Why is it so bad for an aging fighter, and when I say aging I'm just talking about a fighter turning 40, why are we crushing them for taking a drug that allows them to compete? These guys are being forced to retire before they hit 45, and unless they banked that money and invested wisely, they might not be doing so hot financially by the time they hit everyone else's retirement age at 65 or so.. Does a 40 year old taking steroids give an advantage over a 30 year old opponent who doesn't take them? I would love to see some of these fighters closing in on 40 years old still compete, but as in any sport, you pretty much have to hang it up before hitting 45. I know professionals in my business who make 6 figures still need to work until at least 55 years old or more. Anyway, just wondering if you thought the same way, or think that steroids are enough of a cheat to make an unfair fight.