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 Backstage Belief On What Led To Regal's Suspension, Another Major ONS Injury

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PostSubject: Backstage Belief On What Led To Regal's Suspension, Another Major ONS Injury   Tue Jun 03, 2008 2:06 am

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-- It is well known that William Regal has had problems with recreational drugs in the past; ultimately losing his job two times over it (early 1998 from WCW and April 1999 from WWE), as well as a stint in rehab (early 1999). However, he has long since claimed to be clean. No one has said anything on Regal struggling to maintain his sobriety, so that the theory of him failing a drug test due to recreational drugs appears to be out.

Regal has been telling people that believes he took an illegal supplement by mistake, which led to his drug failure. However, a number of people are skeptical of that, mostly because so many athletes have used that excuse in the past and its rarely believed. While it may not necessarily be true, the belief backstage among a few people in WWE is that Regal started taking steroids again somewhat recently due to his renewed push after winning the King of the Ring tournament. Considering that he was being pushed as an active wrestler and not just a suited-up authority figure, the feeling is that he needed to get back on the gas to look his absolute best.

Obviously, Regal doesn't have the chiseled bodybuilder look that many people associate with steroid use, but he didn't have that look when he was nabbed for buying steroids online last August either. According to Sports Illustrated, Regal purchased a variety of performance enhancing drugs including stanozolol, somatropin, genotropin and anastrozole between November 2004 and November 2006 through Signature Pharmacy, an alleged illegal internet drug distribution network.

-- Lost in all this Orton injury news is news concerning a brutal gash Big Show suffered in his Singapore Cane match last night. Big Show hit his head hard on the steel steps during the match and was busted open hardway. The gash was really deep and he had to have stitches put in backstage.

-- There was no dark match prior to last night's One Night Stand pay-per-view.

-- A clip of San Diego Chargers player Shawne Merriman caning Chavo Guerrero at One Night Stand aired on last night's SportsCenter.
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PostSubject: Re: Backstage Belief On What Led To Regal's Suspension, Another Major ONS Injury   Tue Jun 03, 2008 9:23 pm

Most of the time when a wrestler bleed, you cant see the cut, but in Big Show's case it was evident as we could see that cut on the side of his head. The cut was close from on of his eyes. And he's lucky as well to not sustaining a concusion as well because his head realy smashed the steel steps realy hard.
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