In truth, anabolic steroids can in fact be held accountable for certain amount of criminal activity, especially if the act involves violence. When you boost the testosterone levels in your body through artificaial means you are not allowing your body to produce its own testosterone. In this case, the hormonal imbalance can cause unnecessary aggression. Sometimes this roid rage is important because it helps increase the competitive spirit in the user; however, it can have certain side effects such as prolonged rage even after the competitive environment ceases to exist . There can also be some amount of depression as the body recuperates.
For all the heat Teddy gets backstage, though, wrestling aficionados can't get enough of him and have cut together popular YouTube reels dedicated to his crowd-pleasing dives, rope-work and strength. Not many wrestlers can toss, flip and pile-drive an opponent in one gesture. Fewer wrestlers would trust another to even try. Headlocks and sluggish "Killer Kowalski" maneuvers bore Teddy, making him all the more appealing to a generation of fans demanding believability. "I meet wrestlers who can't bear to be in the same room as Ted," says filmmaker Spenrath, who's followed the troubled wrestler since 2013. "But when I ask, 'Would you wrestle him?' They say, 'Oh, God, yeah, absolutely.'"
WWE officials met with prosecutors from the Albany County, New York, District Attorney’s office in August 2007 regarding information that several contracted performers were revealed to be customers of Signature Pharmacy, a Florida-based internet drug retailer accused of running a nationwide illegal steroid ring. At the end of the month, WWE officials had suspended 12 wrestlers: Charlie Haas, Chavo Guerrero, Chris Masters, Edge, Funaki, Gregory Helms, John Morrison, King Booker, Mr. Kennedy, Snitsky , Umaga and William Regal .