View Full Version : Brock is addicted to pain killers


Virgil Caine
07-02-2010, 02:12 PM
I'm watching the countdown and he talks about his illness. He talks about quitting painkillers and the withdrawals he experienced. I wouldn't be surprised in the least if it was his painkiller addiction which led to the illness.

He is also from pro wrestling and steroids and painkillers go hand in hand with pro wrestling.

I'm not even trying to slander, I'm just pointing out the obvious here. They seemed to try to play it off like Brock was talking about coming off of the painkillers that he used due to his illness, but I really don't think this was the case.

American_Ninja
07-02-2010, 02:38 PM
Damn Carwin nuthugger, he was on pain killers for his stomach.
He quit taking them, cold turkey. I'll be so glad when this fight is over.
After Brock beats the crap out of Carwin, there is only one real threat
left out there. JDS.

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Virgil Caine
07-02-2010, 02:55 PM
Damn Carwin nuthugger, he was on pain killers for his stomach.
He quit taking them, cold turkey. I'll be so glad when this fight is over.
After Brock beats the crap out of Carwin, there is only one real threat
left out there. JDS.

***12354;***12394;***12383;***12398;***12513;***12540;***12523;***12398;***12509;***12452;***12531;***12488;***12434;***22833;***12358;***12392;***12375;***12390;***12356;***12427;***12290;
This is nonsense. As I said in my post, they tried to play it off like this, but I don't even think this is what Brock was saying.

I'm just pointing **** out. It was quite obvious for anyone with a brain.

I don't give a ****, just saying. Such things do way on considerations about athletes. And pro wrestlers are absolutely notorious for painkillers as well as roids. And painkillers do make people much more prone for illness to the gut, obviously. I think the roids and painkillers did him in, as well as other things, including diet perhaps. I'm glad he recovered and hopefully he's cleaned up his act.

Virgil Caine
07-02-2010, 02:56 PM
By the way, what translator did you use? The sentence is a little strange.

American_Ninja
07-02-2010, 02:59 PM
By the way, what translator did you use? The sentence is a little strange.

It should say, you are going to lose your E points.

Nick Fury
07-02-2010, 03:00 PM
Damn Carwin nuthugger, he was on pain killers for his stomach.
He quit taking them, cold turkey. I'll be so glad when this fight is over.
After Brock beats the crap out of Carwin, there is only one real threat
left out there. JDS.

***12354;***12394;***12383;***12398;***12513;***12540;***12523;***12398;***12509;***12452;***12531;***12488;***12434;***22833;***12358;***12392;***12375;***12390;***12356;***12427;***12290;

He was on painkillers before his illness. When he was in the WWE he was wrestling with a blown knee and 3 broken ribs, but he had to keep on fighting since he was the HW champ. He said on ESPN that he doesn't remember two years of his life because he was addicted to painkillers and vodka. Ill post the vid if I find it.

American_Ninja
07-02-2010, 03:04 PM
He was on painkillers before his illness. When he was in the WWE he was wrestling with a blown knee and 3 broken ribs, but he had to keep on fighting since he was the HW champ. He said on ESPN that he doesn't remember two years of his life because he was addicted to painkillers and vodka. Ill post the vid if I find it.


Im sure that was an exaggeration on his part, but it's possible.

Virgil Caine
07-02-2010, 03:17 PM
It should say, you are going to lose your E points.

I see. It says something a bit different. I fear the wrath of Tengoshi if I try to translate it, but it says email points for one thing, and the phrase at the end of the sentence about "losing" my email points is also a bit strange.

Nick Fury
07-02-2010, 03:17 PM
Im sure that was an exaggeration on his part, but it's possible.

An obvious exaggeration, but I just wanted to prove that you were wrong.

F l i c k e r
07-02-2010, 09:24 PM
Was. He "was" addicted to pain killers. Back in the WWE he was addicted to pain killers. Then he broke the habit. Then he got the illness, was given pain killers perscribed. Then had to break the habit again.

Brock didn't do roids. You can look at the dudes pictures back into high school and he was always a huge guy. Look at him in college, he was a huge guy. Then the WWE only made him bigger because most guys just power lift, get bodybuilder status. Search "John Morrison's workout" to see what I mean.

This is a man who entertained people by lifting 250+ lb men on his shoulders and toss them around like kids. John Cena is 260lbs, 6' +. Brock lifted dudes like that for years, tossing them around week in and week out. It's no surprise he is bossing around guys like Frank Mir who can't compare to him in strength, size, or athleticism on their best day.

