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neovvl Says, in 8-1-2012 at 02:49:16 from    

what is rashad on trt or something?

T-Bone15 Says, in 8-1-2012 at 03:03:34 from    

Haha Ariel is funny.

Common Sense Says, in 8-1-2012 at 04:24:27 from    

TRT isn’t a bad thing. It’s not an illegal substance like steroids. Let it stay. Just regulate the amount that people can take to a formula that is relational to their body mass, and age.

ultimate fighter Says, in 8-1-2012 at 04:33:58 from    

sounds like trt is pretty cool and we should all be on it

Jbone488 Says, in 8-1-2012 at 09:24:30 from    

The more I hear Bisping…the more I like him. He is hilarious, honest and outspoken. Suprised more people don’t like him.

featherwieght Says, in 8-1-2012 at 10:57:29 from    

Sugar, aspirin, trt, pure oxygen, thc, painkillers, caffeine, etc…all these and so much more can be considered PED. You should not be allowed to tell people what they can and cannot put in their bodies. If u ban one thing, you may as well ban everything. Please check out Bigger Strong Faster the documentary.

Kravmma Says, in 8-1-2012 at 10:58:09 from    

See when Bisping’s sober he makes sense, tells it like it is. Ken-Flow want’s Ariel Helwani’s job – forever the analyst. Rashad may have done TRT and or he’s yet to recover from the beating john boy put on him. Dominick Cruz was there.

man Says, in 8-1-2012 at 15:13:11 from    

s***. ariel helwani and kenny florian in the same room!

Op_of_faith Says, in 8-1-2012 at 15:16:15 from    

All good points. Legalization with disclosure is the only way to go. Banning will lead to cheating. Random testing isn’t going to happen with an International sport (and orgs will just get paid off to look the other way…)

Cruz’s point is one I’ve made often-T, HGH, Anabolics, etc DO NOT give you skills. If athletes had set levels, or had to match levels with their opponents, then it would work. The cat left the bag long ago…

failsonnen Says, in 8-1-2012 at 15:23:27 from    

Should also had Henderson, Chael, and Rampage on the panel

Genghis Khan Says, in 8-1-2012 at 16:13:43 from    

Long live Overoid

Sidekix Says, in 8-1-2012 at 16:29:50 from    

TRT is bull s*** and should not be allowed in mma, if your so old you dont have enough testosterone to perform you retire and if your testosterone is low cause you have used steroids before and your body is f***** because of it tough balls thats your mistake.

newmmfan1 Says, in 8-1-2012 at 16:50:00 from    

Kenflow doesn’t understand T:E ratios…like a lot of others. 4:1 does not mean 4x the testosterone of a regular man.

newmmfan1 Says, in 8-1-2012 at 16:52:21 from    

Interestingly enough, the Olympic doping agency (can’t remember their name) is allowing a woman to compete who naturally has 20x, not 20:1 from what I’ve heard, but 20x the normal level of testosterone for a woman. She still has less than a normal male though. Different situation but interesting nonetheless.

SEAN_VANCE Says, in 8-1-2012 at 17:06:42 from    

Rashad is juicing LOL! ….Seriosly, if u have to take TRT, go get another job end of story. All these f****** on TRT are just abusing the system.

Doyle Brunson Says, in 8-1-2012 at 17:16:54 from    

I agree with Bisping more than anyone on the panel. I respect the other fighters opinions but Bisping hit the nail on that one.

Barrek Says, in 8-1-2012 at 17:37:41 from    

I agree with Cruz. All or nothing. Either everyone can use it or nobody can. There should be no middle ground. If you can’t fight without it, then you can’t be an MMA fighter. Plain and simple.

p*********** Says, in 8-1-2012 at 17:49:40 from    

bisping might gain some fans out of this one…

AOPrinciple Says, in 8-1-2012 at 18:01:38 from    

Call me a contrarian (it wouldn’t be the first time), but I agree most with Rashad. This is a professional sport and we want to see the best athletes. Let athletes make decisions about what they want to put in their bodies in the name of professional competition and athleticism. Do we want to see what people can do with what they are born with, nature running it’s course, or do we want to see the best athletes? I, for one, want to see the best athletes. There are all kinds of PES’s, and this is just one, though it is a, if not THE, major one. I think it should be allowed across the board or banned entirely.

Rico Suave Says, in 8-1-2012 at 20:36:31 from    

Bisping speaking for the panel? that’s a surprise!

Iron_Cobra Says, in 8-2-2012 at 00:28:18 from    

It’s kinda like the age old question. Would a guy ever have sex with a women with an over sized clit? The answer is no because the next logical step is having sex with a man with an under sized d*ck. non trt. Sorry Nate???

T’Challa Says, in 8-2-2012 at 17:36:06 from    

@Jbone488 I agree.. Bisping is well spoken and a genuinely funny guy. I like him, I think the hate on him has died down a bit.

PitfighterZ Says, in 8-2-2012 at 17:50:27 from    

This was a big waste of time. None of them actually touched on the actual problem. Bisping was close, but the fact is, you CAN’T allow it because it does give an advantage and it can cause serious health problems when abused.

So, all those saying everybody should take it doesn’t understand that many athletes don’t WANT to take it. They don’t want to mess with their health. If it’s allowed, you are punishing athletes who want to stay clean, which is absolutely nonsensical.

It’s much easier to get every fighter tested throughout the year than try to find a middle ground somewhere. Just give them random tests for blood and urine whether to all fighters under contract. That’s cheap money for the UFC and, with many fighters wanting to cheap in, it can be done easily.

Timzda Says, in 8-3-2012 at 02:30:29 from    

Not accusing Rashad of anything but his body language looked guilty as hell.

zmayo Says, in 8-3-2012 at 19:16:50 from    

Just ban it

london_jones Says, in 8-4-2012 at 14:21:17 from    

it’s getting real easy to see who owns mma…real easy! the same people that made america there bitch.

jasonfn22 Says, in 8-5-2012 at 01:46:04 from    

What they never talk about is the blood test that can be performed to check and see if the levels are low due to a history of steroid use. Nomatter what if the guy across from the octogon is using TRT for whatever reason if you lose your going to blame the loss on that so the debate will live on and its a waste of time talking about it. Do the blood work to determine the persons history and work from that instead of permiting somebody because they go see a doctor and thge results come back low,well find out why they are low and work off that before permitting anybody to use anything.


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