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    tupac4lyfe

    [1]Aug 30, 2007
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    Read this from ESPN's sports headlines for August 30:

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/news/story?id=2998062

    hhhmmmm....must have been a slow sports day, today

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    musiliu

    [2]Aug 30, 2007
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    ahahahha funaki is taking steroids!!!!!
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    telvisnostic

    [3]Aug 30, 2007
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    More info:

    As noted earlier, T.J. Quinn of the New York Daily News received a list of WWE wrestlers who were clients of Signature Pharmacy and were as follows:

    * Randy Orton
    * Charlie Haas
    * Adam Copeland (Edge)
    * Robert Huffman (King Booker)
    * Shane Helms (Gregory Helms)
    * Mike Bucci (Nova/Simon Dean)
    * Anthony Carelli (Santino Marella)
    * John Hennigan (John Morrison/Johnny Nitro)
    * Darren Matthews (William Regal)
    * Ken Anderson (Mr. Kennedy)
    * Chavo Guerrero

    ESPN also produced the following three names as well:

    * Dave Bautista
    * Shoichi Funkai
    * Chris Mordetzky (Chris Masters)

    Based on records obtained through sources a few months ago, Adam "Edge" Copeland's last reported prescription came many years ago when he was recovering from neck surgery.

    So, it is likely many of these incidents took place before the Wellness Policy was implemented in February of 2006. It is said to be well known that Orton and Helms' transactions took place well before the WWE's new drug policy and that the Helms & Copeland transactions took place during injury rehab. It also may not be the smartest thing to jump on Ken Anderson already, depending on the date, as he admitted to steroid use prior to February of 2006.

    It should be stressed that it was not confirmed that any of these men are among the 10 wrestlers that were suspended by WWE earlier today (those names will be made public on November 1). For those who remember the Sports Illustrated investigation earlier this year, WWE was very aware of the names involved and chose not to suspend anyone at the time because the time frame took place before the Wellness Policy was put into full gear. It is possible WWE could still suspend these wrestlers even if dates took place before February of 2006 due to media and government pressure. Chris Benoit, Brian Adams and Eddie Guerrero were also on the list as well. Several more WWE wrestlers were said to be on the list as well, including one wrestler who was scheduled to be hired this week.

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    at Kennedy. If you frequent his webbie you'd understand.

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    lightning_kf

    [4]Aug 30, 2007
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    All I know is this:

    If Batista gets away scout free, their wellness policy is rigged more than the 2000 U.S. election booth.

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    tupac4lyfe

    [5]Aug 30, 2007
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    lightning_kf wrote:

    All I know is this:

    If Batista gets away scout free, their wellness policy is rigged more than the 2000 U.S. election booth.

    Hell yeah! WWE, I demand, for the betterment of Smackdown, (In animalistic rage voice) SUSPEND BASTISTA INDEFINATELY RIGHT NOW!!!!!! Wow, I feel much better.
    Edited on 08/30/2007 9:14pm
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    camatzotz

    [6]Aug 30, 2007
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    The only good thing out of this exposure that I see is that we could finally end the age of muscled up meatheads who look good but can't wrestle. Also maybe the era of giants will be over as well.
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    lightning_kf

    [7]Aug 31, 2007
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    camatzotz wrote:
    The only good thing out of this exposure that I see is that we could finally end the age of muscled up meatheads who look good but can't wrestle. Also maybe the era of giants will be over as well.

    It's a possibility. Though I don't see that, cause they might be hiding some people.

    However, Batista was STILL not on any of these lists. They're willing to put Edge on that list, who only used them to help heal his surgically repaired neck, but not Batista??????? The hell, are they blind?

    Edited on 08/31/2007 3:15am
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    hardyzangel

    [8]Aug 31, 2007
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    Funaki should ask for his money back......lol

    batista isnt on initial list,no suprise there he knows which butt to kiss.

    Kennedy explains how he came back from injury so quickly.

    Orton will be cleared,he admits taking them last year and has tested negative since then.

    as for the rest some big names RAW and SD! and ECW could be in trouble.

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    telvisnostic

    [9]Aug 31, 2007
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    He's on the list:


    There has been a lot of news come out since yesterday. In all there was 20 WWE Superstars that were listed as being clients of the busted Signature Pharmacy in Orlando. 15 out of the 20 are currently under WWE contract, 3 are deceased (Brian Adams, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero), one was recently released (Sylvain Grenier), and another one of the names was about to be signed this week (Johnny Stamboli).

    Names Revealed By Sports Illustrated:
    Most-Likely The Ones Suspended

    * Charlie Haas - Purchased drugs as late as January 2007.

    * Chavo Guerrero - Purchased drugs as late as May 2006.

    * Edge - Purchased drugs as late as February 2007.

    * Funaki - Purchased Somatropin in March 2006.

    * Gregory Helms - Purchased drugs as late as February 2007.

    * John Morrison - Purchased five different drugs as late as February 2007 .

    * Mr. Kennedy - Purchased three drugs between October 2006 and February 2007, including testosterone, which is an anabolic steroid. Kennedy sternly claimed in a recent interview entitled 'WWE Stopped My Steroid Use' that he completely stopped doing steroids as soon as the WWE Wellness Policy was implemented.

    * Randy Orton - Purchased drugs as late as February 2007.

    * Umaga - Purchased Somatropin as late as December 2006.

    * William Regal - Purchased drugs as late as November 2006.

