighter but none of the reasons given here do a damn bit in demonstrating as such.
11/19/2009 5:06pm, #32
What isn't speculative about that?
You're also concluding that what could well be simple prominence on a big guy hyping a fight or himself is distention.
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11/19/2009 5:08pm, #33
I'm going to repeat it since it may get ignored as an edit in a previous post:
Lesnar wrestled collegiatly in 2000 at around 270 pounds. He was 23ish at the time.
11/19/2009 5:10pm, #34
I think what he is trying to say is that we are not sure just at what point this distention becomes a signal for possible steroid abuse.
Please note: ad hominem attacks don't do your arguments any favors, but they DO make you look a little silly.
11/19/2009 5:12pm, #35
Frankly these pictures seem to support him not being on steroids to me.
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11/19/2009 6:05pm, #36
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I would say that other people share the same impression, but does Brock feel that people are discriminating against him when it comes to the Steroid question, due to his size? I would say that if so, he would be pretty damn hypocritical to take em.
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11/19/2009 6:12pm, #37
11/19/2009 6:17pm, #38
The fact is that your argument about his giant size necessarily indicating steroid abuse is unsupported by reality. He's a big dude and always has been a big dude, as comparisons of him at 22 and then 33 demonstrate.
11/19/2009 6:22pm, #39
It's a simple fact of anatomy. The size of the person doesn't make a difference in this case...certain parts of you grow proportionately along with the rest of your body. The jugular vein is one of those things.
I'm inferring the possibility of drug usage based on the collection of items, not just one thing.
11/19/2009 6:26pm, #40
I kind of held off on this point, but I'm sick of reading your posts already. If you will concede that he probably used steroids in his past, why wouldn't you concede that it could be a precipitating factor to his medical illness? Why the inane argument?