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    Default Ben Henderson will ‘kill' any opponent ‘mentally weak' enough to fight him on steroid

    UFC Quick Quote: Benson Henderson will ?kill' any opponent ?mentally weak' enough to fight him on steroids - MMAmania.com

    "My thing with the whole steroid thing and whatnot -- like I understand part of a competitors nature is to take whatever edge, whatever advantage you can get to be the best. To that I just say if I'm facing a person - it happened in college wrestling, sadly it shouldn't, but it happened in college wrestling people on steroids and whatnot. But if I know someone is mentally weak enough to take steroids, ‘Oh, I need the extra edge, I need to do this', and they know it's illegal, they know it's wrong and they do it. If you're so mentally weak that you have to take steroids, me five-rounds in the cage with you, I will destroy you. Cause you are mentally weak. So I'm all for it, if you want to take drugs go ahead and take drugs I don't really care but I'm going to whoop your butt because you are mentally weak and that's where you win fights in the mental stage. If you're weak enough to break down, I'm going to kill you."
    And if you want beef, then bring the ruckus

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    IMO, believing in an invisible guy in the sky who supposedly helps you win prizefights is a sign of mental weakness...
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    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    IMO, believing in an invisible guy in the sky who supposedly helps you win prizefights is a sign of mental weakness...
    Better watch yourself Hoss... some people dont like you to spit on their religion... It could get yourself killed

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    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    IMO, believing in an invisible guy in the sky who supposedly helps you win prizefights is a sign of mental weakness...
    Always found that amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    IMO, believing in an invisible guy in the sky who supposedly helps you win prizefights is a sign of mental weakness...
    Steroids for the mind lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    IMO, believing in an invisible guy in the sky who supposedly helps you win prizefights is a sign of mental weakness...
    IMO that has nothing to do with the topic at hand, ignorant post.

    wouldn't expect anything though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    IMO, believing in an invisible guy in the sky who supposedly helps you win prizefights is a sign of mental weakness...
    Well there are a lot of guys like that who become champions, so maybe you should re-look that.. as opposed to steroid uses who often lose a fight and then get caught.
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    Quote Originally Posted by initial_zen View Post
    Well there are a lot of guys like that who become champions, so maybe you should re-look that.. as opposed to steroid uses who often lose a fight and then get caught.
    Lots of athletes achieve amazing things on steroids. Lance Armstrong, Mark Mcgwire and so on. It's a lot harder to get away with in MMA, but if the testing was more lax I bet you would have champs abusing steroids all the time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by goodtimes View Post
    Lots of athletes achieve amazing things on steroids. Lance Armstrong, Mark Mcgwire and so on. It's a lot harder to get away with in MMA, but if the testing was more lax I bet you would have champs abusing steroids all the time.
    Actually it's a lot easier in MMA and that's why you hear about it less.

    This podcast should open your eyes, he is the guy who made the clear

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    Correlation =/= causation.

    I think it probably has more to do with the fact that countries like Brazil and the US have a larger percentage of theists.

    IMO that has nothing to do with the topic at hand, ignorant post.

    wouldn't expect anything though...
    It's been a year and a half. A year. And. A half.

    Let it go. I made fun of you for saying something stupid and you're still butthurt a year and a half later? Hell, even Rampage and I laugh about some of our past exchanges nowadays.

    Stop being so sensitive.
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