    Listed As Clients Of Signature Pharmacy But Not On Sports Illustrated's List:

    * Batista
    * Chris Masters
    * King Booker
    * Santino Marella
    * Simon Dean

    No Longer Under WWE Contract Or Deceased:

    * Brian Adams
    * Chris Benoit
    * Eddie Guerrero
    * Johnny Stamboli
    * Sylvain Grenier

    wrestlezone.com...Ryan Clark

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    tvfanatic91

    [10]Aug 31, 2007
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    I, in a way, want John Morrison to get caught just so he won't be the ECW Champon. Way to boring for me. And C.M. Punk getting three straight title shots is pathetic.

    Funaki doesn't look like he has even touched a steroid. Which is probably why he started taking them. Bring back Smackdown #1 Announcer.

    Mr. Kennedy Noooooooo!

    Randy Orton, it has t obe right when HHH returns, Nooooooooo!

    Batista better not be one of them. He looks like it though.

    Umaga... well I don't really have anything to say about this one.

    Edited on 08/31/2007 11:43am
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    lightning_kf

    [11]Aug 31, 2007
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    So the walking, talking steroid bottle Batista was on the list. Well that's good to hear. He was long overdue anyways.

    Now let's see. How is the WWE going to handle this situation now? Besides, Sylent has stated countless times that with the amount of bumps they take during this tedious workload, they'd have to take them so they could heal quicker. I wouldn't set it pass certain guys who do so.

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    GameWiz1000

    [12]Aug 31, 2007
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    hardyzangel wrote:

    Funaki should ask for his money back......lol

    Funaki is actually pretty muscular.

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    Hurricane1123

    [14]Aug 31, 2007
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    Well Simon Dean has been fired, so there goes one of the ten people who were suspended. Nine more to go.
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    telvisnostic

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    lightning_kf wrote:
    So the walking, talking steroid bottle Batista was on the list. Well that's good to hear. He was long overdue anyways.

    Now let's see. How is the WWE going to handle this situation now? Besides, Sylent has stated countless times that with the amount of bumps they take during this tedious workload, they'd have to take them so they could heal quicker. I wouldn't set it pass certain guys who do so.

    From what i've been reading on variou ssites, the guys with the titles will drop their belts and be gone for 30 days (and Masters will most likely get 60) and Johnny Nitro will stay on tv bu tnot get paid. It was much like how Orton was treated when he failed the tests.

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    lightning_kf

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    telvisnostic wrote:
    lightning_kf wrote:
    So the walking, talking steroid bottle Batista was on the list. Well that's good to hear. He was long overdue anyways.

    Now let's see. How is the WWE going to handle this situation now? Besides, Sylent has stated countless times that with the amount of bumps they take during this tedious workload, they'd have to take them so they could heal quicker. I wouldn't set it pass certain guys who do so.

    From what i've been reading on variou ssites, the guys with the titles will drop their belts and be gone for 30 days (and Masters will most likely get 60) and Johnny Nitro will stay on tv bu tnot get paid. It was much like how Orton was treated when he failed the tests.

    I still don't get why they would put Edge on that list. He doesn't abuse them...........hopefully. He only took them for his neck.

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    telvisnostic

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    lightning_kf wrote:
    telvisnostic wrote:
    lightning_kf wrote:
    So the walking, talking steroid bottle Batista was on the list. Well that's good to hear. He was long overdue anyways.

    Now let's see. How is the WWE going to handle this situation now? Besides, Sylent has stated countless times that with the amount of bumps they take during this tedious workload, they'd have to take them so they could heal quicker. I wouldn't set it pass certain guys who do so.

    From what i've been reading on various sites, the guys with the titles will drop their belts and be gone for 30 days (and Masters will most likely get 60) and Johnny Nitro will stay on tv bu tnot get paid. It was much like how Orton was treated when he failed the tests.
    I still don't get why they would put Edge on that list. He doesn't abuse them...........hopefully. He only took them for his neck.
    Funaki probab;y did it for that reason too. It helpsyou heal faster but you muscles weaken from what i'm told.

    Orton had a bad shoulder and could have used it for that too.

    There is a list with what each dude took though. So that way you'd know what they used them for.

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    telvisnostic

    [18]Sep 1, 2007
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    The list with what each dude ordered and took:

    WRESTLERSDRUGS RECEIVED RECEIVED

    Mr Kennedy Anastrozole, Somatropin, Testosterone FEB 2007

    Chris Benoit Anastrozole, Nandrolone FEB 2006

    Eddie Guerrero Anastrozole, Nandrolone, Testosterone OCT 2005

    Chavo Guerrero Anastrozole, Nandrolone, Somatropin MAY 2006

    Gregory Helms Genotropin, Nandralone, Testosterone FEB 2007

    Randy Orton Nandrolone, Somatropin, Stanazolol FEB 2007

    John Morrison Anastrozole, HCG, Somatropin, Stanazolol, Testosterone FEB 2007

    FunakiSomatropinMAR 2006

    Brian Adams Nandrolone, Somatropin, Testosterone DEC 2006

    Charlie Haas Anstrozole, HCG, Nandrolone, Somatropin, Stanazolol JAN 2007

    UmagaSomatropin DEC 2006

    William Regal Anastrozole, Genotropin, Somatropin, Stanozolol NOV 2006

    EdgeGenotropin, Somatropin, Stanazolol FEB 2007

    Sylvan Grenier Genotropin, Nandrolone, Somatropin, Stanazolol JUL 2006

    * Sylvan Grenier was released by the WWE a few weeks ago.

    * Brian Adams was not a WWE employee when he passed away this month.

    www.wrestlingrevealed.com

    Edited on 08/31/2007 11:22pm
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    eater11

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    Damm this might mean that orton wont beat cena for the title.
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    Randyspeeps

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    eater11 wrote:
    Damm this might mean that orton wont beat cena for the title.

    Yup thats exactly what that means, Everytime something is suppose to go good for Orton he screws himself over!!!

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