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Former WWE star, Canadian-born Chris Benoit was a decorated star in the world of wrestling. Having won numerous titles Benoit was always a fan favourite due to his “unbelievable athleticism and wrestling ability." It may be controversial to add him to this list, specifically at the top, because there were more than just years of steroid use that contributed to Benoit murdering his wife and child, but the fact remains steroids played a role, as did his profession which encouraged him to take steroids in the first place. The primary reason many believe caused Benoit to murder his family is the fact that his brain was severely damaged due to years of concussions incurred while wrestling, which led to deep depression. There are also those who surmise the elevated testosterone on Benoit’s system for treatment being used to reverse years of steroid abuse was a primary factor in the ability to act aggressively enough to actually commit murder. No one is saying steroid use caused Benoit’s crimes; but no one is doubting steroids played a role.

Markus Rühl (born 22 February 1972, in Darmstadt , Germany ) is a retired IFBB professional bodybuilder . Rühl began training at the age of 18 following a doctor's recommendation after sustaining a knee injury while playing soccer. At 120 lb., Rühl began training hard six days a week until deciding to compete on a professional level five years later. During this period he worked as a used car salesman. Rühl signed a sponsorship deal with the famous brand Ultimate Nutrition in late 2008. He is close friends with Mr. Max "Bota" Sengotta. [1] He possessed some of the biggest shoulders in bodybuilding history, though controversy swirled around his allegedly obvious use of site enhancement oil in several areas including the biceps and deltoids in his final competitive years. [2] [3] [4]

Markus ruehl steroide

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