Brock is a clean dude. Old pain killer addict but roids? No.

Jack3d
07-02-2010, 10:28 PM
Regardless of who wins this fight, Cain Valasquez will smash either one of them.

Nick Fury
07-02-2010, 11:10 PM
Regardless of who wins this fight, Cain Valasquez will smash either one of them.

I agreeeee, Cain ftw!

Virgil Caine
07-02-2010, 11:36 PM
Was. He "was" addicted to pain killers. Back in the WWE he was addicted to pain killers. Then he broke the habit. Then he got the illness, was given pain killers perscribed. Then had to break the habit again.

Brock didn't do roids. You can look at the dudes pictures back into high school and he was always a huge guy. Look at him in college, he was a huge guy. Then the WWE only made him bigger because most guys just power lift, get bodybuilder status. Search "John Morrison's workout" to see what I mean.

This is a man who entertained people by lifting 250+ lb men on his shoulders and toss them around like kids. John Cena is 260lbs, 6' +. Brock lifted dudes like that for years, tossing them around week in and week out. It's no surprise he is bossing around guys like Frank Mir who can't compare to him in strength, size, or athleticism on their best day.

Brock is a clean dude. Old pain killer addict but roids? No.

I frankly don't believe a word of this. Never did roids? That's a bit of a dubious statement imo. It's well known that he did growth hormone, being that he was arrested with it.

And if he was addicted, then he still is addicted, particularly if he had severe withdrawals and had to "quit cold turkey." You don't know any of what you said to be true, regardless. You're just spouting off with **** based on guesswork.

Nick Fury
07-02-2010, 11:41 PM
I frankly don't believe a word of this. Never did roids? That's a bit of a dubious statement imo. It's well known that he did growth hormone, being that he was arrested with it.

And if he was addicted, then he still is addicted, particularly if he had severe withdrawals and had to "quit cold turkey." You don't know any of what you said to be true, regardless. You're just spouting off with **** based on guesswork.

Definitely.

Dude was addicted to pain killers in the WWE, "stopped cold turkey." Got sick and got addicted once more, "stopped cold turkey." This guy is something else let me tell you...

pacmanis1
07-04-2010, 02:33 AM
I'm not going to be some nuthugger and I'll take the devils advocate position. Let's say he did painkillers all the time while he was in WWE. That doesn't change the fact that he'll test positive or negative in the UFC for them. If anything this should just mean it's all the more amazing he took the shots he did tonight because he's not on them now. I wont lie, I'm wouldn't deny his past use may have led to his health problems, but if he didn't test for it tonight what does it matter? Hell for all I care he can walk backstage and have morphine plugged into his arm right now, as long as he was clean for the fight. Also for steroids check his college pics, he's just a simple boy who grew up on a farm and was GENETICALLY GIFTED. I'm sorry but the mans a freak, and also he doesn't even have a body builder look. And as for being arrested for roids he was cleared of that.

Virgil Caine
07-04-2010, 02:46 AM
I'm not going to be some nuthugger and I'll take the devils advocate position. Let's say he did painkillers all the time while he was in WWE. That doesn't change the fact that he'll test positive or negative in the UFC for them. If anything this should just mean it's all the more amazing he took the shots he did tonight because he's not on them now. I wont lie, I'm wouldn't deny his past use may have led to his health problems, but if he didn't test for it tonight what does it matter? Hell for all I care he can walk backstage and have morphine plugged into his arm right now, as long as he was clean for the fight. Also for steroids check his college pics, he's just a simple boy who grew up on a farm and was GENETICALLY GIFTED. I'm sorry but the mans a freak, and also he doesn't even have a body builder look. And as for being arrested for roids he was cleared of that.

That wasn't my point, it was an observation from watching a video. I don't consider pain killers to be performance enhancers, quite the opposite actually (unless you're having xylocaine injected into your hands or something ala Floyd Mayweather Jr.). If a fighter fights on painkillers I think it would more likely than not negatively affect their performance. Roids on the otherhand, I'm a lot more skeptical about. And Brock has been very clearly linked to growth hormone, which is basically in the same ballpark, and if he was doing HGH for the WWE, why not roids as well? For my two cents, he was most likely on roids. As for right now, who's to know.

pacmanis1
07-04-2010, 03:22 AM
That wasn't my point, it was an observation from watching a video. I don't consider pain killers to be performance enhancers, quite the opposite actually (unless you're having xylocaine injected into your hands or something ala Floyd Mayweather Jr.). If a fighter fights on painkillers I think it would more likely than not negatively affect their performance. Roids on the otherhand, I'm a lot more skeptical about. And Brock has been very clearly linked to growth hormone, which is basically in the same ballpark, and if he was doing HGH for the WWE, why not roids as well? For my two cents, he was most likely on roids. As for right now, who's to know.

