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    Thread: Bill Goldberg Speaks On Steroids and If He Ever Used Them

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      Post Bill Goldberg Speaks On Steroids and If He Ever Used Them

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      source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

      Bill Goldberg recently appeared on Joe McDonnell's radio show in Los Angeles. He said he wanted to kill Michael Vick.

      When asked about steroids and if he ever used them, Goldberg replied, "I'm gonna have to take the Fifth on that, which will probably answer your question."

      Later in the interview, he admitted to using them at one time and how it was a moral dilemma because he takes being a role model for kids very seriously. He said it was tough for him to present himself as a role model and continue to use steroids. He said the fear of being caught and disappointing kids was too much, so he stopped using them.

      In a Texas radio interview, Goldberg said that dealing with all the deaths in wrestling is really tough. He noted that Curt Hennig and Brian Adams helped him out a lot when he was starting in WCW. "Forget about the wrestling side of it, there were two great men with families." He said something needs to be done about all this and feels that wrestling needs a union. He's glad that Congress is looking into things. "It's time for Vince McMahon to take some responbility and stop passing the buck."


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      interesting article. Youknow about 90% of them use them including vince but vince wont stand up

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      Quote Originally Posted by TheChosen1 View Post
      by: khali


      Later in the interview, he admitted to using them at one time and how it was a moral dilemma because he takes being a role model for kids very seriously. He said it was tough for him to present himself as a role model and continue to use steroids. He said the fear of being caught and disappointing kids was too much, so he stopped using them.
      It becomes a moral dilemma because the steroid community has allowed the very free access to AAS to young people who have no business using this stuff. Once that genie was out of the bottle the media blitz has to come along to demonize steroids and all people/athletes who use them. Too bad, lost in the noise is the rational discussion of the beneficial uses, especially to middle age and older males who can benefit greatly by moderate use along with monitoring with bi-annual blood tests. I admit I take the same approach when talking about steroids or performance enhancing drugs to young people; a simplified explanation that they are bad, cause many problems both physiological and psychological and often ruin the development of those characteristics in young people.

      When they turn 35 or 40 I'll be happy to give them the full blown version- hehehe.

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      Bad thing is some highschool coaches use to push AAS to their athletes. I know a few that did.

      Getting word out about the benefits if used correctly has become more and more important. We need a voice.

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      Quote Originally Posted by any1uno View Post
      Bad thing is some highschool coaches use to push AAS to their athletes. I know a few that did.

      Getting word out about the benefits if used correctly has become more and more important. We need a voice.
      Very true, very true

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      Quote Originally Posted by any1uno View Post
      Bad thing is some highschool coaches use to push AAS to their athletes. I know a few that did.

      Getting word out about the benefits if used correctly has become more and more important. We need a voice.
      I don't see us getting a voice that helps us out for quite some time

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      i am sure he would have been happy had congress looked into aas and wrestling when he was at his peak. typical fucking hypocrite.

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