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Posted 6/21/07 4:17:00PM
I think your ignoring the the fact that it does matter in what context the drug was used and what the drug is. But we are getting way off point. I still stand by what I said that Josh Barnett is a liability for any promotion in the US. He also gives the sport a bad name because of stories like THIS. Lets say he does well and gets a title shot and before the event test positive again. Not only has he hurt a main event again but he is on even a bigger stage now. This not only makes the UFC look bad for bring in guy caught 3 other times but it will hurt the image of the sport as a hole.
Maybe Barnett will prove me wrong and has gone clean. I don't think he will as he wont even admit he cheated the other 3 times he was busted. I will ask you this at what point do we as fans say enough is enough?
Posted 1/24/07 7:00:00PM
Well how do we know he isnt in fact innocent? Meaning maybe he genuinely thought he was clean? He is a professional wrestler also and its no secret that steroids are a major thing for them.
Their will never be "enough" . This sport is a spectacle to everyone who isnt a hardcore fan. It pains me that there is a double standard going on. Overeem clearly has been on roids for some time now but that didnt stop the UFC from siging him. And didnt he mess up a main event ? Yes in my eyes because he got suspended .
Its clear we will not see eye to eye and that is perfectly fine
I respect your opinion and look forward to more debates
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