Well I like you because you mentioned xylocaine, but please help remeind me when Brock was convicted of steroids or HGH? He was never convicted. Honestly I'll make a thread about how great you are if you can prove me wrong. Whether or not he did it during the WWE is up for question(which I don't believe he did, he's just a freak.), but honestly I don't think Brock has ever taken anything to help his performance. Google Overeem steroids and Brock steroids and tell me what you think.

Virgil Caine
07-04-2010, 03:51 AM
Well I like you because you mentioned xylocaine, but please help remeind me when Brock was convicted of steroids or HGH? He was never convicted. Honestly I'll make a thread about how great you are if you can prove me wrong. Whether or not he did it during the WWE is up for question(which I don't believe he did, he's just a freak.), but honestly I don't think Brock has ever taken anything to help his performance. Google Overeem steroids and Brock steroids and tell me what you think.

He was arrested with a large parcel of what were thought were steroids. The charges were dropped when it was determined to be growth hormone. I don't know about the legality of growth hormone, then or now, etc.

http://i.cdn.turner.com/trutv/thesmokinggun.com/graphics/packageart/mugshots/lesnarmug1.jpg

(I would ignore the remarks of the defense attorney about the "vitamin like thing," just remember that it is essentially the guys job to distort the facts on behalf of his client).

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/mugshots/lesnarmug1.html
Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment champion, was once arrested for illegally possessing steroids, though the felony charge against the 26-year-old athlete was dismissed four months after his January 2001 arrest. Lesnar, pictured in the below mug shot, was popped by Louisville Division of Police detectives after receiving and opening a parcel that cops said contained a "large amount of steroids." Lesnar, a 295-pound former college wrestling champ, was in Kentucky training at a WWE facility. Hit with a trafficking in controlled substances charge, Lesnar was exonerated when tests showed that the seized pills were not, in fact, steroids. While a Louisville detective told TSG that the material was some kind of growth hormone, Lesnar's defense attorney, Scott Cox, characterized the confiscated pills as a "vitamin type of thing." According to Cox, officers seemed "very apologetic" when lab results cleared Lesnar. It is unclear how investigators concluded that the parcel sent to Lesnar may have contained illicit substances.

Virgil Caine
07-04-2010, 03:53 AM
^^

Not definitive, but pretty suspicious at the very least.

F l i c k e r
07-04-2010, 03:59 AM
I frankly don't believe a word of this. Never did roids? That's a bit of a dubious statement imo. It's well known that he did growth hormone, being that he was arrested with it.

And if he was addicted, then he still is addicted, particularly if he had severe withdrawals and had to "quit cold turkey." You don't know any of what you said to be true, regardless. You're just spouting off with **** based on guesswork.


I'm not gonna get into a flame fest with you. I know you think I am on some UFC fanboy **** but it's all good. I am comfortable with myself, I like some fighters, and I can care less for others. I don't perfer any organization over any other.

I guess we can speculate that he did steroids but there is no concrete evidence that he ever has. Never failed a drug test, never refused one either.

So, we can choose to believe different things. I do know he was addicted to pain killers and got off them, reason why he left the wwe. He then got back on them and quit once again. He hasn't failed a drug test, so there is no telling if he is still a pain killer addict or not. If he doesn't fail the post fight drug test for Carwin well then, all is good in Brock land.

I know you don't like Brock. Well, it's pretty obvious you don't. But don't let hate cloud your eyes. Well, who am I to talk. I don't like Diego Sanchez or Joe Stevenson for ****. So whatever, hate till your heart can't take it anymore.

CiganoBoxer
07-04-2010, 04:10 AM
Nodogoshi :nonono:

Virgil Caine
07-04-2010, 12:17 PM
Nodogoshi :nonono:
It's funny how your following me around *****ing about my comments. Here's in idea, don't worry about me so much. I'll say whatever the hell I want. I have my reasons, it's not as though I'm merely spouting off with baseless lies.