It's ironic that we're debating the guilt/innocence of a professional athlete (a fighter no less) with the nickname "Muscle Shark" who failed a test for performance-enhancing substances and has been known to perform ridiculous physical workouts and takes large amounts of "supplements" daily.
Maybe I'm just surprised when people say, "No way he did steroids. Have you seen how hard he works out?" or "He's too conscious of what he puts in his body to take steroids."
I can't be the only person here who knows someone who has admittedly taken steroids to enhance performance.
One doesn't get crazy ripped by just taking them and waking up the next day. There is still the necessary workout, and the steroids allow the athlete to work harder and do more and recover faster and heal more quickly. If Sherk's workouts weren't
so crazy I'd be more inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt.
However, I don't think there is any doubt and maybe he should just go find the real Juicer with The Juice himself; on the golf courses of America where the real killers are.