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Chris Masters: A Previously Released WWE Superstar Is Returning Why?

NEW YORK - APRIL 28:  Sherri Shepherd attends WWE SmackDown at Madison Square Garden on April 28, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by George Napolitano/Getty Images)
mason kitesContributor IJune 5, 2009

I was just reading another article about how fans here are so excited that Chris Masters is coming back. Well here goes my latest gripe, in any other sports if an athlete is caught repeatedly taking illegal substances, then he or she is banned for life from that sport.

Now, Masters has been caught repeatedly taking illegal substance, in fact I am sure the WWE knew he was taking roids when he joined, but hey this is WWE wrestling, the bigger the better.

Now I hear he is coming back. That's great then, the initial selling point of Masters was his physique. He didn't have talent. Now if they are bringing him back, he must be back to the initial roided physique.

Absolutely great, here is another example of WWE promoting and pardoning steroid usage. Of course fans are so excited, go on and support the roided superstars..

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