Skip to comments.Tiger Woods on Steroids?: You Be The Judge
Posted on 12/15/2009 6:01:25 PM PST by Frantzie
We thought the worst for Tiger was behind him, or, at the very least, that no closet was big enough to hold any more skeletons.
Looks like we were wrongremember, Tiger owns more than a few houses, and more than a few closets.
Behind door numberwhich one are we on now?is the revelation that the doctor who treated Woods after his knee injury has been indicted in a doping scandal by the FBI, and is accused of treating athletes with steroids.
(Excerpt) Read more at bleacherreport.com ...
Thanks for posting this.
I think that Woods is on steroids as well.
The latest articles on Woods connect him to a doctor that is notorious for blood doping, steroids and other illegal activities.
I believe you.
Doesn’t prove anything; he could have simply beefed up with a dedicated workout routine...it is worth investigating however.
He’s also pug fugly. He’s the black Howdy Doody.
Money works wonders for unattractive ass hats.
The doctor is connected to former linebacker Bill Romanowski who was a major steroid user.
He beat up another player and the guy went to the hospital and he sued Romanowski for $3.4 million.
In 2003, Romanowski attacked and injured one of his teammates, Marcus Williams, during a scrimmage. Williams, a backup tight end for the Oakland Raiders, was forced to retire after Romanowski confronted Williams after a play, ripped off his helmet, and crushed his eye socket with a punch. Williams sued for damages of $3.4 million, arguing that Romanowski had been suffering from “roid rage” when he attacked him. This argument was later rejected by the judge on the grounds that Williams could not prove that Romanowski had actually used steroids on the same day as the attack. Williams was awarded $340,000. Williams was quoted as saying he and his lawyers “just wanted to prove what was right and wrong about football”.
Yesterdays hero, todays sleez. How quickly things change.
Looks like the only one he did not pay for was the hapless, mentally simple (her sister said so) and not very attractive pancake waitress.
With all those women he’s been servicing, I thought “performance enhancing drugs” might mean something else.
The slideshow indicates he didn’t start bulking up until the last three years or so. He was still the world’s best golfer before then.
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Damn. You’re right. Technically, he even bought his wife. I’ve said it a hundred times, if he was a used car salesman and Elen worked at the local Dairy Queen she wouldn’t have given him the time of day. People used to give me hell when I said that...before this stuff broke.
Don’t steroids mess around with a guy’s twig and berries, and not in a good way?
Why the Hell would someone need steroids in golf?
I’m not sure Woods was juicing. Tiger was winning tournaments with inferior equipment. He is just a phenom.
Well, yeah, that’s what I thought. Question, though, is steroids agin the law for golfers? Just curious.
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