Originally Posted by M2
And as it turns out, an enlarged heart is exactly what got Guerrero.
Got to figure the Minneapolis coroner is running tox tests. If they find some sort of designer steroid in his system, and blown up as Eddie was it's hard to imagine they wouldn't, how does John McCain not drag the WWE in front of Congressional committees and demand the business clean itself up? Wrestlers openly flaunt their 'roids abuse, putting it on display for the world to see, and they play to a younger audience. Someone's got to rein them in.
Surprise, surprise. At the risk of sounding naive, it's possible he was using years ago and hasn't used for a while and the effects just manifested itself the other day. Kind of like how you can still get lung cancer or emphysema even though you haven't smoked for years. But Congress will not get involved in this because McMahon won't let them. He'll start a testing policy - if there isn't one already in place - that will keep Congress out of the WWE's hair. Problem is that wrestling isn't like baseball or football. If a baseball player or football player tests positive they are fined and/or suspended. They can't ply their trade elsewhere. If a WWE wrestler is fired he can always go work for another organization. It may not be on TV as much as WWE is - or at all for that matter - but it's still wrestling.