Lashley Says No More Steroids In Wrestling, Vince/Hollywood, Flair

Matt Boone

Credit: PWInsider.com

As a bit of "this day in history", this day (March 14th) of last year, Vince McMahon received his star on the "Hollywood Walk of Fame."

Bobby Lashley recently spoke out on the steroid in wrestling issue, in an interview with FanHouse.com. Lashley was asked how preveland performance-enhancing drugs are in pro wrestling, to which Lashley responded: "I don’t think there’s any [steroid usage] now. They have a really, really, really strict testing policy in the WWE. I know that for a fact. So I know that there is no one who is really on anything now. I think in the past there were some, but — and also, in professional wrestling it’s not "performance-enhancing." You’re not enhancing your performance. You’re getting bigger and stronger, but it’s not like that makes you win in wrestling. I think there used to be more wrestlers on something than there are now, but it’s not like everyone was on something in professional wrestling. Not at all."

HardcoreFans.com have a new piece up today about Ric Flair being named an "Honorary Race Director" at the 25th NASCAR Spring All-Star Race. Check out the interview at HardcoreFans.com.

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