shouldn't all fighters be encouraged to use them? The Case of Cody Garbrandt: Cody Garbrandt breaks his back training for Killashaw. He does some surgery, and it doesn't work. So, the UFC had to fly him to Germany to get some experimental treatment that probably cost them an arm and a leg. Not only that, but they had to pay the bill for Cody's rehab. On top of that, the UFC lost a ton of money promoting and preparing for a fight that never took place Turinabol is only U$1/Tablet, and you will be more resistant to injury, have faster healing and recovery, and you can train 24/7 with no issues. The Case Of Cain Velasquez: Somebody just made a thread saying that his surgery didn't work. If he had taken Turinabol, would he have needed surgery? So, Anti-PEDs fanatics, explain to me why a steroid that costs like U$1/Tablet should not be allowed if it (1) keeps the fighters healthy (2) saves the promotion healthcare costs (3) saves the promotion from cancelled bouts (4) saves the fighters from invasive surgeries that may or may not work, and indefinitely shelve their careers. Where is the logic on relying on relatively more expensive treatments and rehabilitation, when you can just take a pill that sells at U$1/tablet and avoid injuries, heal and recover faster, perform better, and save money on future health care costs and lost revenue for missing fights? Explain yourselves.